Hubble s Universe

A gallery of the most significant photographs of space as taken by the Hubble telescope explains what Hubble's achievements can tell us about the universe, its origins, and its future.

Hubble s Universe

Author: Simon Goodwin

Publisher: Studio

ISBN:

Page: 127

View: 413

A gallery of the most significant photographs of space as taken by the Hubble telescope explains what Hubble's achievements can tell us about the universe, its origins, and its future. Astronomy Bk Club, Lib of Science Bk Club, & Natural Science Bk Club.

Hubble s Universe

"Building on the first edition, this book features 330 high resolution celestial portraits selected by bestselling astronomy writer Terence Dickinson, a four-page fold-out of the Andromeda Galaxy and an illuminating narrative that brings to ...

Hubble s Universe

Author: Terence Dickinson

Publisher: Firefly Books

ISBN: 9781770859975

Page: 332

View: 384

"Building on the first edition, this book features 330 high resolution celestial portraits selected by bestselling astronomy writer Terence Dickinson, a four-page fold-out of the Andromeda Galaxy and an illuminating narrative that brings to life Hubble's journey and the fascinating forces at work in the universe."--

Origins

Descriptions of photographs of deep space taken from satellites present a history of the birth of the universe, from the "big bang" to the formation of the planets Origins: Our Place in Hubble's Universe presents in stunning photographs ...

Origins

Author: John Gribbin

Publisher: Overlook Press

ISBN:

Page: 128

View: 217

Descriptions of photographs of deep space taken from satellites present a history of the birth of the universe, from the "big bang" to the formation of the planets

Hubble

While a number of books for the general public emphasise the technological accomplishments of this multi-billion dollar project or deal with the well-publicised flaw in the telescopes optics, this ground-breaking book concentrates on its ...

Hubble

Author: Daniel Fischer

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1461223903

Page: 175

View: 518

At last, a book presenting the fantastic achievements of the first five years of the Hubble Space Telescope observations! While a number of books for the general public emphasise the technological accomplishments of this multi-billion dollar project or deal with the well-publicised flaw in the telescopes optics, this ground-breaking book concentrates on its astronomical success. The authors use results and spectacular images from Hubble itself to illustrate a wide range of astronomical topics, from the great questions about the universe as a whole, to quasars and black holes, and from the life and death of stars to our planetary neighbours in the solar system. The book is rounded off with an overview of the plans for the future of this fascinating telescope. The text contains a large number of spectacular images, as well as self-contained portraits of astronomers and explanations of astronomical topics and instruments. Written in a lively style, this compendium serves as a testament to the significant role the Hubble has played in astronomical accomplishment and discovery over the past five years.

The Pervasive Hubble Expansion of the Universe

Namely, if aether exists its differential elements must recede from each other in
accord with Hubble's law of the recessional motions of the galaxies of the
universe. Light propagation in a Hubble expanding aether has never been
analyzed ...

The Pervasive Hubble Expansion of the Universe

Author: Leif Rongved

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1434991717

Page: 56

View: 628

Hubble and the Big Bang

HUBBLE'S UNIVERSE some 300,000 light - years across . This was 100 times
larger than had been previously figured . Shapley was convinced that the Milky
Way comprised the entire universe . He was one of the most vocal critics of the ...

Hubble and the Big Bang

Author: Paul Kupperberg

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 9781404203075

Page: 64

View: 644

Presents the life of the American astronomer, discussing his childhood and education, his discoveries about distant galaxies and the expansion of the universe, and his contribution to the big bang theory.

The Universe in a Mirror

An excellent contribution to the history of technology."--Robert P. Kirshner, author of The Extravagant Universe "Quite a story. I really liked this book.

The Universe in a Mirror

Author: Robert Zimmerman

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 0691146357

Page: 295

View: 761

A study of the Hubble Space Telescope and the scientists responsible for its accomplishments describes the heated battle between scientists and bureaucrats and the perseverance of astronauts to repair and maintain the telescope.

Hubble Deep Field

Cole, Michael D. Eye on the Universe: The Incredible Hubble Space Telescope.
Berkeley Heights, N.J.: Enslow Publishers, 2013. Dickinson, Terence. Hubble's
Universe: Greatest Discoveries and Latest Images. Buffalo, N.Y.: Firefly Books Ltd
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Hubble Deep Field

Author: Don Nardo

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 0756556430

Page: 64

View: 915

Photos from the Hubble Space Telescope of what was thought to be empty space may provide information on the history of the universe.

Edwin Hubble The Discoverer of the Big Bang Universe

believe that the red - shift is caused by the expansion of the universe . Ageing of
quanta would be different in different spectral ranges and would produce blurring
of the images of distant galaxies and other phenomena which are not observed ...

Edwin Hubble  The Discoverer of the Big Bang Universe

Author: Alexander S. Sharov

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521416177

Page: 187

View: 705

This book is the first complete account of the scientific life and work of Edwin Hubble, whose discoveries firmly established the United States as the leading nation in observational astronomy. One of the outstanding astronomers of the twentieth century, Hubble discovered the expansion of the Universe. He opened the world of galaxies for science when he showed that spiral nebulae beyond the Milky Way are galaxies extending to the limits of the Universe, and participating in a general expansion of the cosmos. The exploding Universe of Hubble, now termed the Big Bang, determined the origin of the elements, of galaxies and of the stars. The second part of the book describes the fundamental discoveries on the nature of the Universe made subsequently, and thus sets his achievements in context. Written by two prominent astronomers who have built on Hubble's work, this book is a classic of science, setting out the thrilling story of the exploding Universe.

The Origins of the Universe for Dummies

Expanding. Hubble's. vision. of. the. universe. For most astronomers, coming up
with one flash of inspiration during their professional lives would be enough, but
not Hubble. His most far-reaching discoveries were still to come. Hubble's ...

The Origins of the Universe for Dummies

Author: Stephen Pincock

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1119998190

Page: 348

View: 625

Do you want to learn about the physical origin of the Universe, but don’t have the rest of eternity to read up on it? Do you want to know what scientists know about where you and your planet came from, but without the science blinding you? ‘Course you do – and who better than For Dummies to tackle the biggest, strangest and most wonderful question there is! The Origins of the Universe For Dummies covers: Early ideas about our universe Modern cosmology Big Bang theory Dark matter and gravity Galaxies and solar systems Life on earth Finding life elsewhere The Universe’s forecast

The Farthest Things in the Universe

Indeed , from the rate the Universe is expanding ( as measured by Hubble's
constant , for example ) , we can figure out how fast the Universe would be
contracting , and when it would all be together at infinite density . Thus we can
calculate the ...

The Farthest Things in the Universe

Author: Jay M. Pasachoff

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521469319

Page: 104

View: 665

This book, first published in 1994, examines the excitement and challenge of studying the most distant and powerful objects.

The Hubble Space Telescope

This book shares what Hubble has taught us about the universe and explains its top discoveries.

The Hubble Space Telescope

Author: Terence Dickinson

Publisher: Firefly Books

ISBN: 9780228102335

Page: 80

View: 513

A beautifully illustrated, accessible beginner's guide to the Hubble Space Telescope. Acclaimed astronomer Terence Dickinson and his longtime editor Tracy C. Read team up to explore the starry treasures in our galaxy and beyond as revealed by the Hubble Space Telescope. Since Galileo pointed his telescope at the starry night in 1609 and discovered that the hazy patch above us was not a cloud but a "river" of uncountable stars -- the Milky Way, our home galaxy -- humans have been improving on ways to understand the cosmos. We've devised ever more powerful telescopes and placed them on mountaintops, far from the bright lights of cities. But the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope in 1990 was the first time we'd sent a telescope into space, beyond the distorting effects caused by looking through the Earth's atmosphere. Orbiting roughly 350 miles above Earth and circling the planet more than 5,000 times a year, Hubble has made over 1.3 million observations, revealing the vast scope of the expanding universe beyond our solar system. In The Hubble Space Telescope: Our Eye on the Universe, young readers find out how this groundbreaking telescope gathers imagery and transmits it to Earth. This book shares what Hubble has taught us about the universe and explains its top discoveries. Chapters filled with the telescope's latest photography offer insight into: stormy weather on our solar system's planets and moons and dramatic collisions in space star clusters, nebulas and the Milky Way Galaxy the Milky Way's galaxy neighbors massive black holes and dark matter planets beyond our solar system star nurseries and glimpses of distant galaxies in deep space.

Masters of the Universe

Interview conducted at Hubble's house on Woodstock Road, San Marino,
California, on 8 December 1951. Language: English. In 1942 I attained United
States citizenship, and the following year I was requested to join a development
project at ...

Masters of the Universe

Author: Helge Kragh

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0198722893

Page: 285

View: 577

Masters of the Universe tells the fascinating story of how our modern picture of the universe came into being. It uses an unusual format - a series of fictitious interviews with leading astronomers and physicists of the time, including giants such as Albert Einstein, Edwin Hubble, and George Gamow. The interviews are the product of the author's imagination, but are solidly based on historical facts and supplemented with careful annotations and referencesto the literature. By following the interviews the reader gets a lively and "almost authentic" impression of the problems that faced this early generation of cosmologists. They will learn not only about thebasic content of these new cosmological ideas, but also about their contexts and the times in which they were discussed.

The Creation of the Universe

Such “galactic counts” have been made by Hubble, who found, in contradiction to
the conclusions we reached in the previous section, that the space of the
universe is curving in, and very fast indeed. However, Hubble's result depends
entirely ...

The Creation of the Universe

Author: George Gamow

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486165485

Page: 160

View: 399

Lively and authoritative, this survey by a renowned physicist explains the formation of the galaxies and defines the concept of an ever-expanding universe in simple terms. 1961 edition. 40 figures.

Science and Religion Fifty Years After Vatican II

However, today a durationally infinite universe is no longer a common scientific
approach.20 This conclusion is based on the following data. Hubble's Law In our
universe, galaxies today are moving away from planet Earth at speeds ...

Science and Religion  Fifty Years After Vatican II

Author: Kenan B. Osborne

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1630872873

Page: 198

View: 708

In the past one hundred years, two major realities have changed both science and religion. The world of science has been enriched by quantum physics, the computation of the age of the universe, archaeological data in the Middle East, and a scientific stress on historical writing. The world of religion has been enriched by the establishment of the World Council of Churches and the Second Vatican Council. In the past fifty years, major scientists and major religious leaders have met together again and again. In the past fifty years, religious leaders from Christianity, Islam, and Judaism have held a number of thought-provoking conferences. In this volume, these gatherings are reviewed and evaluated. Two major religious problems have challenged the science-religion discussions, namely, which God should the scientists agree on, the Trinitarian God, Allah, or Yahweh? Which history of the universe sponsored by these three religions should scientists be looking for? This volume raises questions and suggests some preliminary forms of serious discussion.

Hubble Space Telescope

Details the initiation of the Hubble Space Telescope in April 1990 and the repair and servicing missions which followed; explains the telescope's role in answering questions about the universe.

Hubble Space Telescope

Author: Michael D. Cole

Publisher: Enslow Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 9780766011205

Page: 48

View: 836

Details the initiation of the Hubble Space Telescope in April 1990 and the repair and servicing missions which followed; explains the telescope's role in answering questions about the universe.

Chasing Hubble s Shadows

... of reporters before a wall-sized blowup of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field,
successor to the Hubble Deep Field as the deepest portrait of the universe ever
made. He is dapper in coat and tie, his eyes twinkling behind large gold-rimmed
glasses.

Chasing Hubble s Shadows

Author: Jeff Kanipe

Publisher: Hill and Wang

ISBN: 0374707227

Page: 224

View: 286

Chasing Hubble's Shadows is an account of the continuing efforts of astronomers to probe the outermost limits of the observable universe. The book derives its title from something the great American astronomer Edwin Hubble once wrote: "Eventually, we reach the dim boundary—the utmost limits of our telescopes. There, we measure shadows, and we search among ghostly errors of measurement for landmarks that are scarcely more substantial." The quest for Hubble's "shadows"—those unimaginably distant, wispy traces of stars and galaxies that formed within the first few hundred million years after the Big Bang—takes us back, in effect, to the beginning of time as we are able to perceive it, when the first discrete stellar objects appeared out of what has lately come to be known as the "cosmic dark age." The information that is being gleaned from these dim sources—chiefly with the aid of Hubble's namesake, the Hubble Space Telescope—promises to yield clues to many cosmic puzzles, including the nature of the mysterious "dark energy" that is now believed to pervade all of space.

Our Universe Infinite and Eternal

This data and the Hubble line fits to it are the reality to which we give our greatest
attention. Fit of the Infinite Closed Universe to Hubble Line In the 1970's,
Sandage plotted a series of Hubble diagrams using the brightest galaxy in a
galaxy ...

Our Universe Infinite and Eternal

Author: Barry Bruce

Publisher: Universal-Publishers

ISBN: 1612331602

Page: 268

View: 723

The field equations of Einstein's General Relativity are solved for an infinite universe with uniform density. One of the three solutions, the Infinite Universe of Einstein and Newton, fits all the data for the Hubble diagram better than the Big Bang. Next, using general relativity and the physics that evolved from Newton, the force of gravity between two massive point particles is found. Utilizing this force and the Infinite Universe of Einstein and Newton model, the net force of gravity on a point particle in arbitrary motion, due the uniform mass distribution of the universe, is calculated by integration. This net force of gravity is found to be equal to the Force of Inertia. These calculations explain Newton's First Law, Newton's Second Law, and the equivalence of inertial and gravitational mass. The middle of the book deals with the development of quantum mechanics. Here it is shown that hidden within the classical mechanics of particles there is the phase of a wave, associated with a particle, that moves at the speed of a de Broglie wave. The form of the phase of the wave is developed. Making use of the form of the phase, the Hamilton-Jacobi equation for a particle is setup to be solved using an integrating factor. The resulting equation is manipulated directly into the form of the Schrodinger equation. This development requires that the particle Hamilton-Jacobi equation has a solution whenever the Schrodinger equation has a solution and vice versa. The classical wave function is then shown to have exactly the same mathematical properties as the quantum mechanical wave function, including the fact that the absolute value squared of the classical wave function has the mathematical properties of a probability density. However, the interpretation that this is a probability density for the particle is shown not to hold. Lastly, the missing matter problem is resolved by showing that the dynamics and the mass of a spiral galaxy are better and more naturally explained by using ordinary physics with ordinary interacting matter than they are by postulating and using exotic weakly interacting dark matter.

The Realm of the Nebulae

Basing his theory on the observation of the change in distanct galaxies, called red shift, Hubble showed that this is a Doppler effect, or alteration in the wavelength of light, resulting from the rapid motion of celestial objects away from ...

The Realm of the Nebulae

Author: Edwin Powell Hubble

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300025002

Page: 207

View: 882

No modern astronomer made a more profound contribution to our understanding of the cosmos than did Edwin Hubble, who first conclusively demonstrated that the universe is expanding. Basing his theory on the observation of the change in distanct galaxies, called red shift, Hubble showed that this is a Doppler effect, or alteration in the wavelength of light, resulting from the rapid motion of celestial objects away from Earth. In 1935, Hubble described his principal observations and conclusions in the Silliman lectures at Yale University. These lectures were published the following year as "The Realm of the Nebulae," which quickly became a classic work.

The Universe

An improved Cepheid period-luminosity relationship accounts for much of the
dierence between the current estimate and Hubble's.) Within a few years of this
pathbreaking research, Hubble decided to tackle one of the outstanding puzzles
 ...

The Universe

Author: Erik Gregersen Associate Editor, Astronomy and Space Exploration

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 1615300260

Page: 224

View: 326

Outlines the history of astronomy, from the earliest conceptions of the universe to the Copernican revolution, profiles famous astronomers, and discusses recent contributions to the field.