5 edition of The Telescope (Inventions That Shaped the World) found in the catalog.
by Franklin Watts
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||80|
This book soars past my expectations in the following ways: As history of science - tracing the development of the neutrino from Wolfgang Pauli and Niels Bohr's handwritten disagreements on quantum mechanics to the latest data from the South Pole's neutrino telescope, with photographs/5. In The Mirror, the Window, and the Telescope, Samuel Y. Edgerton brings fresh insight to a subject of perennial interest to the history of art and science in the West: the birth of linear perspective. Edgerton retells the fascinating story of how perspective emerged in early fifteenth-century Florence, growing out of an artistic and religious context in which devout Christians longed for.
The book also includes a series of blank observation logs for you to record your own observations. While written with the beginner in mind, the Orion Telescope Observer's Guide is also a must-have guide for more experienced amateur astronomers who want to learn more about observing the many wonders of the night sky with a telescope. A new book reveals the hidden world of the professional astronomer. the small band of 50, or so professional astronomers around the world that get to use humanity’s greatest telescopes .
Frank's Book of the Telescope. A guide to instruments for the Amateur Astronomer. Charles Frank, Glasgow. Fifth Edition, May Mit s/w-Frontispiz. Reich bebildert und illustriert! Frank, Charles. Published by Charles Frank, Saltmarket, Glasgow () Used. Hardcover. Dunn shows in his video, his book and Parker’s book, Inktober all year long, side by-side to reveal jarring similarities. Dunn’s artwork and instructions have been seemingly copy and pasted with some wording altered. With his lessons being retaught in the wrong order.
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This book would probably appeal to those wanting somewhat greater depth in understanding how telescopes and associated instruments work than is common in a popular science book. The author, a physicist working at the U.
Air Force Academy, describes the different ways a telescope can be built (refractors, reflectors, Schmidt-Cassegrians, and so on) and the instruments they by: 9. The classic history of the telescope is King's book The History of the Telescope, also republished by Dover.
While out of print as I write this, Dover is about to release a new printing. Current only throughKing provides a detailed and moderately technical s: 4. by. Richard Dunn.
Rating details 22 ratings 6 The Telescope book. The first telescopes were made in Holland in A year later, Galileo built his own, and modern astronomy was born. In the blink of an eye (so to speak) telescopes went to sea and started exploring planet Earth.
The whole spellbinding story is here, from the early instruments through the many developments over the /5. "This book is one that I can heartily recommend." — Sir Harold Spencer Jones, F. S., formerly Astronomer Royal A model of comprehensive scholarship, The History of the Telescope relates not only the stories of early inventors and astronomers but also the rarely recorded details of the instruments themselves and their makers.
This remarkable chronicle covers many fields, including professional Cited by: As a result of this three-year collaboration between authors David Kriege and Richard Berry, experienced and well-known telescope makers, you now have the opportunity to build a high-performance telescope from 14 inches to 40 inches aperture based on the thoroughly tested designs described in this book.
The Dobsonian telescope takes its name from the astronomer/philosopher John Dobson, who introduced the concept of inexpensive, large-aperture telescopes Cited by: 4.
This is the sort of book that I find very hard to rate. It is a paper reprinted in for the th anniversary of the telescope. The author found and, as needed, translated many documents relevant to the invention of the telescope. From these he weaves the early history of the by: Great book for anyone new to astronomy and using a telescope.
Definitely recommend for a parent and child learning together. Excellent illustrations, pictures make it easy to find objects in the sky.
Easy to read book packed with lots of interesting and useful information/5(). The Dobsonian Telescope by Richard Berry and David Kriege. Subtitled, “A Practical Manual for Building Large Aperture Telescopes,” this is the book to reach for if you want to make a truss-tube Dobsonian. Everything is well explained with.
Working from Kepler's writings, Isaac Newton reasoned it was better to make a telescope out of mirrors rather than lenses and built a reflecting telescope in Centuries later the reflecting. The first book that I read about astronomy was Pavel Klushantsev’s Story of Telescope, which was translated in Marathi and called दुर्बिणीची गोष्ट.
This book is an introduction to the wonderful world of astronomy for small children and adults alike. She introduces us to an array of colorful and unexpected characters, from ancient philosophers to tech entrepreneurs, all while distilling the science of foresight into practical advice we can all use.
A timely and valuable book.” —Anne-Marie Slaughter, author of Unfinished Business “The Optimist's Telescope is a noble and important book. Through stories of people who have made a difference and an acute /5(49). Book Review: “Small Fry” Published Octo by Savhanna Vargas “You smell like a toilet” was the opening introduction to what the man behind the tech giant Apple was like and an inkling of what.
The Professor's Telescope teaches readers about astronomy through the adventures of Professor Strang and two of his students, Eric and Meredith. The book is the culmination of more that two years of work for Mrs. Moreau, who says that children are the 'space explorers of the future'.
'Northside Voice' - Sara LeamingPages: Sir Harold Spencer Jones, F. S., formerly Astronomer Royal A model of comprehensive scholarship, The History of the Telescope relates not only the stories of early inventors and astronomers but also the rarely recorded details of the instruments themselves and 4/5.
This book was written to help astronomers of all levels of knowledge and experience deal with important questions about astronomical equipment, its limitations, and how to overcome these limitations with modern technology. Specifically, it addresses the following questions: 1.
Why does my telescope not show me the "pretty pictures" that I see on websites and telescope boxes. Use your telescope and the Orion Telescope Observer's Guide to explore over 60 interesting celestial objects. Written by Richard J. Bartlett, this must-have introduction to exploring the sky with a telescope is packed with helpful tips and info.
The book "Hubble Space Telescope: Discoveries" takes the reader on a tour of Hubble's most significant science successes, combined with some of the telescope's technology and history.
For more than two decades, Hubble has had a front-row seat for cosmic events: comets bombarding Jupiter, the explosive death of stars, the birth of new solar. Boreel's conclusion that Zacharias Janssen invented the telescope a little ahead of another spectacle maker, Hans Lippershey, was adopted by Pierre Borel in his book De vero telescopii inventore.
Hubble e-book ( MB pdf) Webb e-book ( MB pdf) NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has been providing amazing images of the universe since April and has led to remarkable discoveries. NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is the next-generation telescope that will peer even deeper into space and unveil even more mysteries.
She introduces us to an array of colorful and unexpected characters, from ancient philosophers to tech entrepreneurs, all while distilling the science of foresight into practical advice we can all use.
A timely and valuable book.” —Anne-Marie Slaughter, author of Unfinished Business “The Optimist’s Telescope is a noble and important book. Through stories of people who have made a difference and an acute.
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"This book is one that I can heartily recommend." — Sir Harold Spencer Jones, F. R. S., formerly Astronomer Royal A model of comprehensive scholarship, The History of the Telescope relates not only the stories of early inventors and astronomers but also the rarely recorded details of the instruments themselves and their makers.
This remarkable chronicle covers many fields, including /5(3).In this new book by Allan Hall, Choosing and Using a Dobsonian Telescope, you will find all the information you will need to make the most informed choice on your purchase. Whether you are watching the skies from the comfort of your own backyard, or using your telescope at a remote dark site it pays to get the right equipment.