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Editor: B. Schutz
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This web site presents a series of fifteen 10-minute interviews with leading research scientists about black holes. The interviewer is a young person so that the discussions are at a…
  
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J. Haldenwang
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This web page explains current knowledge of the geometry of spacetime within a black hole to a reader with limited knowledge of general relativity. The author presents a review of…
  
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R. van der Marel; Publisher: Space Telescope Science Institute, Office of Public Outreach
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This is an interactive web site about black holes. The site allows the user to view computer simulations of finding and traveling to black holes while also providing information of…
  
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National Center for Supercomputing Applications
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This website is devoted to general information on gravity waves. This is part of an online expo from the National Center of Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois.…
300 Years of Gravitation  [ Book ]
  
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Editors: S. Hawking and W. Israel; Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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This text was written in commemoration of the 300th anniversary of Newton's Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica and provides numerous review papers written about gravity.…
  
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E. Taylor and J. Wheeler; Publisher: Addison-Wesley
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This text serves as an introduction to the more exotic aspects of general relativity, specifically black holes, while not overwhelming the student with mathematics more advanced than…
  
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S. Chandrasekhar; Publisher: Oxford University Press
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This is a text on mathematical descriptions of black holes, written by Nobel Prize winner S. Chandrasekhar, at at time when there was very little physical evidence of their…
  
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N. Glendenning; Publisher: Springer
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This is a graduate level textbook which explores the areas of astrophysics and cosmology where nuclear physics, particle physics and general relativity combine. Included is material…
  
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J. Hartle; Publisher: Addison-Wesley
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This text is an introductory textbook to general relativity at the upper undergraduate level using a 'physics first' approach. The simplest solutions of the Einstein equation are…
  
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S. Hawking and G. Ellis; Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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This text covers advanced, specialized material on general relativity. It includes topics such as differential geometry, exact solutions, causal structure, spacetime singularities,…
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