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Código:HR 520 ENE-DIC 1955 ST [Colección Mario Sotillo]
Ubicación:UCSP - Sucre
Autor Personal:Sky Publishing Corporation
TítuloSky and telescope
Ciudad: Boston
Editorial: Sky Publishing Corporation
Año: 1955
Descripción:126 páginas; il. 29 cm.
Notas:F.I. 17/10/2016
Palabras Claves:ASTRONOMÍA;
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Términos Locales:Astronomía - Revistas;
Idioma : Inglés;
Encabezados Geográficos:

Código:HR 520 ENE-DIC 1955 ST [Colección Mario Sotillo]
100:Sky Publishing Corporation
245Sky and telescope
260:Boston: Sky Publishing Corporation: 1955:
300:126 páginas; il. 29 cm.
500:F.I. 17/10/2016
650:ASTRONOMÍA;
653Astronomía - Revistas; Idioma : Inglés

Sky Publishing Corporation. Sky and telescope. -- . --Boston: Sky Publishing Corporation: 1955. # Ingreso:1051150

   126 páginas; il..29 cm..

1. - January 1955 N° 3 V. XIV CONTENTS Cover: A. S. Getten, designerand instrument maker at the California Academy of sciences, adjustsone of the prisms in his optical projection orrey now in use at the Morrison planetarium. APPLICATIONS OF THE ROCKET ENGINE Frederick I. Ordway MOTIONS IN GASEOUS NEBULAE Otto Struve A PROVISIONAL LIST OF THE MAJOR METEOR SHOWERS Peter M. Millman TWO PROJECTION DEVICES FOR THE MORRISON PLANETARIUM Leon E. Salanave GRAPHIC TIME TABLE OF THE HEAVENS 1955 Maryland Academy odf science AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS BOOKS AND THE SKY Die sterne Duerfet lhr Verschwenden The navigator’s packet Almanac 1955 GLEANINGS FR ATM’S Notes on basic optics XI A focusing eyepiece holder HERE AND THERE WITH AMATEURS NEWS NOTES Dorrit Hoffleit OBSERVER’S PACE The lunar appulse of January 8th Double star 45 geminorum Deep – Sky wonders PLANETARIUM NOTES SKY AND TESCHER Books for Amateurs – Continued SOUTHERS STARS STAR FOR JANUARY FEBRUARY 1955 N° 4 V. XIV CONTENTS COVER: The 12 ½ inch Newtonian cassegrainnian reflector at doreddie observatory, Puerto, colo, is mounted in a second-floor addition to E. D. onstott’s house; the room serves as a combination observatory and den. The view is from the east side of the pier. Photograph by E.D. Rickords THE POLE OF ROTATION OF VENUS BASIS OBSERVING PROGRAMS AND THE FUTURE Jhon B. Irwin LIFE ON OTHER WORDLS Otto struve THE LONG ECLIPSE JUNE 20 1955 MARTIAN PHENOMENA SUGGESTING VOLCANIC ACTIVITY – Tsuneo Saheki ADVENTURING IN THE VIRGO CLOUD Leland s. Copeland AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK Schroeter’s Observations of mars BOOKS AND THE SKY Space travel Nebuleuses Galactiques et matiere Interstellaire GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S The doreddie observatory Aclock-driven portable refractor NEWS NOTES – Dorrit hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE Daylight observations of planets and stars Deep sky wonders Stars for February Feature picture: a PORTION OF THE SKY IN THE CONSTELLATIONS OF Virgo and Coma Berenices, showing numerous galaxies, from a negative made with the 24 inch jewett Schmidt telescope. Harvard Observati¿ory photograph MARCH 1955 N° 5 V. XIV CONTENTS COVER: a VIEW THROUGH THE LOWER PART OF THE SLIT IN THE 96- FOOT DOME OF THE 120- INCH REFLECTOR AT LICK OBSERVATORY, Mt. Hamilton, Calif. The main part of the shutter has been opened upward over the back of the dome; the lower sections are 17 feet high and are seen partly opened. To gain access to the prime-focus cage at the upper end of the telescope tube, an observer rides the slit elevator or platform which is here seen partway up the slit. Safety wings protect the observer as he steps through the door of this platform to the cage. Lick observatory photograph taken April 3 1952, by J.F. Chappell A TRIP TO MT. HAMILTON THE LICK 120-INCH REFLECTOR LICK OBSERVATORY 120-INCH ALBUM J.F. Chappell and W. W. ALBUM SOME PHOTOELECTRIC PROBLEMS – Otto AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Well- known eastern Amateur Astronomer Dies BOOKS AND THE SKY Astrophysics Sir Isaac newton GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S Notes on basic optics XII A hint for telescope users Experiences of a 13 –year old telescope maker NEWS NOTES – Dorrit hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE Observing eclipses of Jupiter’s satellites Photographing an Asteroid Deep sky wonders SKY AND TEACHER Support for research SOUTHERN STARS STARS FOR MARCH APRIL 1955 N° 6 V. XIV CONTENTS COVER: Jackson t. Carle of Fresno Calif. Adjusts the driving mechanism of his 8-inch telescope constructed by him and William Schaefer of Inglewood, Calif. Mr. Crle made the mirror; its 90 –inch focal length is excellent for lunar and planetary observing, and double stars can be split to or below 06. Second of arc. The tube is in two sections, and the mounting may be taken apart for auto-operate from 110 volt alternating current or from a 6 –volt. Auto battery using an inverter. The entire telescope cost less than $ 100 in cash – plus several hundred hours of work NOTES ON THE ECLIPSE THREE RIDDLES OF PLATO – Jackson T. carle SOME ASTRONOMICAL APPLICATIONS OF IMAGE CONVERTERS – Otto STRUVE LICK OBSERVATORY 120 INCH ALBUM J.F. Chappell and W.W. Baustian THE MEANING OF BETELGEUSE – George a. Davis Jr. AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK The Sadler – Smyth scandal BOOKS AND THE SKY Time Counts Transactions of the international astronomical union The Microphysical word GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S A second telescope A hint for telescope user’s Come michaelmas LETTERS NEWS NOTES – Dorrit hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE A conjunction of jupiters and Uranus Visual Magnitudes of some messier objects PLANETARIUM NOTES STARS FOR APRIL Feature picture: A portion of the moon surrounding plato, from a Photograph taken on October 26 1937 by J.H. Moore and J.F. Chappell, using the visual focus of the 36-inch refractor. Lick Observatory photograph MAY 1955 V. XIV N° 7 CONTENTS COVER: The Lick observatory 120 –inch building and dome, photographed on December 23, 1954. The overhead shutter is raised to the other side of the dome and the bi-parting shutters are open. The slit elevator is seen part-way uo the slit opening. The upper part of the telescope is visible inside the dome; theprime –focus unit and observer’s cage are in place at the top of the tube. Lick observatory photograph by j.F. Chappell MORE ECLIPSE NOTES COUNTING PHOTONS –ONE BY ONE – William A. Baum a 60 FOOT RADIO TELESCOPE FOR HARVARD OBSERVATORY LICK OBSERVATORY 120 – INCH ALBUM J.F. Chappell and W.W. Baustian THE DUPLICITY OF NOVA HERCULIS- Otto struve HOW LONG TOTALLY? MONTEVIDEO PLANETARIUM INAGURATED Nigel o’c Wolff AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Further notes about the Seattle convention BOOKS AND THE SKY Field book of the Sky Erforschung der struktur und entwicklung der Sternsysteme All about the stars Relativity for the Layman GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S Notes on basic optics XII Some aids to collimating a Newtonian An ambitions realizated Chicago society begins large reflector HERE AND THERE WITH AMATEURS LETTERS NEWS NOTES – Dorrit hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE SKY AND TEACHER TEACHING EQUIPMENT FOR INTRODUCTORY COURSES STARS FOR MAY JUNE 1955 V. XIV N° 8 CONTENTS COVER: This portrait photograph of the late Albert Einstein formed the frontispiece of a 1933 French translation of three of Albert’s papers. The photograph is by CL. Suse-Byk. A MERGER OF SOLAR RESEARCH ACTIVITIES THE FOUNDER OF RELATIVITY WHY SHOULD AN ASTRONOMER STUDY RELATIVITY G.C. Mcvittie AMERICAN ASTRONOMICAL REPORT AMERICAN ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY GROUP PHOTOGRAPH GLOBULAR CLUSTERS AND THEIR HISTORY Otto struve COUNTING PHOTONS – ONE BY ONE – William A. Baum AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Southeast convention held in Decatur Northeast Regional Convention in Troy Blair Medal award at western convension ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK Other satellites of the Earth BOOKS AND THE SKY Exploring mars The mathematical practitioners of Tudor and Stuart England New world planisphere GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S An electric portable reflector How much does temperature rise durig polishing? NEWS NOTES – Dorrit hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE Epsilon Aurigae Begin two-year eclipse SOUTHERN STARS STARS FOR JUNE Feature picture: The global star cluster Messier 13, NGC 6205, in Hercules, photographed with the 200 –inch hale telescope. A chart showing some stars for which magnitudes are known is on page 334. Mount Wilson and palomar Observatories photograph. JULY 1955 V. XIV N° 9 CONTENTS COVER: PhotographS of mars taken in 1954 by E.C. SLIPPHER, OF THE LOWELL OBSERVATORY, ON AN EXPEDITION TO THE LAMONT-HUSSEY OBSERVATORY, JOHANNESBURG, South Africa. He used a 27-inch refractor. From left to right, the pictures of the upper row are in red, yellow, and orange light on june 13th july 4th, and july 9th, respectively. The pictures in the lower row are in blue light, on the same dates as those above. BOYDEN STATION RESEARCH TO CONTINUE NEW FINDINGS ABOUT MARS –William M. Sinton THE STAR OF SMALLEST KNOWN MASS Sarah Lee Lippincott MORE ON GLOBULAR CLUSTERS – Otto STRUVE AMERICAN ASTRONOMERS REPORT AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Charlie M. Noble lanetarium Dedicated Correspondence among great plains amateurs BOOKS AND THE SKY A guide to the planets Our American weather Physics of the planet mars Climatic change GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S Notes on basic optics –XIV A six year telescope making project NEWS NOTES – Dorrit hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE An amateur photograph the moon Deep sky wonders SKY AND TEACHER Astronomiy in the colleges Stars for july FEATURE PICTURE: The Milky Way in scorpius, photographed at the boyden station with a roos-tessar 3-inch lens, exposure three hours. Harvard observatory photograph. AUGUST 1955 V. XIV N° 10 CONTENTS COVER: The south façade of the holcomb observatory and planetarium on the butler university campus in Indianapolis showing the main entrance and the dome of the 38-inch reflector atop the tower. Butler university photograph. JUNE ECLIPSE OBSERVERS PARTLY SUCCESSFUL INDIANA’S NEW OBSERVATORY AND PLANETARIUM Hrry E. crull THE REMARKABLE VARIABLE AI VELORUM – Otto Struve AMERICAN ASTRONOMERS REPORT EXPERIMENTS CONCERNING LUNAR FORMATIONS Ingolf ruud AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Three regional conventions held in may and june Variable star observers meet in Pittsburgh Allyn J. Thompson dies ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK The shadow of an astronomer BOOKS AND THE SKY Meteor astronomy Astronomy Physical meteorology Suns, myths and men GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S A simple German Mounting New Orleans reflactor Gear combinations for drives NEWS NOTES – Dorrit hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE A simple magnitude-measuring experiment The new comet mrkos Deep sky wonders PLANETARIUM NOTES SOUTHERN STARS STARS FOR AUGUST FEATURE PICTURE: a portion of the moon at last quarter Photographed by J. H. moore and J.F. Chappell using the visual focus of the 36-inch refractor at lick observatory. SEPTEMBER 1955 V. XIV N° 11 CONTENTS COVER: At the astronomical league convention in seattle in july lewis mac-farlane described the public observing program he conducted to raise money for his 8-inch reflector. About 10 days later mr. Macfarlane became codiscoverer of a new comet(story on this page). The telecope is made up of of surplus parts and odds and ends. The mounting is a slow-motion assembly in itself; the declination axis is mounted on the face of a large 200-tooth gear that turns the telescope in right ascension, the small gear attached to the slow-motion cable has 12 teeth. COMET 1955 ECLIPSE IN THE PHILIPPINES ECLIPSE IN CEYLON J.M. Chamberlain and Owen Gingerich AMATEURS CONVENE AT SEATTLE SOME UNUSUAL SHORT PERIOD VARIABLES – Otto Struve AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Peoria academy of science observatory Columbus amateurs Denver conference BOOKS AND THE SKY The crime of galileo Rocket exploration of the upper atmosphere Introduction of the upper atmosphere GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S Notes on basic optics XV Junior telescope kits Traveling club telescope A surveyor’s transit you can build HERE AND THERE WITH AMATEURS NEWS NOTES – Dorrit hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE Photographing comet mrkos Deep sky wonders STARS FOR SEPTEMBER FEATURE PICTURE: Totality on June 20, 1955, photographed at mid-eclipse from Quezon City, Philippines. Philippine weather bureau photograph. OCTOBER 1955 V. XIV N° 12 CONTENTS COVER: Dunsink observatory, the oldest in Ireland, stands on a hilltop near Dublin. On the roof of the main building is the dome of its largest telescope, a new 2/8-inch reflector; 9in the foreground si the housing of the century-old 12 –inch refractor DUNSINK OBSERVATORY – THEN AND NOW THE INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL UNION Otto STRUVE A MODEL OF THE SOLAR NEIGHBORHOOD A.E. Whitford J.W. Slowey STARS NEARER THAN FIVE PARSECS – Peter van de Kamp CRIMEAN ASTROPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY – A.B. SEVERNY AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS A publics planetarium for st Louis Stellafane in 1955 ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK The cornets on the chevalier d’angos BOOKS AND THE SKY The vinking rocket story Optical glassworking Vocational and professional monographs: Astronomy GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S The doreddie observatory Aclock-driven portable refractor NEWS NOTES – Dorrit hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE Daylight observations of planets and stars Deep sky wonders SOUTHERN STARS STARS FOR OCTOBER INDEX TO VOLUMEN XIV NOVEMBER 1955 V. XV N° 1 CONTENTS COVER: THE INVENTOR OF THE COMA –FREE REFLECTING TELESCOPE, Bernhard Schmidt (1879-1935), is here seen at work in his shop in the basement of the hamburg observatory, at bergedorf, Germany. The picture was taken in 1928. LUNAR MOUNTAIN HEIGHTS FROM THE LIFE OF BERNHARD SCHMIDT A.A. Waschmann THE NEW SCHMIDT TELESCOPE OF THE HAMBURG OBSERVATORY – O. Heckmann WORLD ASTRONAUTS MEET IN DENMARK Frederick I. Ordway II, and heyward E. canney Jr. AXIAL ROTATION AND STELLAR EVOLUTION Otto struve JODRELL BANK SYMPOSIUM ON RADIO ASTRONOMY Bart J. Bok AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Western amateurs Yosemite convetion successful BOOKS AND THE SKY The earth as a planet GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S The doreddie observatory Aclock-driven portable refractor NEWS NOTES – Dorrit hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE Commentary and other observations Photoelectric magnitudes of Pleiades stars Deep sky wonder Flares on the moon SKY AND TEACHER Getting to be a n astronomer STARS FOR NOVEMBER FEATURE PICTURE: The north America nebula in Cygnus NGC 7000, photographed by Bernhard Schmidt on December 21, 1932 with his newly invented coma-free reflector. The exposure time was 1 ¼ hours at f/ 1.75. Hamburg Observatory photograph. DECEMBER 1955 V. XV N° 2 CONTENTS COVER: The 12 ½ inch Newtonian cassegrainnian reflector at doreddie observatory, Puerto, colo, is mounted in a second-floor addition to E. D. onstott’s house; the room serves as a combination observatory and den. The view is from the east side of the pier. Photograph by E.D. Rickords THE WELL-INFORMED AMATEUR REPORT FROM DUBLIN – Frank K. Edmondson OBSERVATORY IN PATAGONIA Comdr. Guillermo O. Wallbrecher COSMIC RAY CONFERENCE IN MEXICO H.C. van Hulst THE EVOLUTION OF CLOSE BINARY STARS – Otto Struve PROGRESS AT HERSTMONCEUX SOME NOTES FROM THE IAU MEETING AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS Variable star observers hold 44th fall meeting Rocky mountain conference Joint regional convemntion in louiville Ohio observatory reopened ASTRONOMICAL SCRAPBOOK Lohrmann’s atlass of the moon BOOKS AND THE SKY Optical worshop principles Binoculars, telescopes and telescopic sights GLEANINGS FOR ATM’S A 6-inch Newtonian with hydraulic drive An objective prism for a small telescope NEWS NOTES – Dorrit Hoffleit OBSERVER’S PAGE Some amateur photographs of perseid meteors The differential method of using setting crcles Deep sky wonders PLANETARIUM NOTES SOUTHERN STARS STARS FOR DECEMBER FEATURE PICTURE: The head of halley’s comet photographed with the 60-inch mount Wilson reflector on May 8, 1910 mount Wilson and palomar observatories photograph.

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