Astronomy

Astronomy Author Mark Antony Garlick
ISBN-10 155297958X
Release 2004
Pages 303
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An illustrated reference for amateur astronomers provides a survey of science's growing understanding of space, including some of the most recent photographs from observatories and sky maps and covering phenomenon such as distant stars, eclipses, and black holes.



The Physical Universe

The Physical Universe Author Frank H. Shu
ISBN-10 0935702059
Release 1982-01
Pages 584
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This is a truly astonishing book, invaluable for anyone with an interest in astronomy. Physics Bulletin Just the thing for a first year university science course. Nature This is a beautiful book in both concept and execution. Sky & Telescope



Astronomy

Astronomy Author Simon Newcomb
ISBN-10 UOM:39015063580156
Release 1890
Pages 366
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Astronomy has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Astronomy also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Astronomy book for free.



Astronomy for Entertainment

Astronomy for Entertainment Author Yakov Perelman
ISBN-10 9780898750560
Release 2000-04-01
Pages 200
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Astronomy is a fortunate science; it needs no embellishments, said the French savant Arago. So fascinating are its achievements that no special effort is needed to attract attention. Nonetheless, the science of the heavens is not only a collection of astonishing revelations and daring theories. Ordinary facts, things that happen, day by day, are its substance. Most laymen have, generally speaking, a rather hazy notion of this prosaic aspect of astronomy. They find it of little interest, for it is indeed hard to concentrate on what is always before the eye.Everyday happenings in the sky are the contents of this book, free from professional terminology with easy reading. Its purpose is to initiate the reader into the basic facts of astronomy. Ordinary facts with which you may be acquainted are couched here in unexpected paradoxes, or slanted from an odd and unexpected angle solely to excite the imagination and quicken your interest. The daily aspect of the science of the skies, its beginnings, not later findings that mainly form the contents of Astronomy for Entertainment. The purpose of the book is to initiate the reader into the basic facts of astronomy. Ordinary facts with which you may be acquainted are couched here in unexpected paradoxes, or slanted from an odd and unexpected angle. The theme is, as far as possible, free from "terminology" and technical paraphernalia that so often make the reader shy of books on astronomy.Books on popular science are often rebuked for not being sufficiently serious. In a way the rebuke is just, and support for it can be found (if one has in mind the exact natural sciences) in the tendency to avoid calculations in any shape or form. And yet the reader can really master his subject only by learning how to reckon, even though in a rudimentary fashion. True, he has taken care to present them in an easy form, well within the reach of all who have studied mathematics at school. It is his conviction that these exercises help not only retain the knowledge acquired; they are also a useful introduction to more serious reading.This book contains chapters relating to the Earth, the Moon, planets, stars and gravitation. The author has concentrated in the main on materials not usually discussed in works of this nature. Subjects omitted in the present book, will, he hopes, be treated in a second volume. The book, it should be said, makes no attempt to analyze in detail the rich content of modern astronomy.Unfortunately Y. Perelman never wrote the continuation he had planned for this book, as untimely death in war bound Leningrad in 1942 interrupted his labours.



Astronomy A Physical Perspective

Astronomy  A Physical Perspective Author Marc L. Kutner
ISBN-10 0521529271
Release 2003-07-31
Pages 582
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A comprehensive introduction to astronomical objects and phenomena, for undergraduate students.



Foundations of Astronomy

Foundations of Astronomy Author Michael Seeds
ISBN-10 9781133103769
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 672
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Fascinating, engaging, and extremely visual, Foundations of Astronomy Twelth Edition emphasizes the scientific method throughout as it guides students to answer two fundamental questions: What are we? And how do we know? Updated with the newest developments and latest discoveries in the exciting study of astronomy, authors Michael Seeds and Dana Backman discuss the interplay between evidence and hypothesis, while providing not only fact but also a conceptual framework for understanding the logic of science. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Sawai Jai Singh and His Astronomy

Sawai Jai Singh and His Astronomy Author Virendra Nath Sharma
ISBN-10 8120812565
Release 1995-01-01
Pages 347
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Sawai Jai Singh the statesman astronomer of 18th century India designed astronomical instruments of masonry and stone, built observatories prepared a Zij or a text for astronomical calculations and sent a fact-finding scientific mission to Europe. His high precision instruments were designed to measure time and angles to the very limit of naked eye observing.



Patrick Moore s Data Book of Astronomy

Patrick Moore s Data Book of Astronomy Author Patrick Moore
ISBN-10 9781139495226
Release 2014-01-16
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Packed with up-to-date astronomical data about the Solar System, our Galaxy and the wider Universe, this is a one-stop reference for astronomers of all levels. It gives the names, positions, sizes and other key facts of all the planets and their satellites; discusses the Sun in depth, from sunspots to solar eclipses; lists the dates for cometary returns, close-approach asteroids, and significant meteor showers; and includes 88 star charts, with the names, positions, magnitudes and spectra of the stars, along with key data on nebulae and clusters. Full of facts and figures, this is the only book you need to look up data about astronomy. It is destined to become the standard reference for everyone interested in astronomy.



The Concise Knowledge Astronomy

The Concise Knowledge Astronomy Author Agnes Mary Clerke
ISBN-10 9781108023887
Release 2011-01-20
Pages 602
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This 1898 work is a comprehensive survey of current astronomical knowledge, written by experts and aimed at the general audience.



Highlights of Astronomy Volume 11B

Highlights of Astronomy  Volume 11B Author Johannes Andersen
ISBN-10 0792355563
Release 1999-01-31
Pages 571
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Since 1967, the main scientific events of the General Assemblies of the International Astronomical Union have been published in the separate series, Highlights of Astronomy. The present Volume 11 presents the major scientific presentations made at the XXIIIrd General Assembly, August 18-30, 1997, in Kyoto, Japan. The two volumes (11A+B) contain the texts of the three Invited Discourses as well as the proceedings or extended summaries of the 21 Joint Discussions and two Special Sessions held during the General Assembly.



Astronomy on Trial

Astronomy on Trial Author Roy C. Martin
ISBN-10 0761814221
Release 1999
Pages 245
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Astronomy on Trial systematically and convincingly argues against every aspect of the theory behind the idea of the "Big Bang." Using a readable style that incorporates the laws of physics, Roy C. Martin exposes the impossibilities that have been so commonly manipulated to support the Big Bang theory. He carefully explains the absurdities that have come to represent modern day cosmology and high-energy physics that have arisen from the group-think phenomenon. Martin reveals this group-think as the tendency of scientists to fit the astronomical observational data that flow into context within the standard theories already established by the community of cosmologists. The author's witty, point-by-point exposition of the impossibility of the Big Bang not only provides insights into this one situation, but reveals a troubling trend of a lack of skepticism in scientific research in general that calls for a reevaluation of conclusions in all other fields of science.



The Cambridge Concise History of Astronomy

The Cambridge Concise History of Astronomy Author Michael Hoskin
ISBN-10 0521576008
Release 1999-03-18
Pages 362
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Astronomy is one of the oldest sciences, and one which has repeatedly led to fundamental changes in our view of the world. This book covers the history of our study of the cosmos from prehistory to a survey of modern astronomy and astrophysics. It does not attempt to cover everything, but deliberately concentrates on the important themes and topics, including stellar astronomy in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries--the source of many important concepts in modern astronomy--and the Copernican revolution, which led to the challenge of ancient authorities in many areas other than astronomy. This is an essential text for students of the history of science and for students of astronomy who require a historical background to their studies.



Fundamentals of Astronomy

Fundamentals of Astronomy Author C Barbieri
ISBN-10 0750308869
Release 2006-07-20
Pages 366
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Providing a broad overview of foundational concepts, Fundamentals of Astronomy covers topics ranging from spherical astronomy to celestial mechanics, closing with two chapters that discuss elements of astronomical photometry and spectroscopy. Supplementary and explanatory notes at the end of each chapter provide references to material published in scientific journals, and solved and unsolved exercises allow students to review their understanding of the material. Broad in coverage, the book presents arguments from classical astronomy, such as spherical astronomy, that form the foundation for future work in the field. Features



A Dictionary of Astronomy

A Dictionary of Astronomy Author Ian Ridpath
ISBN-10 9780199609055
Release 2012-01-19
Pages 534
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The revised second edition of this established dictionary contains over 4,300 up-to-date entries on all aspects of astronomy. Compiled with the help of thirty-four expert contributors under the editorship of renowned author Ian Ridpath, the book covers everything from space exploration and the equipment involved, to astrophysics, cosmology, and the concept of time--plus biographical entries on eminent astronomers and worldwide coverage of observatories and telescopes. The appendices include tables of Apollo lunar landing missions, the constellations, and a table of planetary data. The entries have been fully revised and updated and fifty new entries have been added. The content is enhanced by web links which are regularly updated on a companion website.



Astronomy in Five Books

Astronomy  in Five Books Author Roger Long
ISBN-10 UOM:39015074777171
Release 1764
Pages
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Early Physics and Astronomy

Early Physics and Astronomy Author Olaf Pedersen
ISBN-10 0521408997
Release 1993-03-11
Pages 413
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The book is an introductory exposition of the development of the physical and astronomical notions of the universe. It covers the period from Greek antiquity to the Copernican revolution and the Renaissance, half of the text being devoted to medieval science within both the Aristotelian and the Archimedean traditions. The book is intended for a general audience interested in intellectual and scientific developments, but should also be useful as a guide to further studies. Thus it has an extensive bibliography classifying much of the secondary literature on the subject, and also a sixty page 'dictionary' of all the scientists and philosophers mentioned in the text. This contains references to printed editions of the sources and to a selection of books and periodicals.



Elements of astronomy

Elements of astronomy    Author John Brocklesby
ISBN-10 PRNC:32101058271238
Release 1857
Pages 324
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Elements of astronomy has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Elements of astronomy also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Elements of astronomy book for free.