By Thanu Padmanabhan

ISBN-10: 9812566384

ISBN-13: 9789812566386

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This certain publication presents a transparent and lucid description of numerous elements of astrophysics and cosmology in a language comprehensible to a physicist or newbie in astrophysics. It provides the main subject matters in all branches of astrophysics and cosmology in an easy and concise language. The emphasis is on presently energetic study parts and interesting new frontiers instead of on extra pedantic issues. Many complex effects are brought with uncomplicated, novel derivations which increase the conceptual figuring out of the topic. The publication additionally comprises over 100 workouts to be able to support scholars of their self research. Undergraduate and graduate scholars in physics and astrophysics in addition to all physicists who're attracted to acquiring a brief seize of astrophysical techniques will locate this publication helpful.

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5 Exact solution with (l/r2) term: Solve the central force problem with the potential V = — (GMm/r) — (/3/r2) exactly and show that the bound orbits are of the form (1/r) = C\ + C2 cos[(l — [2(im/J2)Y/26] where C\,C2 are constants. Hence show that when the j3/r2 term is a small perturbation to the (l/r) potential, the orbit precesses at the rate given by Eq. 16).

2 Precession and tides So far we have treated all the bodies involved in the gravitational interactions as point particles. Let us next look at some "real life" effects that occur in solar system in which we have to recognize the fact that planets and satellites are deformable bodies of finite size and not structure-less point particles. To the lowest order of approximation, Earth can be treated as a flattened spheroid with the deviation from the spherical shape attributed, in large part, to the rotation.

E) What should be the speed with which an object should be launched to escape the gravitational force of the solar system? What if we want to escape the Milky Way galaxy? 5 Exact solution with (l/r2) term: Solve the central force problem with the potential V = — (GMm/r) — (/3/r2) exactly and show that the bound orbits are of the form (1/r) = C\ + C2 cos[(l — [2(im/J2)Y/26] where C\,C2 are constants. Hence show that when the j3/r2 term is a small perturbation to the (l/r) potential, the orbit precesses at the rate given by Eq.

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