TITLE

XXVIII. THE GENESIS OF DOUBLE STARS

AUTHOR(S)
Seward, A. C.
PUB. DATE
January 1909
SOURCE
Darwin & Modern Science;1/1/1909, p359
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter XXVIII of the book "Darwin and Modern Science," by Albert Charles Seward is presented. The chapter explores on the concept and laws of stability governing the forms of celestial bodies and discusses various shapes undergone during the evolution process of the celestial bodies. It explains the law of stability as postulated by physicists, the movement of the celestial bodies, and consideration regarding stellar evolutions.
ACCESSION #
34340437

 

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