Explanatory Supplement to the Astronomical Almanac

Author: P. Kenneth Seidelmann

Publisher: University Science Books

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Category: Science

Page: 752

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The Explanatory Supplement provides a detailed description of how to perform practical astronomy or spherical astronomy. This completely revised and rewritten edition is an authoritative source on astronomical phenomena and calendars. Although this paperback edition carries a 2006 copyright date, it is the same material published in 1992 hardcover edition.

Astronomical Almanac 2005

Author: Stationery Office, The

Publisher: The Stationery Office

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Category: Science

Page: 523

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This volume provides current and accurate data on the positions of the Sun, Moon and planets, together with data for physical observations, positions of planetary satellites, eclipses of the Sun and Moon and other fundamental astronomical reference data for the calendar year 2005. Most of the data featured in the almanac are tabulated for one-day intervals.

Astronomical Almanac for the Year 2009 and Its Companion, the Astronomical Almanac Online

Data for Astronomy, Space Sciences, Geodesy, Surveying, Navigation, and Other Applications

Author:

Publisher: Government Printing Office

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Category: Astronomy

Page: 596

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The Astronomical Almanac contains a wide variety of both technical and general astronomical information. The book is a worldwide resource for fundamental astronomical data. The material appears in sections, each section addressing a specific astronomical category. The book also includes references to the material, explanations, and examples. The book is joint publication between U.S. Naval Observatory and Her Majesty's Nautical Almanac Office (HMNAO) in the UK. HMNAO maintains the copyright on the material it produces.

Practical Astronomy with your Calculator or Spreadsheet

Author: Peter Duffett-Smith

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Category: Science

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View: 438

Now in its fourth edition, this highly regarded book is ideal for those who wish to solve a variety of practical and recreational problems in astronomy using a scientific calculator or spreadsheet. Updated and extended, this new edition shows you how to use spreadsheets to predict, with greater accuracy, solar and lunar eclipses, the positions of the planets, and the times of sunrise and sunset. Suitable for worldwide use, this handbook covers orbits, transformations and general celestial phenomena, and is essential for anyone wanting to make astronomical calculations for themselves. With clear, easy-to-follow instructions for use with a pocket calculator, shown alongside worked examples, it can be enjoyed by anyone interested in astronomy, and will be a useful tool for software writers and students studying introductory astronomy. High-precision spreadsheet methods for greater accuracy are available at www.cambridge.org/practicalastronomy.