Aurorae Their Characters and Spectra

Aurorae Their Characters and Spectra

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Publisher Vinra Publication All Physics books by Vinra Publication
Author: Vinra Publication
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Book Summary:
 
Encyclopedia of Physics of the Solar Corona An Introduction covers the physics of the solar corona. An aurora is a natural light display in the sky predominantly seen in the high latitude regions. Auroras are caused by charged particles, mainly electrons and protons, entering the atmosphere from above causing ionization and excitation of atmospheric constituents, and consequent optical emissions. Incident protons can also produce emissions as hydrogen atoms after gaining an electron from the atmosphere. The volume “Aurorae Their Characters and Spectra” is divided into seven chapters.

Audience Of this Book:

This book is Useful for Physics Students.
 
Table of Content:

Chapter 1 Imaging Spectroscopy for Extrasolar Planet
Detection

Chapter 2 Space Physics—Grand Challenges for the 21st Century

Chapter 3 Collisionless Magnetic Reconnection in Space Plasmas

Chapter 4 History of Two Fundamental Principles of Physics: Least Action and Conservation of Energy

Chapter 5 Experimental Study of Electric and Spectroscopic Characteristics of Electric Discharge

Chapter 6 Universe, Dark Energy, and Dark Matter

Chapter 7 To the Theory of Galaxies Rotation and the Hubble
Expansion in the Frame of Non-Local Physics