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Exoplanets : detection, formation, properties, habitability / John W. Mason (editor)
Berlin ; New York : Springer ; Chichester, UK. : in association with Praxis Pub., c2008
book jacket
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 4th Floor  QB820 .E96 2008    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Extrasolar planets
Extrasolar planets -- Detection
Physical Description xx, 314 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Detection methods and properties of known exoplanets / Patrick G.J. Irwin -- Detection of exoplanet surveys: from single object to multiple objects / Jian Ge -- Detection of extrasolar planets by gravitational microlensing / David P. Bennett -- Formation and evolution of terrestrial planets in protoplanetary and debris disks / George H. Rieke -- The brown dwarf-exoplanet connection / I. Neille Reid, Stanimir A. Metchev -- Close-orbiting exoplanets: formation, migration mechanisms and properties / Hugh R.A. Jones, James S. Jenkins & John R. Barnes -- Dynamics of multiple planet systems / Rory Barnes -- Searching for exoplanets in the stellar graveyard / Steinn Sigurdsson -- Formation, dynamical evolution and habitability of planets in binary star systems / Nader Haghighipour -- Planetary environmental signatures for habitability and life / Victoria S. Meadows -- Moons of exoplanets: habitats for life? / Caleb A. Scharf
Series Springer-Praxis books in astronomy and planetary sciences
Alternate Author Mason, John (John W.)

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