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Series: Cambridge Astrophysics

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X-Ray Emission from Clusters of Galaxies (Cambridge Astrophysics) by Craig L. Sarazin
Globular Clusters by D. A. Hanes2
Low light level detectors in astronomy by M. J. Eccles3
Interacting Binary Stars by J. E. Pringle6
Spectroscopy of Astrophysical Plasmas by A. Dalgarno7
Quasar Astronomy (Cambridge Astrophysics) by Daniel W. Weedman10
High Speed Astronomical Photometry by Brian Warner13
The Physics of Solar Flares by Einar Tandberg-Hanssen14
Pulsar Astronomy by Andrew Lyne16
Plasma Loops in the Solar Corona by R. J. Bray18
The Observation and Analysis of Stellar Photospheres by David F. Gray20
Accretion Power in Astrophysics by Juhan Frank21
Solar and Stellar Activity Cycles by Peter R. Wilson24
X-Ray Binaries by Walter H. G. Lewin26
RR Lyrae Stars by Horace A. Smith27
Cataclysmic Variable Stars by Brian Warner28
Globular Cluster Systems by Keith M. Ashman30
The Origin and Evolution of Planetary Nebulae by Sun Kwok31
Solar and Stellar Magnetic Activity by C. J. Schrijver34
The Galaxies of the Local Group by Sidney van den Bergh35
Stellar Rotation by Jean-Louis Tassoul36
Extreme Ultraviolet Astronomy by Martin A. Barstow37
Compact Stellar X-Ray Sources by Walter H. G. Lewin39
Evolutionary Processes in Binary and Multiple Stars by Peter Eggleton40
The Physics of the Cosmic Microwave Background by Pavel D. Naselsky41
Molecular Collisions in the Interstellar Medium by David Flower42
Classical Novae by Michael F. Bode43
From Luminous Hot Stars to Starburst Galaxies by Peter S. Conti45
Sunspots and Starspots by John H. Thomas46
Accretion Processes in Star Formation by Lee Hartmann47
Physics and Chemistry of Circumstellar Dust Shells (Cambridge Astrophysics) by Hans-Peter Gail52
Active Galactic Nuclei by C. Hazardunk
Cosmological Physics by J. A. Peacockunk
An Introduction to Close Binary Stars by Ronald W. Hilditchunk
Understanding Variable Stars by John R. Percyunk

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