The need for this book originally emerged during the Joint Discussion between the Galaxies and ISM IAU Divisions, organized for the XXVII IAU General Assembly of 2009 in Brazil; upon this occasion both observers and theorists in the field were brought together to identify important, but unsolved problems for further investigation, with special emphasis on the spectral and spatial properties of the hot ISM and the comparison with recent theoretical models. Throughout this Joint Discussion, it became clear that time was ripe for an extensive publication, covering a large amount of new important material, and acting as a useful reference for students who approach this field, as well as for experts in related fields.

Hot Interstellar Matter in Elliptical Galaxies

PELLEGRINI, SILVIA
2012

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The need for this book originally emerged during the Joint Discussion between the Galaxies and ISM IAU Divisions, organized for the XXVII IAU General Assembly of 2009 in Brazil; upon this occasion both observers and theorists in the field were brought together to identify important, but unsolved problems for further investigation, with special emphasis on the spectral and spatial properties of the hot ISM and the comparison with recent theoretical models. Throughout this Joint Discussion, it became clear that time was ripe for an extensive publication, covering a large amount of new important material, and acting as a useful reference for students who approach this field, as well as for experts in related fields.
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D.W. Kim; S. Pellegrini
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