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Código:HR 520 ENE-DIC 1970 ST [Colección Mario Sotillo]
Ubicación:UCSP - Sucre
Autor Personal:Sky Publishing Corporation
TítuloSky and telescope
Ciudad: Boston
Editorial: Sky Publishing Corporation
Año: 1970
Descripción:Varias páginas; 29 cm.
Notas:F.I. 17/10/2016
Palabras Claves:ASTRONOMÍA;
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Términos Locales:Astronomìa - Revista;
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Código:HR 520 ENE-DIC 1970 ST [Colección Mario Sotillo]
100:Sky Publishing Corporation
245Sky and telescope
260:Boston: Sky Publishing Corporation: 1970:
300:Varias páginas; 29 cm.
500:F.I. 17/10/2016
650:ASTRONOMÍA;
653Astronomìa - Revista

Sky Publishing Corporation. Sky and telescope. -- . --Boston: Sky Publishing Corporation: 1970. # Ingreso:1051144

   Varias páginas; 29 cm..

JANUARY 1970 V. 39 N° 1 CONTENTS Cover: Two iiews of satur showing belts on the planet and intensity differences in the rings. The top on ewas taken on august 30, 1969, at 11:33:05 Universal time with the 61-inch reflector of the lunar and planetary laboratory. Compare the bottom photograph (octuber 25, 1969 at 8:15:57 ut) with the black –and –white reproductions on page 56, which show the new spot high in saturn’s southern hemisphere. Both color photographs were made at f/45, the first a one-second exposure on ektachrome-EF, and other two seconds on ektachrome-X. University of Arizona photographs by S.M. Larson INTERSTELLAR MASERS – Dale F. Dickinson Marvin M. Litvak, and Benjamin M. Zuckerman THE SEND-OFF OF APOLLO 12 Robert Hillenbrand THE LATEST APOLLO’S EXPERIMENTS THE COMPOSITION OF SATURN’S RINGS THE PLANETARY NEBULAE – IX Lawrence H. Aller TRAVEL AND ECLIPSE SITE GUIDE FOR MEXICO THE SPIRAL STRUCTURE OF OUR GALAXY – II Bart J. Bok DOUBLE STAR SPECIALISTS MEET Sarah Lee Lippincott EVENTS OF 1970 IN THE GRAPHIC TIME TABLE Maryland Academy of sciences A MESSIER ALBUM – 33 John H. Mallas and Evered kreimer AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Eclipse Survey for the Astronomical League Russell C. Maag BOOK AND THE SKY Edmond Halley: Genius in eclipse Eclipse phenomena in Astronomy L’Astronomie expérimentale CELESTIAL CALENDAR Occultation highlights – January-April, 1970 David w. Dunham GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s A test for figuring cassegrain secondary mirrors John L. Richter NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE New White spot on Saturn A Naked-Eye sunspot Group See in October and November Deep-Sky Wonders –Walter scott Houston November leonid Meteors Observed RAMBLING THROUGH JANUARY SKIES FEBRUARY 1970 V. 39 N° 2 CONTENTS Cover: The two largest telescopes currently in operation in Europe. At left is the soviet 102-inch reflector at the Crimean astrophysical observatory, this picture was taken by Dale P. Cruikshank. At right is the 98- inch Isaac Newton reflector of the royal Greenwich Observatory in England. It will be visited during the August assembly of the International astronomical Union. photograph by C.A. Federer, Jr. A PLANETARY ASTRONOMER VISIT THE SOVIET UNION Dale P. Cruikshank ROSTER OF SPACE ACTIVITY V.M. SLIPHER’S TRAILBLAZING CAREER John S. Hall PARTIAL PHASES OF THE MARCH ECLIPSE IAU TO CONVENE IN ENGLAND AMERICAN ASTRONOMERS REPORT THE APOLO 12 EXPLORERS ON THE MOON Robert Hillenbrand THE 236-INCH SOVIET REFLECTOR – Valery Lutsky BEYOND THE NGC CATALOGUE HALLEY’S COMET IN 1682 – J. CLASSEN A MESSIER ALBUM – 33 John H. Mallas and Evered kreimer AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS An amateur visit Japan – Roger W. Tuthill ASTRONOMICAL SCRABOOK The Field of Arcturus BOOK AND THE SKY Living in space – the bowl of night Exploration of the Universe: Brief edition Stellar spectroscopy: Normal stars CELESTIAL CALENDAR GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s A spectroscope attachment for viewing solar prominences Jack B. Newton Hints on eclipse instrumentation for photography LETTERS NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE Optical observations of Apollo 12 Deep-Sky Wonders –Walter scott Houston Recording Shadow bands at the march eclipse Edgar m. paulton Combing camera lenses for solar photography Anatole Boyko RAMBLING THROUGH FEBRUARY SKIES SOUTHERS STARS MARCH 1970 V. 39 N° 3 CONTENTS Cover: An enlarged view of typical lunar soil in the Apollo 11 sample studied at the smith sonian astrophysical observatory, where this photograph was made. The scale is indiacted by the diagonal lines at lower right, one millimeter apart. See page 145 for a key chart identifying each fragment. FINDINGS FROM A SAMPLE OF LUNAR MATERIAL THE CHROMOSPHERE –CORONA TRANSITION REGION G.W. Pneuman SPECTRA OF COMET TAGO-SATO-KOSAKA Francois Dossin THE LOST CITY METEORITE FALL Richard E. McCrosky THE LOST CITY METEORITE – A DEEP-SPACE PROBE FOR COSMIC RAYS –Edward L. Fireman AMERICAN ASTRONOMERS REPORT THE PLANETARY NEBULAE – X Lawrence H. Aller SCIENTISTS’ ECLIPSE GOALS A MESSIER ALBUM – 35 John H. Mallas and Evered kreimer AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS A club observatory in California – Bill Fisher BOOK AND THE SKY Our Blue planet Atmospheric emissions Beyond the Milky Way Exploring the Atmosphere CELESTIAL CALENDAR GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s On making a channeled pitch lap – Jackson t. Carle A folded herschelian off-Axis reflector – Joseph R. Pawlick An inexpensive pipe mounting – Garrett A. Wimer NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE Comet tago-sato-kosaka The Double star Burnham 800 A convenient stand for high-power binoculars Hyman Roche Geminid meteors in 1969 Deep-Sky Wonders –Walter scott Houston RAMBLING THROUGH MARCH SKIES APRIL 1970 V. 39 N° 4 CONTENTS Cover: Hale observatories’ new solar station stands 800 feet from the shoreline in big Bear lake, 100 miles east of los Angeles in the san Bernardino Mountains. The $600, 00 installation has a special multiple telescope for studies of the sun’s surface. Photograph by Harold Zirin. FIRST ECLIPSE REPORTS THE BIG BEAR SOLAR OBSERVATORY Harold Zirin THE PLANETARY NEBULAE – XI Lawrence H. Aller RESULTS OF APOLLO 11 RESEARCH PHOTOS OF COMET 1969g FROM CERRO TOLOLO THE COMING TRANSIT OF MERCURY CELESTIAL PHOTOGRAPHY WITH FIBER-OPTICS IMAGE TUBE – Paul W. Hodge A MESSIER ALBUM – 36 John H. Mallas and Evered kreimer AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK How S. W. Burnham became an astronomer BOOK AND THE SKY Edmond Halley: Genius in eclipse Eclipse phenomena in Astronomy L’Astronomie expérimentale CELESTIAL CALENDAR GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s A phoenix amateur’s 12 ½ -inch Schmidt-cassegrain Max kaufman LETTERS NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE Comet 1969G observed around the world Partial lunar eclipse observed Deep-Sky Wonders –Walter scott Houston Quadrantid meteors in 1970 – Keith B. Hindley RAMBLING THROUGH APRIL SKIES SOUTHERN STARS MAY 1970 V. 39 N° 5 CONTENTS Cover: The partial and total phases of the march 7th solar eclipse as recorded by MAURICE e. Snook of state college, Pennsylvania. Some observers and their equipment are William C. Atkinson of Weston, Massachusetts by Bruce Graham; and John Gregory of Stamford, Connecticut. WITH THE ECLIPSE EXPENDITIONS IN MEXICO Robert little and leif J. Robinson TOTAL ECLIPSE ALONG THE EASTERN SEABOARD THE AMERICAN SPACE PROGRAM FOR THE 1970’s ARTIFICIAL STARS IN A TEACHING LABORATORY David Clarke THE PLANETARY NEBULAE – XII Lawrence H. Aller SPECIAL FEATURE: A COLORFUL TOTAL ECLIPSE A MESSIER ALBUM – 37 John H. Mallas and Evered kreimer AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Eclipse Observers in florida and Georgia –Dennis Milon BOOK AND THE SKY High-energy astrophysics Practical work in elementary astronomy CELESTIAL CALENDAR Occultation highlights – January-April, 1970 David w. Dunham GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s A slitless spectrograph for the flash spectrum William C. Atkinson LETTERS NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE PARTIAL- Eclipse Observations on March 7th Deep-Sky Wonders –Walter scott Houston Comet Bennett’s fine show More about the new star RAMBLING THROUGH MAY SKIES JUNE 1970 V. 39 N° 6 CONTENTS Cover: On April 3rd, James P. barbato and Lawrence J. Bibeau at Hubbardston, Massachusetts, took this 18-minute exposure of comet Bennett 1969i, begginnig at 3:25 am. Eastern standar time they used a 135 mm. pentax telephoto lens on a mamiya camera body and high speed ektachrome at ASA 160. The comet’s main tail extends over 10 degrees out the top of the picture. Both color photographs were made at f/45, the first a one-second exposure on ektachrome-EF, and other two seconds on ektachrome-X. University of Arizona photographs by S.M. Larson THE MARCH ECLIPSE ROCKET PROGRAM AT WALLOPS ISLAND – Carl A. Accardo APOLLO 13 MAKES IT BACK TO EARTH THE GREAT COMET OF 1970 THE HIGH ALTITUDE OBSERVATORY’S 1970 ECLIPSE EXPEDITION – Roger A. Kopp THE LATEST FLIGHT OF STRATOSCOPE II THE PLANETARY NEBULAE – XII Lawrence H. Aller A MESSIER ALBUM – 38 John H. Mallas and Evered kreimer AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK S.W. Burnham’s lick and Yerkes years BOOK AND THE SKY Star performance Stellar astronomy CELESTIAL CALENDAR Honda’s latest Nova GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s An amateur-Built precision mirror testes – john J. Woerner A portable 6-inch Dalla-Kirkham and Celestial camera Karl Moll LETTERS NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE AUTOMATIC PHOTOGRAPHY OF ECLIPSING VARIABLES –g.o. Rawstron Notes on some recent auroras Deep-Sky Wonders –Walter scott Houston RAMBLING THROUGH JUNE SKIES SOUTHERS STARS INDEX TO VOLUMEN 39 JULY 1970 V. 40 N° 1 CONTENTS Cover: At the old royal observatory, Grenwich, England, some of the world’s most famous astronomical building have been restored as a public museum. At lower left (north) a group of visitors is standing along the Greenwich meridian of 0° longitude, wich extends through the open shutters of the airy transit circle room (center9. Earlier meridians were to the right, as shown by comparing these building with the façade on page 7. At upper right, seen over the trees of Greenwich Park, is the planetarium, national maritime Museum photograph by Brian Tremain, Crown copyright reserved. RESTORATION AT GREENWICH OBSERVATORY Derek Howse THE SPAR TELESCOPE OF LOCKHEED SOLAR OBSERVATORY George A. Carroll SPACE NEWS ROUNDUP THE ELECTRONIC PULSARIUM Stephen P. Maran, Frederick C. Hallberg, and Ernest W. Nyberg FINDING FROM MERCURY’S TRANSIT Joseph Ashbrook THE PLANETARY NEBULAE – XIV Lawrence H. Aller RIVERSIDE TELESCOPE MEETING A MESSIER ALBUM – 39 John H. Mallas and Evered kreimer AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS BOOK AND THE SKY Atlas of commentary forms Isophotometric atlas of comets Supernovae The elements and structure of the physical sciences CELESTIAL CALENDAR GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s Hints on planetary photography for amateurs – I R.B. Minton Clear weather over Nashville – A.M. Heiser Deep-Sky Wonders –Walter scott Houston RAMBLING THROUGH JULY SKIES AUGUST 1970 V. 40 N° 2 CONTENTS Cover: James H. Trexler of Oxon Hill Maryland, traveled to sandridge, Virginia, to photograph the march 7th solar eclipse. He used a 4-inch lens of 62-inch focus for this one-second exposure on 4 x 5 professional Ektacolor, Type L. the film was printed with an exposure of 43 seconds for the moon, and 25 second for the corona. Further eclipse reports are pages 72 and 77 of this issue. ECLIPSE PHOTOGRAPHY WITH A NEW COLOR FILM Charles W. Wyckoff and Peter R. Leavitt LABORATORY EXERCISES IN ASTRONOMY – SPECTRAL CLASSIFICATION Owen Gingerich MORE MARCH 7th ECLIPSE RESULTS PLANS FOR PIONEER FLIGHTS TO JUPITER STELLAS ROTATION AND ATMOSPHERIC MOTIONS –I Margherita Hack THE NEW RING OF SATURN Pierre Guérin AMERICAN ASTRONOMER REPORT ABOUT AZIMUTH SUNDIALS Hermann Egger A MESSIER ALBUM – 40 John H. Mallas and Evered kreimer ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK S.W. Burnham’s lick and Yerkes years BOOK AND THE SKY Gravitation and the universe The planet Jupiter Cosmic electrodynamics Star Atlas of reference stars and nonstellar Objects The velocity of light and radio waves CELESTIAL CALENDAR GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s A Chinese 9-inch semiportable reflector – K.L, Liu Improving the performance of a large instrument J. Dexter Eoff NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE Hints on planetary photography for amateurs –II R.B. Minton RAMBLING THROUGH AUGUST SKIES SOUTHERS STARS SEPTEMBER 1970 V. 40 N° 3 CONTENTS Cover: e. Ken Owen stands beside his observatory in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma A 10-inch reflector with a variety of observing and photographic accessories is protected when not in use by a counterpoised canopy. The large oil storage tanks upper left have removed since this picture was taken. Details of the observatory’s construction are given in the article beginning on page 169. IMAGE TUBE OBSERVATIONS AT CERRO TOLOLO Merle F. Walker AMERICAN ASTRONOMERS REPORT STELLAR ROTATION AND ATMOSPHERIC MOTIONS –II Margherita Hack SKYLAB SCHEDULED FOR 1972 ASTRONOMICAL LEAGUE CONVENES IN ROCHESTER Paul A. Valleli A MESSIER ALBUM – 41 John H. Mallas and Evered kreimer AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Michigan amateurs dedicate two-domed observatory David L. Debruyn BOOK AND THE SKY Star performance Stellar astronomy CELESTIAL CALENDAR Occultation Highlights – September-December, 1970 David W. Dunham GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s A 10-inch Newtonian with counterpoised canopy E. Ken Owen LETTERS NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE Shadow bands and the March solar eclipse –I Deep-Sky Wonders –Walter scott Houston RAMBLING THROUGH SEPTEMBER SKIES OCTOBER 1970 V. 40 N° 4 CONTENTS Cover: officers and members of the executive committee of the international astronomical union – former, current and newly elected –pose in the garden of the royal pavilion, brighton, England, after the closing session of the IAU’s 14th general assembly on August 27, 1970. See page 200 for individual indifications. Sky and telescope photograph IAU BRIGHTON ASSEMBLY VISIT TO STONEHENGE AND HERTMONCEUX A NORTH DAKOTA OBSERVATORY AND WEATHER STATION J.Ronald Eyton THE APOLO TELESCOPE MOUNT STELLAS RATATION AND ATMOSPHERIC MOTIONS –III Margherita Hack AUGUST 16TH LUNAR ECLIPSE AND AURORA A FLARE STAR IN MESSIER 6 Gustav A. Bakos LUNAR LANDSLIDES Philip Jan Cannon AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Notes on the 36th meeting at stellafane ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK Eduard Vogel and his travels BOOK AND THE SKY The theory of stellar spectra Exploring space with a camera Wonder and glory: the story of the universe CELESTIAL CALENDAR Chi Cygni: A famous long-period variable GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s An amateur-Built precision mirror testes – john J. Woerner A portable 6-inch Dalla-Kirkham and Celestial camera LETTERS NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE Shadow bands and the March solar eclipse – II Andrew T. Young Pluto Will Transit two galaxies in October James W. Young RAMBLING THROUGH OCTOBER SKIES SOUTHERS STARS NOVEMBER 1970 V. 40 N° 5 CONTENTS Cover: The crab nebula in Taurus is the remnant of a supernova explosion in A.D. 1054. Near its center is a star that is the only pulsar that has beeb optically identified. Our present knowledge of these strange objects is reviewed by Louis C. Green on page 260. This photographwith the 200 inch PULSARS TODAT – I Lousi C. Green NAMES ON THE BACK OF THE MOON MOLECULES IN THE INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM – I Lewis E. Snyder and David Buhl LUNA 16’s SUCCESSFUL MISSION NEW RADAR MPAS OF VENUS MAUNA KEA OBERVATORY DEDICATED HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SACRAMENTO CONVENTION THE IAU VISIT JODRELL BANK SPECIAL FEATURE: NASA LUNAR CHART AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS A texas amateur’s domed observatory – Ernest R. Green BOOK AND THE SKY Geology of the moon The telescope makers The stars: their structure and evolution Dictionary of scientific biography CELESTIAL CALENDAR VY Canis majoris: A unique variable GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s Fork- mounted telescope with dual yepiece positions Robert p. Jensen A short-focus 12 ½ inch Newtonian telescope Donal Watts NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE New White spot on Saturn A Naked-Eye sunspot Group See in October and November Deep-Sky Wonders –Walter scott Houston Notes on the 1970 perseid shower RAMBLING THROUGH NOVEMBER SKIES DECEMBER 1970 V. 40 N° 6 CONTENTS Cover: At effelsberg in the eifel mountains 40 kilometers west of Bonn, West Germany, stands this great radio telescope, a steerable paraboloid ( altazimuth mounted) with an aperture of 100 meters for wavelengths as short as 5 centimeters and of 80 meters for work down to 1.2 centimeters. Stil in the final stages of construction, it will commence operating next year, photograph by Max planck institute for radio astronomy. THE NEW BONN 100-METER RADIO TELESCOPE O. Hachenberg AN OUTSTANDING SOLAR ASTRONOMER MOLECULES IN THE INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM – II Lewis E. Snyder and David Buhl ANOTHER ORBITING ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY ASTRONOMICAL NOTES FROM BRIGHTON PULSARS TODAY – II Louis C. Green AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Oriental astronomical association meets in Kyoto Takeshi Sato AAVSO Hold its 59th fall meeting ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK The story of a lost planet: 155 scylla BOOK AND THE SKY The making of an ex- astronaut Early solar physics Radio astrophysics CELESTIAL CALENDAR Su touri: An unpredictable variable Meteor shower at the turn of the year GLEANINGS FOR ATM’s A versatile overarm mirror-grinding machine Paul R. Zurakowski and friz Kolberg NEWS NOTES OBSERVER’S PAGE Deep-Sky Wonders –Walter scott Houston Observers’ Notebook A mid-october auroral display RAMBLING THROUGH DECEMBER SKIES SOUTHERN STARS INDEX TO VOLUME 40

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