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Astronomy at the Frontiers of Science
31 October 2011

Astronomy at the Frontiers of Science

Astronomy at the Frontiers of Science

2011 | 378 | ISBN: 9400716575 | PDF | 6 Mb

Astronomy is by nature an interdisciplinary activity: it involves mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology. Astronomers use (and often develop) the latest technology, the fastest computers and the most refined software. In this book twenty-two leading scientists from nine countries talk about how astronomy interacts with these other sciences. They describe modern instruments used in astronomy and the relations between astronomy and technology, industry, politics and philosophy. They also discuss what it means to be an astronomer, the history of astronomy, and the place of astronomy in society today. ...
Galileo and 400 Years of Telescopic Astronomy (Astronomers' Universe)
13 September 2010

Galileo and 400 Years of Telescopic Astronomy (Astronomers' Universe)


Galileo and 400 Years of Telescopic Astronomy (Astronomers' Universe)


Publisher: Springer | 2010 | ISBN 1441955704 | PDF | 170 pages | 15 MB



In 1609 Galileo first used his telescope to kick start the science of observational astronomy - an event that proved to be of enormous historic, scientific, and cultural importance. Galileo and 400 Years of Telescopic Astronomy will feature the life and achievements of Galileo, around which has pivoted the story of four centuries of telescopic astronomy. The book will detail how astronomy has progressed through four centuries and contain glimpses of future space research and astronomy goals. Uniquely, interwoven with the text will be a range of practical projects for backyard astronomers in which to participate, projects that serve to illustrate many of Galileo's scientific discoveries.
TTC - Alex Filippenko - On The Frontiers Of Astronomy
15 November 2010

TTC - Alex Filippenko - On The Frontiers Of Astronomy
TTC - Alex Filippenko - On The Frontiers Of Astronomy
eLearning - DVDRip | English | Run time: 16 x 45 min | 2.74 GB
video: DivX | ~384x288 | 560 kbps | audio: MP3 | 64 Kbps
Lecture, Facts and Values, Astronomy and Cosmology, Universe, Physics

Frontiers of Astronomy is a lecture series that offers those with an interest in astronomy the chance to learn about some of the latest research in the field. Presentations are given in the Museum's Murch Auditorium. On clear evenings, the Ralph Mueller Observatory will be open afterward. Frontiers of Astronomy is sponsored by the Department of Astronomy at Case Western Reserve University through the support of the Arthur S. Holden, Sr. Endowment; The Cleveland Museum of Natural History; and The Cleveland Astronomical Society.
Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series (Collection of 45 ebooks)
13 December 2010

Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series (Collection of 45 ebooks)

Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series (Collection of 45 ebooks)

This series of books is written for serious newcomers to amateur astronomy, for undergraduate students who are studying astronomy - but not as a first subject - and for interested general readers who want to study astronomy in more depth than is provided by the general run of "popular" astronomy book that is found in the general trade bookshops. All the books in the series are as far as possible non- mathematical. They require only a modest background knowledge of science on the part of the reader, but provide material that goes into the various topics in considerable depth and detail. Practical Astronomy thus bridges the gap between the many introductory books and specialised technical publications....
Astronomy - February 2011
27 January 2011

Astronomy - February 2011

Astronomy - February 2011
English | 76 pages | PDF | 58.00 Mb


Astronomy Magazine is a must for anyone interested in the study of stars, planets, and the universe. Astronomy Magazine covers both the science and hobby of Astronomy with everything from the latest news on astronomical discoveries to reviews of telescope equipment and accessories. Each issue also includes a sky chart to help you locate and view the wonders of the cosmos!Every month, Astronomy magazine covers both the science and hobby of Astronomy. Clear, jargon-free articles and magnificent photography and artwork update you on the latest astronomical research and space exploration.
Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series (Collection of 45 ebooks)
25 August 2011

Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series (Collection of 45 ebooks)

Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series (Collection of 45 ebooks)
English | Publisher: Spri ngår 2003-2010 | 45 ebooks | PDF | 1.06 GB


This series of books is written for serious newcomers to amateur astronomy, for undergraduate students who are studying astronomy - but not as a first subject - and for interested general readers who want to study astronomy in more depth than is provided by the general run of "popular" astronomy book that is found in the general trade bookshops. All the books in the series are as far as possible non- mathematical. They require only a modest background knowledge of science on the part of the reader, but provide material that goes into the various topics in considerable depth and detail. Practical Astronomy thus bridges the gap between the many introductory books and specialised technical publications.
Patrick Moores Practical Astronomy Series
26 August 2011

Patrick Moores Practical Astronomy Series

Patrick Moores Practical Astronomy Series
English | Publisher: Spri ngår 2003-2010 | 45 ebooks | PDF | 1.06 GB

This series of books is written for serious newcomers to amateur astronomy, for undergraduate students who are studying astronomy - but not as a first subject - and for interested general readers who want to study astronomy in more depth than is provided by the general run of "popular" astronomy book that is found in the general trade bookshops. All the books in the series are as far as possible non- mathematical. They require only a modest background knowledge of science on the part of the reader, but provide material that goes into the various topics in considerable depth and detail. Practical Astronomy thus bridges the gap between the many introductory books and specialised technical publications.
Episodes from the Early History of Astronomy
22 April 2012

Episodes from the Early History of Astronomy

Episodes from the Early History of Astronomy
2001 | 172 Pages | ISBN: 0387951369 | PDF | 24 MB

Phenomena in the heavens are of great importance to many, and much of the lore of astronomy and astrology dates back to the earliest days of civilisation. The astronomy of the ancients is thus of interest not only as history but also as the basis for much of what is known or believed about the heavens today. This book discusses important topics in Babylonian and Greek astronomy.
Pathways to Astronomy (2nd Edition)
2 December 2012

Pathways to Astronomy (2nd Edition)

Pathways to Astronomy (2nd Edition)
English | 2008 | 800 Pages | ISBN: 0073404454 | PDF | 268 MB

Whether you are learning astronomy for the first time or teaching it for the tenth time. Pathways to Astronomy offers the flexibility of exploring astronomy following the path of your choosing. Pathways to Astronomy divides the fascinating field of astronomy into 84 units, from which you can select topics according to your interests, while maintaining a flow of presentation.
Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series (Collection 45 ebooks)
7 June 2013

Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series (Collection 45 ebooks)

Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series (Collection 45 ebooks)
2003-2010 | 45 ebooks | PDF | 1.06 GB

This series of books is written for serious newcomers to amateur astronomy, for undergraduate students who are studying astronomy - but not as a first subject - and for interested general readers who want to study astronomy in more depth than is provided by the general run of "popular" astronomy book that is found in the general trade bookshops. All the books in the series are as far as possible non- mathematical. They require only a modest background knowledge of science on the part of the reader, but provide material that goes into the various topics in considerable depth and detail. Practical Astronomy thus bridges the gap between the many introductory books and specialised technical publications.