High-Energy Spectroscopic Astrophysics

High-Energy Spectroscopic Astrophysics
Springer; 1 edition | April 19, 2005 | ISBN-10: 3540405011 | 295 Pages | File type: PDF | 2.51 mb

After three decades of intense research in X-ray and gamma-ray astronomy, the time was ripe to summarize basic knowledge on X-ray and gamma-ray spectroscopy for interested students and researchers ready to become involved in new high-energy missions. This volume exposes both the scientific basics and modern methods of high-energy spectroscopic astrophysics. The emphasis is on physical principles and observing methods rather than a discussion of particular classes of high-energy objects, but many examples and new results are included in the three chapters as well.



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