Stellar Structure and Evolution

@inproceedings{Kippenhahn1990StellarSA,
  title={Stellar Structure and Evolution},
  author={Rudolf Kippenhahn and Alfred Weigert and Achim Weiss},
  year={1990}
}
This book introduces the theory of the internal structure of stars and their evolution in time. It presents the basic physics of stellar interiors, methods for solving the underlying equations, and the most important results necessary for understanding the wide variety of stellar types and phenomena. The evolution of stars is discussed from their birth through normal evolution to possibly spectacular final stages. Chapters on stellar oscillations and rotation are included. 

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