The Universe: How Is It Observed Here and Now? Its Past and Possible Future

  • M. Taube

Abstract

We will attempt here to describe the Universe using the well-established language of physics.

Keywords

Nickel Phosphorus Magnesium Chromium Lithium 

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© Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Taube
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  1. 1.Institut Fédéral de Recherches en Matière de RéacteursEidgenössisches Institut für ReaktorforschungWürenlingenSwitzerland

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