References for Chandrasekhar Eddington


    Books:

  1. M Bartusiak, Black Hole: how an idea abandoned by Newtonians, hated by Einstein, and gambled on by Hawking became loved (Yale University Press, New Haven-London, 2015).
  2. A S Eddington, Relativity theory of protons and electrons (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1936).
  3. A I Miller, Empire of the Stars: Obsession, Friendship, and Betrayal in the Quest for Black Holes (Houghton Mufflin, Boston, 2005).
  4. K C Wali, Chandra: A biography of S Chandrasekhar (University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1991).
  5. K C Wali (ed.), S Chandrasekhar: The man behind the legend (Imperial College Press, London, 1997).

    Articles:

  6. S Chandrasekhar, The maximum mass of ideal white dwarfs, Astrophysical Journal 74 (1931), 81-82.
  7. S Chandrasekhar, The highly collapsed configurations of a stellar mass (Second Paper), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 95 (1935), 207-225.
  8. S Chandrasekhar, Stellar configurations with degenerate cores, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 95 (1935), 226-260.
  9. S Chandrasekhar, The highly collapsed configurations of a stellar mass, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 91 (1931), 456-466.
  10. S Chandrasekhar, Some Remarks on the State of Matter in the Interior of Stars. Mit 3 Abbildungen, Zeitschrift für Astrophysik 5 (1932), 321-327.
  11. R H Daltiz, Some recollections of S Chandrasekhar, in K C Wali (ed.), S Chandrasekhar: The man behind the legend (Imperial College Press, London, 1997), 142-155.
  12. P A M Dirac, R Peierls and M H L Pryce, On Lorentz invariance in the quantum theory, Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 38 (2) (1942), 193-200.
  13. A S Eddington, On 'relativistic degeneracy', Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 95 (1935), 146-206.
  14. A S Eddington, Constitution of the stars, The Scientific Monthly (November 1936), 385-395.
  15. F Dyson, Chandrasekhar's role in 20th-century science, Physics Today 63 (12) (2010), 44-48.
  16. G Gamow and M Schoenberg, Neutrino Theory of Stellar Collapse, Physical Review 59 (1941), 539-547.
  17. 17. F Hoyle, W A Fowler, G R Burbridge and E M Burbridge, On relativistic astrophysics, Astrophysics Journal 139 (1963), 909-928.
  18. W Israel, Dark Stars: the evolution of an idea, in S W Hawking and W Israel (eds.), 300 years of gravitation (Cambridge University Press, Great Britain, 1989), 199-276.
  19. H Kragh, On Arthur Eddington's Theory of Everything, Cornell University Library (2015).
    https://arxiv.org/abs/1510.04046
  20. P Ledoux, 'An introduction to the study of stellar structure' de S Chandrasekhar, Ciel et Terre 55 (1939), 412-415.
  21. A I Miller, S Chandrasekhar: the student who took on the world's top astrophysicist, The Guardian (19 October 2017).
  22. E A Milne, The analysis of stellar structure, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 91 (1930), 4-55.
  23. C Møller and S Chandrasekhar, Relativistic degeneracy, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 95 (1935), 673-676.
  24. J R Oppenheimer and H Snyder, On Continued Gravitational Contraction, Physical Review 56 (455) (1939), 455-459.
  25. R Peierls, Note on the derivation of the equation of state for a degenerate relativistic gas, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 96 (1936), 780-784.
  26. M Rotondo, On the concept of degenerate stars: the case of white dwarfs, Atti del XXXV Convegno annuale SISFA, Arezzo, 2015 (Pavia University Press, Pavia, 2016), 273-279.
  27. B Strömgren, Review: An Introduction to the Study of Stellar Structure, by S Chandrasekhar, Popular Astronomy 47 (1939), 287-289.
  28. K C Wali, Chandrasekhar vs Eddington an unanticipated confrontation, Physics Today 35 (10) (1982), 33-40.
  29. K C Wali, Chandra: A biographical portrait, Physics Today 63 (12) (2010), 38-43.
  30. S Weart, Interview of Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar on 17 May 1977, Niels Bohr Library, American Institute of Physics.