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  • Celestial Delightsby Francis Reddy

    Springer New York 2011; US$ 44.95

    Integrating extensive graphics with an 8-year astronomical calendar, this book presents sky events geared to naked-eye and binocular viewing. It is arranged by ease of observation ? lunar phases and brighter planets, solar eclipses, the aurora through comets. more...

  • Celestial Worlds Discovered Cbby Christiaan Huygens; T. Childe

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 54.95

    First published in 1968 more...

  • Come si osserva il Soleby Jamey L. Jenkins

    Springer Milan 2010; US$ 19.95

    Come si osserva il Sole - Metodi e tecniche per l'astronomo non professionista more...

  • Countdown!by Sir Patrick Moore

    The History Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    <div>Examines the multfarious theories of how and when the world can end, from St Augustine to the Millennium Bug, via Nostradamus. This title investigates and dismisses the weird and wonderful predictions of sometimes imminent cataclysm, before turning to the science of what might really happen (a long, long time in the future, thankfully).</div> more...

  • The Data Book of Astronomyby Patrick Moore

    CRC Press 2000; US$ 94.95

    The Data Book of Astronomy is a one-stop reference for astronomers at all levels of experience, from beginners to experienced observers. Filled with data about the Earth, Moon, the planets, the stars, our Galaxy, and the myriad galaxies in deep space, it also reveals the latest scientific discoveries about black holes, quasars, and the origins of the... more...

  • Discover the Starsby Richard Berry

    Crown/Archetype 2010; US$ 16.00

    For everyone who has looked up at the stars on a clear night and longed to know more about them, here is the perfect introduction and guide to discovering the stars. Discover the Stars leads you on a tour of all the stars and constellations visible with the naked eye and introduces you to deep-sky objects that can be seen with binoculars or a simple... more...

  • Erde und Planetenby Wilhelm Raith

    De Gruyter 2001; US$ 105.00

    Die gemeinsame Behandlung der Erde und der durch die Raumfahrt uns näher gerückten Planeten wurde beibehalten, ebenso die ausführliche Beschreibung der Biosphären-Physik in den Kapiteln 2 bis 4. Die verbesserte und aktualisierte 2. Auflage enthält auch Internet-Hinweise am Ende jedes Kapitels. more...

  • Exploration of the Solar System by Infrared Remote Sensingby R. A. Hanel; B. J. Conrath; D. E. Jennings; R. E. Samuelson

    Cambridge University Press 2003; US$ 195.00

    A revised edition describing remote sensing of the Solar System through studies of infrared radiation. more...

  • Faint Objects and How to Observe Themby Brian Cudnik

    Springer New York 2012; US$ 34.95

    Aimed at observers with 10-inch or larger telescopes, this guide to some of the most distant, dim, and rarely observed celestial objects is supported by background information on surveys and objects lists?some familiar, such as Caldwell, and some less so. more...

  • Fare astronomia con piccoli telescopiby Michael Gainer

    Springer Milan 2009; US$ 19.99

    Non sono necessariamente richiesti strumenti mastodontici per produrre risultati scientificamente validi nel campo dell?astronomia. Anche l?astrofilo dotato di un piccolo telescopio, con un diametro di soli 8-9 cm, può contribuire alla scienza del cielo realizzando utili osservazioni del Sole, della Luna, dei pianeti, delle comete, degli asteroidi,... more...