The Internal Constitution of the Stars (Cambridge Science Classics) e-book
by Arthur S. Eddington
by Arthur S. Eddington (Author).
by Arthur S. ISBN-13: 978-0521337083. Features a preface by S. Chandrasekhar. Series: Cambridge Science Classics.
Series: Cambridge Science Classics. Book description Not only did Eddington effectively create the discipline of the structure, constitution. Recommend to librarian. The influence of the book is indicated by the remark by H. N. Russell in 1945: 'This volume has every claim to be regarded as a masterpiece of the first rank'.
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The influence of the book is indicated by the remark by H.
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Long out of print, this classic book investigates the experimental determination of one of the fundamental constants of astrophysics and its significance for astronmy. The Expanding Universe offers a unique sidelight on the history of ideas and Eddington's artistry; his evident enjoyment of writing and exposition shine through. Astrophysicists and historians of science will find that this reissue sheds fascinating light on one of Britain's greatest scientists. Sir William McCrea has supplied the Preface.
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Infobox Scientist name Arthur Eddington image width 247px caption Arthur Stanley Eddington birth date birth date18821228df y death date death date and age1944112218821228df y birth place Kendal, England death plac.
Arthur Stanley Eddington was born on 28 December 1882 in Kendal .
Arthur Stanley Eddington was born on 28 December 1882 in Kendal, northern England. His father, a Quaker schoolteacher, died of typhoid when Eddington was just two, and the family moved to Weston-super-Mare, where he was raised in relative poverty. Eddington's books and lectures were immensely popular with the public, largely because of his clear and entertaining exposition.
Arthur Eddington, in full Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington, (born December 28, 1882, Kendal, Westmorland .