3 edition of Familiar astronomy. found in the catalog.
Hannah Mary Bouvier Peterson
History of astronomy: p. 320-343.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Peterson, Mrs. Hannah Mary Bouvier, Familiar astronomy. Philadelphia, Childs & Peterson, Hannah Mary Bouvier Peterson (–) was an American author of books on science, astronomy and cookery. Most of her works were published anonymously or under her maiden name.
Bouvier's Familiar Astronomy "for the use of schools, families and private students", went through multiple editions in the United States and England and was highly :Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Excerpt from Bouvier's Familiar Astronomy, or an Introduction to the Study of the Heavens: Illustrated by Celestial Maps and Upwards of Two Hundred Finely Executed Engravings, to Which Is Added a Treatise on the Globes, and a Comprehensive Astronomical Dictionary; For the Use of Schools, Families, and Private StudentsAuthor: Hannah Mary Bouvier.
The book is not a light read — it goes deeper into the science than many pop physics books — but Thorne is the perfect person to take readers on this journey: He's a patient and entertaining. crossen's basic theme is that binoculars reveal the milky way, and the milky way is the foundation of all astronomy.
the constellations are used as familiar signposts, organized by the four observing seasons; there are detailed observing notes about double stars, star clusters, globular clusters, bright nebula, star clouds and "nearby" galaxies /5(17).
Title Bouvier's Familiar astronomy; or, An introduction to the study of the heavens. Contributor Names [Peterson], Hannah M[ary] (Bouvier), Mrs., Advertisements for Urania's Mirror, as well as the introduction to its companion book A Familiar Treatise on Astronomy, credit the design of the cards simply to a "lady", who is described in the introduction of the book as being "young".This led to speculation as to her identity.
Some proposed prominent female astronomers such as Caroline Herschel and Mary Somerville. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Familiar talks on astronomy, with chapters on geography and Parker, William Harwar, View full catalog record.
Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Get this from a library. Bouvier's Familiar astronomy; or, An introduction to the study of the heavens: illustrated by celestial maps, and upwards of finely executed engravings. To which is added a treatise on the globes, and a comprehensive astronomical dictionary.
For the use of schools, families, and private students. [Hannah Mary Bouvier Peterson, Mrs.]. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. Rebuttal to a Bad Book Review.
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Tammy is at Rooks Vantage stargazing when she hears a noise. She walks over, investigates and is attacked by a person in black. Tammy ends up unconscious/5. The history of astronomy comprises three broadly defined areas that have characterized the science of the heavens since its beginnings.
With varying degrees of emphasis among particular civilizations and during particular historical periods astronomers have sought to understand the motions of celestial bodies, to determine their physical characteristics, and to study the size. 1st Edition Book Phenomena & Order of the Solar System J.P.
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Bouvier. Published by Childs & Peterson, Arch Street, Philadelphia. Book has a stated printing date of but also states that "Entered according to the Act of Congress in the year by Childs & Peterson" so I assume it is not a.
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Radiation, as used in this book, is a general term for waves (including light waves) that radiate outward from a source. Title: A familiar treatise on astronomy, explaining the general phenomena of the celestial bodies / / by Jehoshaphat Aspin.
Other Title: Urania's mirror. Creator(s): Aspin, Jehoshaphat. [from old catalog], Date Created/Published: London: Printed for Samuel Leigh, 18, Strand, (London: Printed by S. and R. Bentley, Dorset Street). adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: William Harwar Parker.
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