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CAMBRIDGE DICTIONARY OF ASTRONOMY

Mitton Jacqueline

Oprawa:
MIĘKKA

Wydawca:
Cambridge University Press

ISBN:
9780521804806

260,36 PLN
Wysyłamy w 35 dni

Opis produktu

Jacqueline Mittons interest in astronomy began when she was a small child and she had her first telescope as a teenager. She graduated from the University of Oxford with a degree in physics then obtained her PhD in astronomy at the University of Cambridge. In 1989 she became the Press Officer of the Royal Astronomical Society. She is the author or coauthor of 16 astronomy books published since 1978 and writes for both children and adults. Her recent books include The Scholastic Encyclopedia of Space (with Simon Mitton 1999) Pluto and Charon (with Alan Stern Wiley 1997 & 1999) and Zoo in the Sky (National Geographic 1998).Handy and invaluable reference book for anyone involved with astronomy either professionally or as a leisure interest.Anyone involved with astronomy either professionally or as a leisure interest will find this dictionary a handy and invaluable reference book. Over 3000 words names and abbreviations are explained clearly and concisely in a style that is authoritative but accessible covering specialist terms constellations planets observatories spacecraft and much more.Anyone involved with astronomy either professionally or as a leisure interest will find this dictionary a handy and invaluable reference book. Over 3000 words names and abbreviations are explained clearly and concisely in a style that is authoritative but accessible covering specialist terms constellations planets observatories spacecraft and much more.Held up by the heliopause? Floored by the flatness problem? Intimidated by MACHOs? With this dictionary there is no need to be defeated by such astronomical jargon. These terms along with almost 3200 more words names and abbreviations encountered in amateur and professional astronomy are explained clearly and concisely in a style that is authoritative but accessible. In addition to a comprehensive selection of specialist terms entries include all the constellations all the planets and moons of the solar system many individual comets stars and asteroids observatories and spacecraft. There are 57 line diagrams and 7 tables of additional information at the back. Anyone involved with astronomy either professionally or as a leisure interest will find this dictionary a handy and invaluable reference book.Preface: The dictionary: Further reading: Tables.[an] authoritative work...both amateur and professional astronomers will find the Cambridge Dictionary useful...an important resource. Library Journal

Wymiary: 229 mm 152 mm 26 mm 680 gr

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