Joseph N. Pelton, Firooz Allahdadi's Handbook of Cosmic Hazards and Planetary Defense PDF

By Joseph N. Pelton, Firooz Allahdadi

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ISBN-13: 9783319039510

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ISBN-13: 9783319039527

Covers in a accomplished type all facets of cosmic dangers and attainable thoughts for contending with those threats via a accomplished planetary protection technique. This guide brings jointly in one reference paintings a wealthy mix of data concerning the numerous kinds of cosmic threats which are posed to human civilization through asteroids, comets, bolides, meteors, sunlight flares and coronal mass ejections, cosmic radiation and different kinds of threats which are only in the near past commencing to be understood and studied, reminiscent of research of the “cracks” within the protecting guard supplied by way of the Van Allen belts and the geomagnetosphere, of matter-antimatter collisions, orbital particles and radiological or organic illness. a few parts which are addressed contain components approximately which there's a great deal of details that has been accumulated for lots of many years by way of a number of area missions run by way of many alternative area businesses, observatories and medical researchers. different components related to examine and reports that experience just recently gotten underway are mentioned via the various world’s most appropriate specialists in each one of those parts, who supply up to date and scientifically verifiable details. even though a lot of the paintings in those numerous parts were performed by way of house companies, an increasing diversity of labor is usually being conducted by way of observatories, by way of universities and different learn facilities, or even via inner most foundations businesses. the aim of this paintings is therefore several-fold: to incorporate the newest details and so much systematic study from all over the world in one reference paintings; to notice the place there are major gaps in wisdom the place new examine, spacecraft, observatories, or different projects are had to fill in severe lacking details; and to offer the very best information regarding preventative activities that would be taken opposed to cosmic threats and establish quite a few replacement innovations which are now less than means or deliberate to deal with those a variety of threats.

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Previously Potter was Vice Chairman, founder, and President of Esprit Telecom PLC, a pan-European competitive telecommunications services provider. C. Potter was also Vice Chairman of the founding Board of the European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ECTA). Potter is an Advisor to Odyssey Moon and Space IL and served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the International Space University. Potter is a member of the TED community. Martin Rees is an astrophysicist and cosmologist. He is currently the UK’s Astronomer Royal and was formerly Director of the Cambridge Institute of Astronomy.

Dr. Vladimir Kuznetsov is the Director of the Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radiowave Propagation, a part of the Russian Academy of Sciences known as IZMIRAN. This Institute is located in Moscow, Russia. Dr. Kuznetsov’s areas of expertise include space physics, solar-terrestrial physics, space research, and magnetohydrodynamics. Dr. Kuznetsov’s special field of study relates to solar flares and pre-flare activities of the Sun. Dr. Kuznetsov after defending his doctoral dissertation on “Some problems of the solar atmosphere and cosmic medium dynamics” joined the staff of IZMIRAN as a Research Scientist in 1981 where he has continued to serve for nearly 35 years.

Cutri, IPAC Deputy Executive Director, was the data processing lead scientist for the Two-Micron All Sky Survey (2MASS) project which involved about two dozen staff members from IPAC, for which he won the 2007 James Craig Watson Medal from the National Academy of Sciences. Maher Al Dayeh was born in Kefraya, Lebanon. Sc. in Atmospheric Physics and PhD in Space Physics from the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida. He then worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Space Science and Engineering Division at the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas, where he is currently a research scientist.

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