Deciphering the Universe through Spectroscopy. Reviews in Modern Astronomy

  • ID: 2180390
  • Book
  • 274 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This 22nd volume in the series contains 15 invited reviews and highlight contributions presented during the 2009 annual meeting of the Astronomical Society on the topic of "Deciphering the Universe through Spectroscopy".

Spectroscopy is a key method in modern astrophysical research throughout all wavelengths. Applications range from the measurements of magnetic fields on the surface of the Sun over detailed measurements of abundances in stellar atmospheres to the kinematics of the universe on its largest scales. Spectroscopic facilities are key utilities on space and ground based telescopes, and future observational landmarks such as ALMA and the E–ELT primarily focus on spectroscopic methods.
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1) Rolf–Peter Kudritzki: Dissecting Galaxies with Quantitative Spectroscopy of the Brightest Stars in the Universe –

Karl Schwarzschild Lecture 2009

2) Anna Frebel: Stellar Archaeology –

Exploring the Universe with Metal–Poor Stars –

Ludwig Biermann Award Lecture 2009

3) Sonja Schuh: Pulsations and Planets: The Asteroseismology–Extrasolar–Planet Connection –

Ludwig Biermann Award Lecture 2009

4) Klaus Wilhelm: Quantitative Solar Spectroscopy

Martin Haehnelt: Probing Dark Matter, Galaxies and the Expansion History of the Universe with Ly Alpha in Absorption and Emission

5) Rosie Wyse: Metallicity and Kinematical Clues to the Formation of the Local Group

6) Michael Wurm: Spectroscopy of Solar Neutrinos

7) Dainis Dravins: High–fidelity Spectroscopy at the Highest Resolutions

8) Jens Thomas: Schwarzschild Modelling of Elliptical Galaxies and their Black Holes

9) Holger Baumgardt: Hypervelocity Stars in the Galactic Halo

10) Roy van Boekel: Disks and Accretion in Orion′s suburbs (based on Data from VLT, CAHA, SDSS, 2MASS, and Spitzer).

11) H.–U. Käufl: "Good Vibrations" Rotational –

Vibrational Molecular Spectroscopy in Astronomy

12) Fabian Walter: Molecular Gas at High Redshift

Siegfried Röser et al.: Open Clusters and the Galactic Disk

13) Robert Schmidt: X–ray spectroscopy and Mass Analysis of Galaxy Clusters
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Regina v. Berlepsch studied Physics at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena. After finishing her studies, she worked as scientific assistant at the central institute for astrophysics (ZIAP) in Potsdam.

Since 1992, she is leading the scientific documentation center of the Astrophysical Institute in Potsdam (AIP).
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