Institute of Astronomy

NEW BOOKS FOR JULY

Published on 01/07/2014 

These new books will be on display in the Hoyle Building Library Area during July.  You are welcome to have a look at them, but please don't take them away!  There is a clipboard underneath the display where you can reserve books and they will be delivered to you at the end of the month.

Selected correspondence of William Huggins / Editor: Barbara J. Becker  London: Pickering & Chatto, 2014  ISBN 9781848934153 2 Volumes  (3/HUG/B)

The Newton Papers: The strange & true Odyssey of Isaac Newton's manuscripts / Sarah Dry  Oxford University Press, 2014  ISBN 9780199951048  (3/NEW/D)

Universe, Tenth Edition / Roger A. Freedman et al.  New York: W.H. Freeman, 2014  ISBN 9781464124921  (8/FRE)

Nearest star: The surprising science of our Sun, Second Edition / Leon Golub & Jay M. Pasachoff  Cambridge University Press, 2014  ISBN 9781107052659  (70/GOL)

In search of the true universe: the tools, shaping and cost of cosmological thought / Martin Harwit  Cambridge University Press, 2013  ISBN 9781107044067  (136/HAR)

A general relativity workbook / Thomas A. Moore  Mill Valley, California: University Science Books, 2013  ISBN 9781891389825  (45/MOO)

Introduction to black hole astrophysics / Gustavo E. Romero & Gabriela S. Vila  Berlin: Springer, 2014  Lecture Notes in Physics 876  ISBN 9783642395956  (58/ROM)

Revealing the Heart of the Galaxy: The Milky Way and its Black Hole / Robert H. Sanders  Cambridge Universitry Press, 2014  ISBN 9781107039186  (126/SAN)

The formation of M33 as revealed by its star clusters / Izaskun San Roman  New York: Springer, 2013  Springer Theses  ISBN 9781461473268  (123/SAN)

A comet of the Enlightenment: Anders Johan Lexell's life and discoveries / Johan C.-E. Sten Cham: Springer, 2014  Vita Mathematica 17  ISBN 9783319006178  (3/LEX/S)

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