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Section  the  Cosmology :
 > Introduction and History
 > Introduction to Quantum Astronomy
 > Theoretical Schemes and Pic.of the World
 > Classical Physics
 > The Description of Structure of the Space
 > Electromagnetism and Gravitation
 > Summary

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Illustrations  to  the  Section :

  Fig.1.1. The Topology of Solar System

  Fig.1.2. Toroidal Fields

  Fig.1.3. Electrostatic Attraction

  Fig.1.4. Screening of Fields

  Fig.1.5. Imperfect screening of the Field

  Fig.1.6. Gravitational Field

  Fig.1.7. Macroparticles in electric Field

  Fig.1.8. Elemental Charges in electric Field

  Fig.1.9. The Solar System as an Atom

  Fig.1.10. Fulleren and the Sun

  Fig.1.11. Supernova Star

  Fig.1.12. Acceleration of Macroparticles

  Fig.1.13. Spins of Particles

  Fig.1.14. The Birth of a Planet by Sun

  Fig.1.14a. Observer of Einstein

  Fig.1.15. Drop-shaped Earth

  Fig.1.16. Forms of gravit.and magnetic Fields of the Earth

  Fig.1.17. Velocities of Stars in Galaxy

  Fig.1.18. Metagalaxy

  Fig.1.19. The Birth of Galaxy

  Fig.1.20. The Birth of the Star

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