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Hervé Burillier

Provides a comprehensive, illustrated guide to viewing astronomical objects through simple instruments, such as binoculars, a small telescope, or even the naked eye, outlining each object's location and optimal observation times. Original.

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N. D. Services

Even in the age of the word-processor, there is nothing like the feel of pen/pencil on paper when your thoughts, dreams, experiences, and life events need recording in the moment. Carry and use this blank book for a diary, journal, field notes, travel logs, etc. Yes, it is designed for any of these needs and more. 270 pg blank book with soft gray dotted lines for writing guides or ignore them for free scripting, sketching, etc. Also includes: 3-page blank table of contents blank headings with date field fully page numbered main matter lightened mark-able spine. Purchase multiple ones (in the same design or series) and mark the spine for volumes. See other cover designs also available for "NDAS Blank Journal".

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N. D. Services

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Carlo Tamarit

"There comes a time in one's life when they finally wake up. For me, it was the first time I saw Cyphia. It doesn't matter that I go to college, have a job, or jam with my band. Cyphia means everything to me, so much so that my feelings for her hurt too much. I want her, but she doesn't want me and I don't know why. We've been best friends for so long... To top it off, I've been going through some changes... When a chance to find my mother and learn about my past comes up, I go for it. Cyphia comes with me in my search for the answers. Are we prepared for the truth? Can we make it through and save our friendship?" -- P. 4 of cover.

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Gabriel Picolo

A beautiful leather-bound journal intended for tracking personal development, meditation and self-reflection. Gabriel Picolo s intricately detailed interpretations of zodiac signs, constellations and ancient mythology guide the user through 112 pages of colorable artistry."

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Robert Cox

In this well-documented book, compelling evidence is presented that during the previous Golden Age, a universal sacred science was shared by enlightened Seers of the Biblical, Egyptian, Vedic, Taoist, and Native American traditions. The mysterious and powerful knowledge possessed by these ancient Seers is relevant today, for it holds the keys to spiritual enlightenment, perfect health, and physical immortality. Although this knowledge was lost long ago, according to the cycles of time mapped out by the ancient Seers themselves, we are now about to enter into a new Golden Age - a time when the lost sacred science is destined to be revived, and miraculous new technologies will arise. The author presents the spiritual, historical, and scientific background of this imminent revival with remarkable insight, offering a message of great hope for the entire human race.

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James W. Deardorff

this well-reasoned book, meteorologist James Deardorff makes a compelling argument for the authenticity of The Talmud of Immanuel, an ancient scroll that suggests that the origin of the Christian New Testament may well be extraterrestrial. Dr. Deardorff's arguments are always sound and often dramatic, such as the observation that stars don't point -- UFO beams do. Deardorff shows how the original teachings were altered over time and finally transformed into the Gospel of Matthew. This stunning book is not for the timid, or even for the conventionally religious. It is for the seeker who is not afraid to contemplate new and daring ideas.A

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Forest Ray Moulton

An unrivaled text in the field of celestial mechanics, Moulton's theoretical work on the prediction and interpretation of celestial phenomena has not been superseded. By providing a general account of all parts of celestial mechanics without an over-full treatment of any single aspect, by stating all the problems in advance, and, where the transformations are long, giving an outline of the steps which must be made, and by noting all the places where assumptions have been introduced or unjustified methods employed, Moulton has insured that his work will be valuable to all who are interested in the subject. The text is divided into ten chapters which progress logically in terms of the difficulty of their subject matter. They are: Fundamental Principles and Definitions, Rectilinear Motion, Central Forces, The Potential and Attractions of Bodies, The Problem of Two Bodies, The Determination of Orbits, The General Integrals of the Problem of n Bodies, The Problem of Three Bodies, Perturbations ? Geometrical Considerations, and Perturbations ? Analytical Method. Important topics cove red include general equations, motion of falling particles, the heat of the sun, simultaneous differential equations, examples where J is a function of the coordinates alone, the universality of Newton's law, determination of the orbit from the law of force, attractions of simple solids, potential and attractions of simple bodies and ellipsoids, Ivory's method and level surfaces, elements of orbits, expansions and positions in orbits, transformations of coordinates, the Laplacian and Gaussian methods of determining orbits, motion of center of mass and area integrals, motion of the infinitesimal body, surfaces of zero relative velocity, effects of the components of the disturbing force, lunar theory, method of computing perturbations, and the perturbative function. Each chapter is followed by a historical sketch and bibliography pertaining to that subject. Over 200 problems appear at key points in the text, many of them answered.

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John Westfall,William Sheehan

Much of what is known about the universe came from the study of celestial shadows. This book looks in detail at the way eclipses and other celestial shadows have given us amazing insights into the nature of the objects in our solar system and how they are even helping us discover and analyze planets that orbit stars other than our Sun. A variety of eclipses, transits, and occultations of the mooons of Jupiter and Saturn, Pluto and its satellite Charon, asteroids and stars have helped astronomers to work out their dimensions, structures, and shapes - even the existence of atmospheres and structures of exoplanets. Long before Columbus set out to reach the Far East by sailing West, the curved shadow of the Earth on the Moon during a lunar eclipse revealed that we inhabit a round world, a globe. More recently, comparisons of the sunlit and Earthlit parts of the Moon have been used to determine changes in the Earth's brightness as a way of monitoring possible effects in cloud coverage which may be related to global warming. Shadows were used by the Greek mathematician Eratosthenes to work out the first estimate of the circumference of the Earth, by Galileo to measure the heights of the lunar mountains and by eighteenth century astronomers to determine the scale of the Solar System itself. Some of the rarest and most wonderful shadows of all are those cast onto Earth by the lovely "Evening Star" Venus as it goes between the Earth and the Sun. These majestic transits of Venus occur at most two in a century; after the 2012 transit, there is not a chance to observe this phenomenon until 2117, while the more common sweep of a total solar eclipse creates one of the most dramatic and awe-inspiring events of nature. Though it may have once been a source of consternation or dread, solar eclipses now lead thousands of amateur astronomers and "eclipse-chasers" to travel the globe in order to experience the dramatic view under "totality." These phenomena are among the most spectacular available to observers and are given their full due in Westfall and Sheehan's comprehensive study.

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Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos

Despite the painstaking work of Pound scholars, the mythos of The Cantos has yet to be properly understood — primarily because until now its occult sources have not been examined sufficiently. Drawing upon archival as well as recently published material, this study traces Pound’s intimate engagement with specific occultists (W.B. Yeats, Allen Upward, Alfred Orage, and G.R.S. Mead) and their ideas. The author argues that speculative occultism was a major factor in the evolution of Pound’s extraordinary aesthetic and religious sensibility, much noticed in Pound criticism. The discussion falls into two sections. The first section details Pound’s interest in particular occult movements. It describes the tradition of Hellenistic occultism from Eleusis to the present, and establishes that Pound’s contact with the occult began at least as early as his undergraduate years and that he came to London already primed on the occult. Many of his London acquaintances were unquestionably occultists. The second section outlines a tripartite schema for The Cantos (katabasis/dromena/epopteia) which, in turn, is applied to the poem. It is argued here that The Cantos is structured on the model of a initiation rather than a journey, and that the poem does not so much describe an initiation rite as enact one for the reader. In exploring and attempting to understand Pounds’ occultism and its implications to his [Pounds’] oeuvre, Tryphonopoulos sheds new light upon one of the great works of modern Western literature.

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Fabio Tronchetti

The purpose of this book is to propose a legal regime to govern the exploitation of natural resources of the moon and other celestial bodies. Considering, on the one side, the interest shown by states and private operators to extract and use extraterrestrial natural resources and, on the other, the absence of specific rules dealing with such an option, the establishment of a legal framework to regulate the exploitation of natural resources of the moon and other celestial bodies is needed so as to ensure its peaceful, safe and orderly development.

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Alessandro Morbidelli

In the last 20 years, researchers in the field of celestial mechanics have achieved spectacular results in their effort to understand the structure and evolution of our solar system. Modern Celestial Mechanics uses a solid theoretical basis to describe recent results on solar system dynamics, and it emphasizes the dynamics of planets and of small bodies. To grasp celestial mechanics, one must comprehend the fundamental concepts of Hamiltonian systems theory, so this volume begins with an explanation of those concepts. Celestial mechanics itself is then considered, including the secular motion of planets and small bodies and mean motion resonances. Graduate students and researchers of astronomy and astrophysics will find Modern Celestial Mechanics an essential addition to their bookshelves.

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Janet Booth,Ilene J. Wolf,Bryan R. Bonina

A unique astrology planner calendar and reference book, in its 15th year. Goes beyond the average astrology calendar by interpreting the planets' movements and their influences. This is like a "cosmic weather report" of conditions that affect everyone, regardless of one's "sign." It runs the gamut in appeal from novices to professionals. Readers can use it to the depth of their astrological knowledge and interest. Janet's Plan-its includes daily messages and weekly highlights in plain English, day ratings, moon sign changes, extended footnotes explaining the planets' visits to signs and planetary interconnections, the year's best and worst days for various common activities, planetary retrogrades and new and full moons on a page as well as keywords for astrological factors and an astro-overview for each week. Written and self-published by astrologer Janet Booth, based on her 35 years' experience. Features added in the 2012 version and repeated since: an "All Star" list of major astrological phenomena sorted by zodiac degree, the next year "On a Page" (showing retrogrades and moon cycles), ephemeris reprinted with permission from ACS Publications, Dietrech Pessin's Moon Family table for the current year, and two articles by guest contributors - health indications for the signs by medical astrologer Diane Cramer and the eight phases of the moon (with recommended rituals for each) by astrologer and Wicca High Priestess Maria Kay Simms. 103 pages, 8-1/4 X 11 paperback book format, color cover, B/W interior. ISBN 978-0-9846499-3-8 List Price: $18.98 US. Made in the USA.

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Hartmut Warm

"Is the solar system ordered? Or is it simply the result of random and chaotic accidents? This book takes the reader on a compelling and powerful journey of discovery, revealing the celestial spheres in their astonishingly complex patterns. Movements of the planets are found to correspond accurately with simple geometric figures and musical intervals, pointing to an exciting new perspective on the ancient idea of the 'harmony of the spheres'. Hartmut Warm's detailed presentation incorporates the distances, velocities, and periods of conjunction of the planets, as well as the rotations of the Sun, Moon, and Venus. Numerous graphics - including color plates - illustrate the extraordinary beauty of geometrical forms that result when the movements of several planets are viewed in relation to one another. Moreover, the author describes and analyzes concepts of the 'music of the spheres', with special emphasis on Kepler's revolutionary ideas. The book also discusses current scientific beliefs about the origin of the universe and the solar system, enabling the reader to understand fully how this remarkable research supplements contemporary materialistic views of the cosmos. The appendix includes his mathematical and astronomical methods of calculation, as well as a detailed discussion of their accuracy and validity based on modern astronomical algorithms."--Publisher's description.

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E.M. Forster

Six short stories spotlight journal and magazine fiction published by Forster from 1900 to 1911. These tales exhibit the first traces of Foster's witty and elegant style as well as his profound humanism.

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Henry Tompkins Kirby-Smith

The author examines poetry from Latin, Old French, Italian, Anglo-Saxon, modern French, English, and ancient Greek, and espouses the view that "poetry of the highest order has always maintained a respectful distance from music, even while retaining some memory of musical rhythms and organization."--Jacket.

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John Karl

Many books on celestial navigation take shortcuts in explaining concepts; incorrect diagrams and discussion are often used for the sake of moving the student along quickly. This book tells the true story-and the whole story. It conveys celestial navigation concepts clearly and in the shortest possible time.It's tailored for navigation in the GPS age-a time of computers, calculators, and web resources. Although it covers all of the traditional methods of 'working a sight, ' the primary thrust is using the (under $10) scientific calculator. By using equations that you key into your calculator, this book guides you toward a better understanding of the concepts of celestial navigation.You will learn novel ways to plot lines of position, ways to check your sextant accurately by star sights, and how to tell what time it is from a moon sight. The many appendices are a treasure of references and explanations of abstract ideas. Celestial Navigation is a crucial skill for the offshore navigator to know, this book provides the shortest path to that knowledge.