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Código:HR 520 ENE-DIC 1987 ASTRONOMY [Colección Mario Sotillo]
Ubicación:UCSP - Sucre
Autor Personal:Astromedia
TítuloAstronomy
Ciudad: Milwaukee
Editorial: Astromedia
Año: 1987
Descripción:varias paginaciones; ils., fots., figs 29 cm.
ISSN:0091-6358
Notas:F.I. 13/12/2016
Palabras Claves:ASTRONOMÍA;
Términos Locales:Astronomía - Revista;
Encabezados Geográficos:

Código:HR 520 ENE-DIC 1987 ASTRONOMY [Colección Mario Sotillo]
100:Astromedia
245Astronomy
260:Milwaukee: Astromedia: 1987:
300:varias paginaciones; ils., fots., figs 29 cm.
022:0091-6358
500:F.I. 13/12/2016
650:ASTRONOMÍA
653Astronomía - Revista

Astromedia. Astronomy. -- . --Milwaukee: Astromedia: 1987. # Ingreso:1052713

   varias paginaciones; ils., fots., figs.29 cm..

ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 1 - JANUARY 1987 - Return to Jupiter By Gary L. Bennett - Visit the nearest stars By Ken croswell FORUM - Continuing the tradition: Amateur astronomers and the space telescope first, find your spider The universo from british Columbia IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES GAZER’S GAZETTE - The quadrantids: Bright prospects for 1987 By Philip M. Bagnall PHOTOGRAPHY IN ASTRONOMY - Astrophotography without a telescope By Jim Baungardt EQUIPMENT ATLAS - How I built a real live telescope By Edgar Doleman ASTRONOMY REVIEWS ASTROMART GAZER’S GAZETTE - Observing the elusive comet Wilson By Alan Hale ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR STELLAR FRONTIERS - The eye’s view of comet Halley By Charles S. Morris THE BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Camelopardalis ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 2 - FEBRUARY 1987 - Has cosmology become metaphysical? By Tony Rothman and George Ellis FORUM - A CHILD’S PERSPECTIVE OF Halley’s comet how to teach (and learn) astronomy? Write a column! The case against mars How much is that comet? IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES EQUIPMENT ATLAS - What time is it? By Richard C. Walter PHOTOGRAPHY IN ASTRONHOMY - Shooting galaxies from the suburbs By Clive Gibbons EYE ON THE SKY - Mercury in the evening sky By Robert Burnham GAZER’S GAZETTE - The planets of summer By Jeff Kanipe ASTRONOMY REVIEWS ASTROMART ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR STELLAR FRONTIERS - Sculpting the moon By Michael T. Kitt THE BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Vela/pyxis ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 3 - MARCH 1987 - The changing face of mars By Michael Carroll FORUM - Halley in Heidelberg, planets in Paris IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES ASTRONOMY REVIEWS GAZER’S GAZETTE - Touring the stellar cycle By Edmund Fortier EYE ON THE SKY - The sun overtakes Jupiter By Robert Burnham EQUIPMENT ATLAS - Gearing up for summer Deep-Sky observing By David J. Eicher PHOTOGRAPHY IN ASTRONOMY - hidden images: Dissecting bright nebulae By Robert Reeves ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR ASTROMART STELLAR FRONTIERS - Star trek Part one: The adventure begins By David Darling THE BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Cancer/Hydra ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 4 - APRIL 1987 - Betelgeuse By David H. Levy and Peter Jedicke - IUE: Nine years of astronomy By Lys Ann Shore FORUM - The last days of Richard Carrington Hot tub astronomy: A fire on the moon The scientific and cultural herifage of allegherry observatory IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES PHOTOGRAPHY IN ASTRONOMY - Gaining confidence with piggyback astrophotography By Rick Dilsizian GAZER’S GAZETTE - Star hopping to a quasar By John Mood EYE ON THE SKY - A lunar occultation of Venus By Robert Burnham EQUIPMENT ATLAS - How to build and use an all-sky camera By Jeffrey Charles, Robert Reeves, and Chris Schur ASTRONOMY REVIEWS ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR ASTROMART STELLAR FRONTIERS - Star trek – part two: to distant shores By David Darling THE BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Draco ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 5 - MAY 1987 - M-87: DESCRIBING THE INDESCRIBABLE By Jeff Kanipe - Voyage into the third dimensión By Gary L. Bennett FORUM - In the glare of the new moon an observer’s midsummer night’s dream starlight reflected in a diamond IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES PHOTOGRAPHY IN ASTRONOMY - Photographing our nearest star By Rick Dilsizian EQUIPMENT ATLAS - Building fun telescopes for less tan $10 By Robert Monaghan EYE ON THE SKY - Conjunction of Jupiter and Venus By Robert Burnham GAZER’S GAZETTE - Observing spring galaxies with binoculars By Craig Crossen ASTRONOMY REVIEWS ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR ASTROMART STELLAR FRONTIERS - To the big bang and beyond By Sten Odenwald GAZER’S GAZETTE - How to view This summer’s Pluto-Charon transits By David j. eicher THE BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Bootes ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 6 JUNE 1987 - Search for the primitive By Richard Berry FORUM - Summer Reverie WITH CYGNUS OVERHEAD ASTRONOMY ON THE OPEN ROAD A TELL-TALE TAIL A TELESCOPE WORTH EVERY Penny IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES ASTRONOMY REVIEWS EYE ON THE SKY - Summer panorama By Robert Burnham ASTRONEWS ASTROMART STELLAR FRONTIERS - A burst of Discovery: The first days of supernova 1987ª By Richard Talcott THE BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Lupus/Norma ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 7 - JULY 1987 - Science at McDonald observatory By Robert Reeves - Old and new views of solar prominences By William Livingston, Oddbjorn Engvold, and Eberhart Jensen FORUM - The making of uranometría 2000.0 A quick and Dirty Supernova Expedition IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES ASTRONOMY REVIEWS GAZER’S GAZETTE - Clouds of the twilight By David McConnell EYE ON THE SKY - Mercury and Venus vanish from view By Robert Burnham PHOTOGRAPHY IN ASTRONOMY - Photographing the southern Sky By Simon Tsang ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR ASTROMART - ASTRONOMY Advertiser index STELLAR FRONTIERS - The extreme ultraviolet: A promising New window on the universo By John K. Davies EQUIPMENT ATLAS - A portable photographic platform By Wallace G. Pursell THE BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Pavo ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 8 - AUGUST 1987 - The impending crisis of space debris By Joseph A. Lovece - The telescope that never sleeps By Lys Ann Shore FORUM - How dar kwas the night of the Boston tea party? Winning the battle of the space Budget Observing an Amateur astronomer: His Whe’s view IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES EQUIPMENT ATLAS - Watching earth move with the shadow clock By Bruce McClure GAZER’S GAZETTE - Prospects for the march 1988 Total solar eclipse By Jay Anderson EYE ON THE SKY - Perseids contend with moonlight By Robert Burnham ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR ASTROMART - Astronomy Advertiser Index STELLAR FRONTIERS - Searching forsupernovae: the Discovery in M-99 By Carl Pennypacker THE BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Cassiopeia ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 9 - SEPTEMBER 1987 - The changing shape of planetary rings By Larry W. Esposito - Possible planetary systems discovered By Richard Talcott - Cassini By Donald Frederick Robertson FORUM - Thunderbolts can’t short-circuit Texas star party Special report: Riverside and the Texas satr party IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES GAZER’S GAZETTE - The secret world of dark nebulae By DavidHiggins and David J. Eicher EYE ON THE SKY - Seeing the zodiacal light By Robert Burnham EQUIPMENT ATLAS - Simulating clusters on your computer By Thomas B. Woods ASTROMART ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR ASTRONOMY REVIEWS STELLAR FRONTIERS - Observing comet Halley’s Near-nucleus features By Stephen Larson and David H. Levy PHOTOGRAPHY IN ASTRONOMY - Exploring the summer milky way By Robert Reeves THE BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Delphinus/Sagitta ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 10 - OCTOBER 1987 - The geometry of space and time By James Charles LoPresto - Earth and moon together By Hank Brandli FORUM - Astronomy 101: Alone against the universo Rising above the world Breaking Aperture fever Seeing a vampire in the mirror The Golden age of science is now IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES ASTRONOMY REVIEWS SPECIAL SECTION - Astronomy’s 1987 guide to telescopes - Do your homework before you buy By Bill Volkart - The refractor advantage: quality over size By Alan Dyer - 1987 Telescope Buyer’s guide By The staff of Astronomy EYE ON THE SKY - Jupiter at best visibility By Robert Burnham ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR STELLAR FRONTIERS - The moon on a Silver plat By Jan K. Herman and M. Susan Barger ASTROMART - Astronomy advertiser index THE BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Aries ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 11 - NOVEMBER 1987 - Aiming at Neptune By Charles E. Kohlhase - Explosions in the solar atmosphere By A. Gordon Emslie - Superpower pact links initial mars missions By Stephen Cole - Soviet phobos misión to probe moons of mars By Donald Frederick Robertson - U.S. Mars observer seeks global view By Donald Frederick Robertson FORUM - Globetrotting observer Paul Maley: Chasing the fleeting momento IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES EYE ON THE SKY - Mercury and mars in the dawn By Robert Burnham GAZER’S GAZETTE - Jupiter’s best show in twelve years By José Olivarez EQUIPMENT ATLAS - Build a heated dew cap for less tan $10 By Harry Hammond PHOTOGRAPHY IN ASTRONOMY - SR-V 3200: The superfilm from konica By Richard Berry ASTRONOMY REVIEWS ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR ASTROMART - Astronomy Advertiser index THE BLACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Fornax ASTRONOMY V. 15 Nº 12 - DECEMBER 1987 - How do spiral galaxies spiral? By Neil Comins and Laurence Marschall STELLAR FRONTIERS - Something passing in the night By Gerrit L. Verschuur FORUM - Hot tub astronomy: A star for everybody The primal fear: Are we alone? Eight ways to combat astronomy burnout IN FOCUS BEHIND THE SCENES - ASTRONOMY 1987 SUBJET INDEX ASTRONOMY REVIEWS EYE ON THE SKY - December’s geminid meteors By Robert Burnham EQUIPMENT ATLAS - The ATI CAT the wave of the future? By David J. Eicher GAZER’S GAZETTE - How to discover a comet By David H. Levy PHOTOGRAPHY IN ASTRONOMY - Taming the Schmidt Camera By Robert Reevesand Mace Hooley ASTRONEWS ASTROCALENDAR ASTROMART - ASTRONOMY ADVERTISER INDEX TH BACKYARD ASTRONOMER - Caelum/Columba/Pictor

Número Ingreso Código Base de Datos Ubicación Tipo # Ej. Status Devolución Reserva
1052713HR 520 ENE-DIC 1987 ASTRONOMY  Colección Mario Sotillo UCSP - Sucre Original 1Disponible  

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