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Scientific American The Amateur Astronomer

Scientific American The Amateur Astronomer Author Scientific American
ISBN-10 9780470351130
Release 2008-05-02
Pages 288
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From the longest running column in Scientific American's history comes this collection of fascinating projects for amateur astronomers For over seventy years, "The Amateur Scientist" column in Scientific American has helped people explore their world and make original discoveries. This collection of both classic and recent articles presents projects for amateur astronomers at all levels. Hands-on astronomy fans will find how to build inexpensive astronomical instruments using ordinary shop-tools. From making a telescope to predicting satellite orbits to detecting the chemical composition of faraway stars, this book has something for everyone interested in practical astronomy.



The Scientific American Book of Astronomy

The Scientific American Book of Astronomy Author Scientific American, inc
ISBN-10 1585742848
Release 2001-05-01
Pages 372
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Describes recent observations and discoveries in astronomy, including the 1994 collision between Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and Jupiter and a discussion of dark matter and the destiny of the universe.



Scientific American the Amateur Biologist

Scientific American the Amateur Biologist Author Shawn Carlson
ISBN-10 1630261815
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 242
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Are you a passionate amateur naturalist? Would you like to record videos of the microscopic world? Detect an insect's heartbeat? Separate molecules with electricity? Extract and purify DNA . . . in your kitchen? Now you can do all these things and more with this wonderful compendium of unique and exciting projects. Gathered here, in the most comprehensive, wide-ranging collection of projects available for the amateur biologist, are some of the finest experiments from Scientific American's popular ""Amateur Scientist"" column. Whether you'd like to find out how to measure the metabolism of an insect, learn museum secrets for preserving plants, or discover how to teach a sow bug to navigate a maze, you'll find the project to suit your needs. Filled with experiments from a wide range of specialties, including botany, genetics, behavioral studies, cellular biology, microscopy, microbiology, and entomology, this fascinating book also contains helpful hints and clear instructions on how to build experimental apparatus using simple household materials and affordable alternatives to more expensive scientific equipment. Whether you're a student, teacher, or dedicated amateur scientist, you'll find projects here to excite your interest as well as deepen your understanding of-and appreciation for-the natural world.



Star Ware

Star Ware Author Philip S. Harrington
ISBN-10 9780471270515
Release 2002-10-16
Pages 432
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The Scientific American Book of Great Science Fair Projects

The Scientific American Book of Great Science Fair Projects Author Marc Rosner
ISBN-10 0471356255
Release 2000-11-06
Pages 128
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Shows how to perform a variety of science experiments using household materials and low-cost items for activities in astronomy, chemistry, biology, earth science, and physics.



Scientific American

Scientific American Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015010895251
Release 1975
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Astronomy For Dummies

Astronomy For Dummies Author Stephen P. Maran
ISBN-10 9781119374381
Release 2017-08-15
Pages 384
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Your updated guide to exploring the night sky Do you know the difference between a red giant and a white dwarf? From asteroids to black holes, this easy-to-understand guide takes you on a grand tour of the universe. Featuring updated star maps, charts, and an insert with gorgeous full-color photographs, Astronomy For Dummies provides an easy-to-follow introduction to exploring the night sky. Plus, this new edition also comes with chapter quizzes online to help your understanding. For as long as people have been walking the earth, those people have looked up into the night sky and wondered about the nature of the cosmos. Without the benefit of science to provide answers, they relied on myth and superstition to help them make sense of what they saw. Lucky for us, we live at a time when regular folks, equipped with nothing more than their naked eyes, can look up into the night sky and gain admittance to infinite wonders. If you know what to look for, you can make out planets, stars, galaxies, and even galactic clusters comprising hundreds of millions of stars and spanning millions of light-years. Whether you're an amateur astronomer, space enthusiast, or enrolled in a first year astronomy course, Astronomy For Dummies gives you a reason to look into the heavens. Includes updated schedules of coming eclipses of the Sun and Moon and a revised planetary appendix Covers recent discoveries in space, such as water on the Moon and Pluto's demotion from "planet" status Collects new websites, lists of telescope motels, sky-watching guides, and suggestions for beginner's telescopes and suppliers Provides free online access to chapter quizzes to help you understand the content Ever wonder what's out there in the big ol' universe? This is the book for you!



Touring the Universe through Binoculars

Touring the Universe through Binoculars Author Philip S. Harrington
ISBN-10 0471513377
Release 1990-10-18
Pages 304
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This comprehensive work takes you on a personal tour of the universe using nothing more than a pair of binoculars. More comprehensive than any book currently available, it starts with Earth's nearest neighbor, the moon, and then goes on to explore each planet in the solar system, asteroids, meteors, comets and the sun. Following this, the reader is whisked away into deep space to explore celestial bodies including stars that are known and many sights less familiar. The final chapter includes a detailed atlas of deep-sky objects visible through binoculars. The appendices include guidance on how to buy, care for and maintain astronomical binoculars, tips and hints on using them, and detailed information on several home-made binocular mounts.



Amateur Astronomer s Handbook

Amateur Astronomer s Handbook Author John Benson Sidgwick
ISBN-10 0486240347
Release 1971
Pages 572
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Timeless, comprehensive coverage of telescopes, mirrors, lenses, mountings, telescope drives, micrometers, spectroscopes, more. ". . . highly recommended for very serious nonprofessional astronomers." — A Guide to the Literature of Astronomy. 189 illustrations. Reprint of 1971 edition.



Astrophysics is Easy

Astrophysics is Easy Author Mike Inglis
ISBN-10 9781846287367
Release 2007-07-14
Pages 206
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Astrophysics is often - with some justification - regarded as incomprehensible without at least degree-level mathematics. Consequently, many amateur astronomers skip the math, and miss out on the fascinating fundamentals of the subject. In Astrophysics Is Easy! Mike Inglis takes a quantitative approach to astrophysics that cuts through the incomprehensible mathematics, and explains the basics of astrophysics in accessible terms. The reader can view objects under discussion with commercial amateur equipment.



Books in Print Supplement

Books in Print Supplement Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105025417838
Release 2002
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Scientific American Inventions and Discoveries

Scientific American Inventions and Discoveries Author Rodney P. Carlisle
ISBN-10 0471244104
Release 2004-08-02
Pages 502
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An informative reference guide on the history of technology featuring more than four hundred entries and dozens of illustrations and sidebars describes the history and significance of a variety of scientific and technological breakthroughs, from early human history to the present day.



Extreme Stars

Extreme Stars Author James B. Kaler
ISBN-10 052140262X
Release 2001-03-22
Pages 236
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An engaging and generously illustrated account of the lives of stars, from a novel perspective.



Handbook of Practical Astronomy

Handbook of Practical Astronomy Author Günter D. Roth
ISBN-10 9783540763796
Release 2009-06-18
Pages 712
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The Compendium of Practical Astronomy is unique. The practical astronomer, whether student, novice or accomplished amateur, will find this handbook the most comprehensive, up-to-date and detailed single guide to the subject available. It is based on Roth’s celebrated German language handbook for amateur astronomers, which first appeared over 40 years ago.



The Observer s Guide to Astronomy

The Observer s Guide to Astronomy Author Patrick Martinez
ISBN-10 0521379458
Release 1994-09-22
Pages 1148
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How can you find new minor planets, comets and novae? How can you use photoelectric detectors to derive the temperatures of stars? And how can you predict future eclipses and occultations of stars by minor planets? The questions asked by serious amateur astronomers are answered in this authoritative and wide-ranging guide, first published in 1994. For each topic, sound practical methods of observation and the scientific background are given to lead you to better observations. Guidelines also show you how to record and catalogue your observations using the recognised professional terminology and classification schemes. From the simplest pencil drawings of the moon to observations of the most distant galaxies with state-of-the-art CCD cameras and photoelectric photometers, this guide is packed with practical tips for all types of amateur observations. It will develop the observational skills of the keen novice and satisfy the more demanding needs of the experienced amateur astronomer.



The Cambridge Planetary Handbook

The Cambridge Planetary Handbook Author Michael E. Bakich
ISBN-10 0521632803
Release 2000-02-03
Pages 336
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Comprehensive reference text on planetary astronomy written for the general reader.



Astronomy a Handbook

Astronomy  a Handbook Author G.D. Roth
ISBN-10 9783642482823
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 568
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Several decades have elapsed since the publication of any similar book in the German language. The lack of such a book has been felt keenly by all friends of astronomy. In our space age, astronomical knowledge arouses public interest more and more. Practical observation at the telescope depends more than anything else on such knowledge. The educational value of such a training is undisputed. On the other hand, the work of the amateur astronomer can also contribute essentially to the work of the professionals. It is from these points of view that this handbook aims to help with versatile advice. At the same time, the book intends to show the wide range of applied astronomy, as it presents itself to the friend of the stars; in mathematical-physical fields, in precision mechanics and optics, and last but not least in the area of social relations. Beyond the circle of amateur astronomers the book is addressed to lecturers, teachers, students and pupils. It wishes to serve them as a guide to "astronomical experiments", which we suggest should be performed in primary and secondary schools, specialist colleges, and extramural courses.