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Kronk, Gary W. - Meteor Showers, ebook

Meteor Showers

Kronk, Gary W.


Table of contents
1. Introduction
Gary W. Kronk
2. January Meteor Showers
Gary W. Kronk
3. February Meteor Showers
Gary W. Kronk
4. March Meteor Showers
Gary W. Kronk
5. April Meteor Showers
Gary W. Kronk
6. May Meteor Showers
Gary W. Kronk
7. June Meteor Showers
Gary W.

Lunsford, Robert - Meteors and How to Observe Them, ebook

Meteors and How to Observe Them

Lunsford, Robert


Table of contents
1. An Introduction to Meteorics
2. Sporadic Meteors
3. Major Annual Showers
4. Minor Annual Showers
5. Variable Showers
6. Daytime Showers
7. New Showers?
8. Observing Meteor Showers
9. Meteor Activity Throughout the Year
10. Meteor Groups and Organizations

Janches, D. - Advances in Meteoroid and Meteor Science, ebook

Advances in Meteoroid and Meteor Science

Janches, D.


The IAU Meteor Shower Nomenclature Rules
Peter Jenniskens
3. Current Status of the Photographic Meteoroid Orbits Database and a Call for Contributions to a New Version
Jan Svoren, Vladimir Porubcan, Lubos Neslusan
4. The Dynamics of Low-Perihelion Meteoroid

Brown, Peter - Modern Meteor Science An Interdisciplinary View, ebook

Modern Meteor Science An Interdisciplinary View

Brown, Peter


The Problem of Linking Minor Meteor Showers to Their Parent Bodies: Initial Considerations
Paul Wiegert, Peter Brown
4. Evolution of the Geminids Observed Over 60 Years
Jürgen Rendtel
5. Advantages of Searching for Asteroids from Low Earth Orbit: The

 - Dark Skies, ebook

Dark Skies


Meteor Showers has everything you need to know about the most consistent and impressive meteor showers that happen annually.
Aurora is divided into two parts, one focusing on the aurora borealis in the northern hemisphere and the other on the aurora australis

Talcott, Richard - Teach Yourself VISUALLY Astronomy, ebook

Teach Yourself VISUALLY Astronomy

Talcott, Richard


Whether you're a student, hobbyist, or lifelong stargazer, you can turn to this book for practical guidance on observing stars, planets, moons, and galaxies; tracking meteors, comets, and eclipses; choosing tools for viewing; and photographing the skies. Helpful star

Moché, Dinah L. - Astronomy: A Self-Teaching Guide, ebook

Astronomy: A Self-Teaching Guide

Moché, Dinah L.


Discover the wonders of the night sky with this bestselling astronomy guide
For a generation, Astronomy: A Self-Teaching Guide has introduced hundreds of thousands of readers worldwide to the night sky. Now this classic beginner's guide has been completely…

Powell, Jonathan - Cosmic Debris, ebook

Cosmic Debris

Powell, Jonathan


Observing Meteors and Meteor Showers
Jonathan Powell
10. Observing Comets and Asteroids
Jonathan Powell
11. Endgame
Jonathan Powell

Buchheim, Robert K. - The Sky is Your Laboratory, ebook

The Sky is Your Laboratory

Buchheim, Robert K.


Table of contents
1. Meteor studies
2. Occultations
3. Visual variable star observing
4. CCD photometry
5. CCD astrometry
6. Discovery projects
7. Further avenues

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Reddy, Francis - Celestial Delights, ebook

Celestial Delights

Reddy, Francis


Table of contents
1. The Meaning of the Sky
Francis Reddy
2. Moon Dance
Francis Reddy
3. Morning Stars, Evening Stars: Venus and Mercury
Francis Reddy
4. Eclipses of the Sun and Moon
Francis Reddy
5. Mars: The Red Wanderer
Francis Reddy
6. Distant Giants: Jupiter and Saturn