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Carroll's An Intro to Modern Astrophysics vs An Intro to Modern Stellar Astrophysics

  1. Jan 14, 2012 #1
    Hey everyone,

    I'm just wondering what the main difference is between Carroll and Ostlie's "An Intro to Modern Astrophysics" and "An Intro to Modern Stellar Astrophysics". I already have the former and have gone through a significant part of it. Does the latter contain any new information, or is it just a subset of the former?

    If there are any better texts out there, please let me know. I'm open to suggestions. The level doesn't really matter as long as its upper-undergraduate to graduate, or higher.
     
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