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# ðŸ“™ Astrophysical Applications of Gravitational Lensing: Proceedings of the 173rd Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, Held in Melbourne, Australia, 9â€“14 JULY, 1995 by Hans-Walter Rix (auth.), C. S. Kochanek, J. N. Hewitt (eds.) â€” free pdf

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EDWIN TURNER AND RACHEL WEBSTER Co-Chairs, Scientific Organizing Committee lAU Symposium 173, Astrophysical Applications of Gravitational Lenses, was held in Melbourne, Australia from July 9-14, 1995. The Symposium was sponsored by lAU Commissions 47 and 40. With the discovery by Walsh and collaborators of the first instance of a gravitational lens, the multiply imaged quasar 0957+561, the area of gravÂ itational lensing moved from speculative theory to a major astrophysical tool. Since that time, there have been regular, approximately biennial inÂ ternational meetings both in Europe and in North America, which have specifically focussed on gravitational lensing. On this occasion, with the blessing of the lA U, the meeting was held at the University of Melbourne in Australia. It was the first international astronomical meeting to be held at the University of Melbourne, and hopeÂ fully has given the astronomical community some enthusiasm for trekking half-way round the globe to Australia to discuss their latest work.

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**International Astronomical Union / Union Astronomique Internationale 173** - Author:
**Hans-Walter Rix (auth.), C. S. Kochanek, J. N. Hewitt (eds.)** - Year:
**1996** - Publisher:
**Springer Netherlands** - Language:
**English** - ISBN:
**978-0-7923-3955-7,978-94-009-0221-3**

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One of the most spectacular predictions of Einstein's theory of general relativity is the occurrence of gravitational lenses in our galactic system.Nowadays the mastering of the mathematics together with the technology available to astronomer...

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Light observed from distant objects is found to be deflected by the gravitational field of massive objects near the line of sight - an effect predicted by Einstein in his first paper setting forth the general theory of relativity, and confirmed by Eddingt...

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