Table of contents

  1. I. Appenzeller, R. Bender, H. Böhnhardt, S. Cristiani, M. Dietrich, K. Fricke et al.
    Pages 3-11
  2. Alan Moorwood
    Pages 12-19
  3. Max Pettini, Charles C. Steidel, Kurt L. Adelberger, Alice E. Shapley, Mark Dickinson, Mauro Giavalisco
    Pages 20-31
  4. George Miley
    Pages 32-42
  5. Bruno Leibundgut
    Pages 43-51
  6. Ralf Bender
    Pages 61-69
  7. Maria Antonietta Barucci
    Pages 70-77
  8. H. S. Stockman
    Pages 94-101
  9. Bernard Fort
    Pages 102-111
  10. S. A. Stanford
    Pages 115-120
  11. Ingo Lehmann, Günther Hasinger, Riccardo Giacconi, Jim E. Gunn, Maarten Schmidt, Don P. Schneider et al.
    Pages 121-125
  12. Magda Arnaboldi, Massimo Capaccioli, Holland Ford, Kenneth C. Freeman, Rolf Kudritzki, Ortwin Gerhard et al.
    Pages 126-130
  13. Tom Broadhurst, Evan Scannapieco
    Pages 138-142
  14. Stefano Borgani
    Pages 143-149
  15. J. J. Mohr, J. E. Carlstrom, G. P. Holder, W. L. Holzapfel, M. K. Joy, E. M. Leitch et al.
    Pages 150-156
  16. H. Böhringer, L. Guzzo, C. A. Collins, P. Schuecker, S. Schindler, W. Voges et al.
    Pages 157-163
  17. Immo Appenzeller, Reinhold Kneer, Franz-Josef Zickgraf, Joachim Krautter, Inge Thiering
    Pages 164-167

About these proceedings

Introduction

This symposium was dedicated to science opportunities with the VLT. All major areas of astronomical research were discussed in the plenary sessions, ranging from where we stand in cosmology to the new frontiers in the solar system. The workshops published in this volume focussed on different ways of finding clusters of galaxies at high redshift, on gravitational lensing by distant compact clusters, on the use of stellar populations as distance, age or abundance indicators, and on the extraordinary progress made in the discovery of extrasolar planets. This book affords a glimpse of what will be at the center of astrophysical research in the forthcoming decade. It is addressed to researchers and graduate students.

Keywords

Clusters of Galaxies Extrasolar Planets Gravitational Lensing astronomy cosmology extrasolar planet galaxy gravitation gravitational lens gravity planet Population Redshift solar system universe

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b75141
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 2000
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-67163-3
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-46517-1
  • Series Print ISSN 1431-2433
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-6143
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