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George Gamow, uno de los fundadores de la Astrofísica contemporánea, describe en esta obra tanto los procedimientos que se han utilizado para determinar las magnitudes físicas del Sol y los procesos que en él tienen lugar como las diversas teorías explicativas que se han formulado a lo largo de este siglo para comprender su naturaleza. Fenómenos como las manchas o la ...more
Hardcover, Biblioteca de Divulgación Científica Muy Interesante #40, 193 pages
Published 1993 by RBA Editores (first published 1964)
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Hemen Kalita
Aug 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It was my first ever science book written by a foreign writer. I still read it time to time. Even after 60+ years of publication this book is still relevant and educative. George Gamow was one of the best popular science writers.
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A monographic book over the sun his structure ,the magnetic structure of his spots,the nuclear processes in her core:the carbón cicle and the proton-proton chain,his life and death;also touchs other clases of stars,explains the Hertzsprung-Russel diagram and the Chandesakar limit;all in the great popularicing style of Gamow
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George Gamow (Russian pronunciation: [ˈɡaməf:]; March 4 [O.S. February 20:] 1904 – August 19, 1968), born Georgiy Antonovich Gamov (Георгий Антонович Гамов), was a theoretical physicist and cosmologist born in the Russian Empire. He discovered alpha decay via quantum tunneling and worked on radioactive decay of the atomic nucleus, star formation, stellar nucleosynthesis, big bang nucleosynthesis, ...more