GRATIS VERZENDING - GEEN MINIMALE AFNAME - VEILIG BETALEN - RUIME KEUZE - SCHERPE PRIJZEN

Dit product bevalt je? Geef het door!

Beschrijving

ASTRO-E was a Japanese X-ray astronomy satellite program built primarily by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). On 10 February 2000 at 01:30:00 UTC ASTRO-E launched on an M-V-4 rocket experienced a failure 42 seconds later, failed to achieve orbit and crashed with its payload into the ocean. Its replacement, ASTRO-EII, was launched on 10 July 2005 aboard an M-V-6 rocket, carrying high spectroscopic resolution, very wide energy band instruments for detecting signals ranging from soft X-rays up to gamma-rays (0.3 600 keV). High resolution spectroscopy and wide-band are essential factors to physically investigate high energy astronomical phenomena, such as black holes and supernovae. One such feature, the broad Iron K line, may be key to more direct imaging of black holes. The project was renamed Suzaku after its sucessful launch after the mythical Vermilion bird of the South.

Medewerkers

Uitgever Lambert M. Surhone

Uitgever Miriam T. Timpledon

Uitgever Susan F. Marseken

Productdetails

DUIN 3JRKORIVCJA

GTIN 9786131013850

Taal Engels

Pagina-aantallen 108

Product type Paperback

Suzaku (ASTRO- EII)

Lambert M. Surhone

€ 32,72

Verkoper Dodax EU

Bezorgdatum: tussen donderdag, 5. november en maandag, 9. november

Staat Nieuw

Incl. BTW - Gratis verzenden
1
In winkelmandje plaatsen In winkelmandje plaatsen
€ 32,72
Incl. BTW - Gratis verzenden