**Notes on Stellar Astrophysics**

by James N. Pierce

**Publisher**: Minnesota State University 2013**Number of pages**: 299

**Description**:

This book provides an introduction to the details of the structure, operation, and evolution of stars. It will be most useful to undergraduates in upper-level astronomy courses and graduate students taking Stellar Interiors or Stellar Atmospheres, as well as instructors of such courses.

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