Sky Phenomena: A Guide to Naked-eye Observation of the Stars : with Sections on Poetry in Astronomy, Constellation Mythology, and the Southern Hemisphere Sky
Lindisfarne Press, 1993 - 208 sider
This basic guide to sky lore and naked-eye observation of the heavens leads the reader from the stars as seen from earth, through the sun, moon, and planets, to the Copernican revolution, comets and meteors, and the Southern Hemisphere. The text includes mythological and historical aspects of the subject and has numerous exercises for the student. The final chapter is a unique collection of poetry related to the stars from ancient Egypt to modern times. Appendices include future astronomical events, technical data, materials and publications, and a comprehensive glossary of astronomical terms.
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Sky Phenomena: A Guide to Naked-eye Observation of the Stars : with Sections ...
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