Secrets of the Deep Sky

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Secrets of the Deep Sky

Brian Ventrudo, author of Secrets of the Deep Sky, reveals how to look beyond the easy sights such as Venus, Mars, the Pleiades star cluster, and the moon, and find the much deeper parts of the beautiful night sky that most people never get see. You will learn to increase the reach of your telescope to look farther into the sky, and find any object of the night sky that you want to see. You will learn the celestial coordinate system, to learn how to map any object in the sky. You can also learn to estimate distances in the night sky. You can learn to change your field of view to see wide objects like massive nebula, and simple techniques to preserve your night vision and increase the sensitivity of your eyes by 20-40x. This eBook guide shows everyone, from the beginner to the more experience stargazer the best tricks to get the most out of every night sky.

Secrets of the Deep Sky Overview

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Astrophysics And Space Science Library

BURTON, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S.A. (burton starband.net) University of Leiden, The Netherlands (burton strw.leidenuniv.nl) I. APPENZELLER, Landessternwarte Heidelberg-K nigstuhl, Germany J. N. BAHCALL, The Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, U.S.A. F. BERTOLA, Universita di Padova, Italy J. P. CASSINELLI, University of Wisconsin, Madison, U.S.A. C. J. CESARSKY, Centre d'Etudes de Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex, France O. ENGVOLD, Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics, University of Oslo, Norway R. McCRAY, University of Colorado, JILA, Boulder, U.S.A. P. G. MURDIN, Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge, U.K. F. PACINI, Istituto Astronomia Arcetri, Firenze, Italy V. RADHAKRISHNAN, Raman Research Institute, Bangalore, India K. SATO, School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan F. H. SHU, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A. B. V. SOMOV, Astronomical Institute, Moscow State University, Russia R. A. SUNYAEV, Space Research...

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In Greece, of course, we were able to go much further back in time than Copernicus. To the imposing statue of Aristotle, erected close to where he was born in Stagira in 384 B.C., to the first profit-making health center founded by Hippocrates on the island of Kos in about 360 B.C., and to the island of Samos, which was the home of Pythogaras (where presumably, among other achievements, he first squared the hypotenuse) and the home of the astronomer Aristarchus, who had proposed a heliocentric solar system 1500 years before Copernicus.

Right place right time

There had always been an interest in astronomy and rockets for Simons as he grew up, but he was also deeply fascinated by electronics and radio and had become a radio ham. He decided to combine his medical training with electronics and asked the Army personnel staff if he could somehow be assigned to an electronic research facility. To his delight he was sent to the Wright Field Aero Medical Laboratory's electronics section, which serviced the laboratory's acceleration unit. Here he would meet and work under the direction of Dr. James Henry.

Philosophy And Medicine

The earliest Greek natural philosophers were profoundly interested in the natural world and the search for explanations of how and why the world and human beings came to be formed and organized as they were. Natural philosophy developed first, not in the Athens of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, but on the Aegean fringes of the mainland of Asia Minor. By the sixth-century b.c.e., Greek philosophers were attempting to explain the workings of the universe in terms of everyday experience and by analogies with craft processes rather than divine interventions and supernatural agents. Many of the earliest Greek philosophers are known only through a few fragments of their work, but enough has survived to reveal their ingenious theories as the seed crystals that were to stimulate the subsequent evolution of Western physics, astronomy, biology, and medicine.

Monasteries And Universities

The creation and distribution of universities and faculties of medicine throughout Europe were very uneven. Students often had to undertake long journeys in search of suitable mentors. Moreover, the universities of the Middle Ages were very different from both the ancient centers of learning and their modern counterparts, especially in terms of the relationships among students, faculty, and administrators. The exact origins of some of the major universities are obscure. Indeed, ''university'' was originally a rather vague term that referred to any corporate status or association of persons. Eventually, the term was formally associated with institutions of higher learning. Some historians believe that the ''age of reason'' began in the universities of the late Middle Ages, with the institutionalization of a curriculum that demanded the exploration of logic, natural philosophy, theology, medicine, and law. Large numbers of students, all of whom shared Latin as the language of learning,...

Other solar systems the supply of planets

There is no firm definition of planet, but although this is a significant issue in astronomy it need not impinge on our discussion here. At the lower end of the size range there is no absolute distinction between planet, planetessimal and asteroid these are names for different portions of a size continuum. At the upper end, there is no clear way of discriminating between planets and superplanets, or superplanets and brown dwarfs. (A brown dwarf is a very small star that emits no light.) However, asteroids are unlikely to house the components necessary for any kind of life, and the

The Discovery Of The Circulation Of The Blood

The Scientific Revolution is generally thought of in terms of the physical sciences, but by shifting the focus of concern from physics and astronomy to medicine and physiology, we can search for new ways of understanding and integrating science and medicine into the context of the political, religious, and social changes of this period. In the sixteenth century, as we have seen, anatomists and alchemists challenged ancient ideas about the nature of the microcosm, the little world of the human body. In the seventeenth century, William Harvey and the new experimental physiology transformed ways of thinking about the meaning of the heartbeat, pulse, and movement of the blood. Revolutionary insights into the microcosm reinforced the shock waves created when Copernicus, Kepler, and Galileo removed the earth from its place at the center of the universe. of the Trinity (1531), was published, both Catholic and Protestant theologians agreed that the author was a heretic of the worst sort....

General Introduction

One of the prerequisites for life is the presence of elements such as H, C, O, N, S and P. Those elements, with the exception of hydrogen, the most abundant element in space, were not yet present in the early universe. The hot chemistry in the very early universe, so-called Big Bang nucleosynthesis, only produced very light elements, predominantly hydrogen and helium and traces of deuterium, tritium, lithium and beryllium (c.f. Schramm 1998, 2002). All other chemical elements that occur in terrestrial biochemistry were formed by nucleosynthesis during the course of stellar evolution. It is generally believed that the elemental composition of the medium out of which the earliest stars and galaxies condensed consisted primarily of H and He. However, the most redshifted1 quasars, galaxies and Ly a absorbers (thought to be intergalactic clouds or protogalaxies) currently observed all exhibit at least some admixture of heavier elements, as do the most ancient stars in our Milky Way. This...

Dreams of tomorrow

As a young boy, his mother Emmy had given Wernher a precious gift on the day of his confirmation in the Lutheran Church. Not a watch and long pants like most Lutheran boys, but a telescope. So, I became an amateur astronomer, he would reflect in later years, which led to my interest in the universe, which led to my curiosity about the vehicle which will one day carry a man to the moon'' 1 .

Fin al word

Moreover, investigating the origin of life has produced interesting and provocative ideas. No matter how sceptical we might be about (for example) the Miller-Urey experiment and the RNA world hypothesis, these and other contributions to the field have stimulated sound scientific work that has yielded useful knowledge in chemistry and other fields. Many debates about the origin of life have brought together information from astronomy, geology, biology and chemistry in novel and informative ways. This synthesis would not have happened otherwise. And as we said in the first chapter of this book, ideas are enjoyable in themselves if we can hone them by rational debate particularly when the ideas concern such an intrinsically fascinating topic as the origin of life.

Family Background

His eldest son became professor of astronomy in Uppsala. In the next generation my father ended up as professor of telecommunications at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, and his sister became a professor of botany at Cairo University. In my generation, my older brother held a chair of theoretical physics at Stockholm University and I ended up as professor of medical and physiological chemistry at the University of Uppsala.

The Drake equation

In 1961, Frank Drake, a radio astronomer who later became chairman of the SETI Institute, tried to specify the factors involved in the development of a technologically advanced alien civilisation. He encapsulated his ideas in an equation that has guided much subsequent discussion of the subject. The equation can be written -

The Medical Papyri

Unfortunately, the ''Books of Wounds'' is incomplete. The scribe apparently stopped writing in the middle of an interesting account of afflictions of the spine and left the rest of that ''page'' blank. When he resumed work, he apparently turned to another source and copied out recipes to ''transform an old man into a youth of twenty'' and incantations against ''the wind of the pest of the year.'' This abrupt transition may be symptomatic of the gradual transformation of priorities in Egyptian culture over the millennia, during which engineering, astronomy, science, and medicine stagnated, while superstition and magic flourished.

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