By Siegfried Böhme, Walter Fricke, Ulrich Güntzel-Lingner, Frieda Henn, Dietlinde Krahn, Ute Scheffer, Gert Zech
Astronomy and Astrophysics Abstracts, which has seemed in semi-annual volumes considering the fact that 1969, is de voted to the recording, summarizing and indexing of astronomical courses through the international. it's ready lower than the auspices of the foreign Astronomical Union (according to a solution followed on the 14th basic meeting in 1970). Astronomy and Astrophysics Abstracts goals to provide a entire documentation of Iiterature in all fields of astronomy and astrophysics. each attempt should be made to make sure that the typical time period among the date of receipt of the unique Iiterature and book of the abstracts won't exceed 8 months. This time period is as regards to that accomplished via per month abstracting journals, com pared to which our process of collecting abstracts for roughly six months bargains the good thing about higher comfort for the person. Valurne 7 comprises Iiterature released in 1972 and acquired sooner than August 15, 1972; a few older Iiter ature which was once got overdue and which isn't recorded in prior volumes is additionally incorporated.
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325 pp. Price Dfl. 75 respectively (1971). 143 The earth's age and geochronology. D. York, R. M. Farquhar. Pergamon, Oxford-New York. 8 + 178 pp. Price! - Review in Nature, Vol. 238, 53; 1972 (S. A. F. MurreII). 144 Physics of the earth and planets. Figures and inner structure. V. N. Zharkov, V. P. Trubitsyn, L. V. Samsonenko. Nauka, Moskva. 384 pp. Price I Rbl. 99 Kop. (1971). - Review in Referativ. Zhum. 51. 242 (1972). 145 Theory of gravitation and the evolution of stars. Ya. B. Zel'dovich, I.
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