3 edition of A manual of astronomy and the use of the globes found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||QB45 .K4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, -130 p.|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||03010662|
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Title: A manual of astronomy and the use of the globes Authors: Kiddle, Henry: Publication: New York, Ivison & Phinney; Chicago, C. Griggs & co., Start by marking “A New Manual of the Elements of Astronomy, Descriptive and Mathematical: Comprising the Latest Discoveries and Theoretic Views: With Directions for the Use of the Globes, and for Studying the Constellations” as Want to Read:Author: Henry Kiddle.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Kiddle, Henry, Manual of astronomy and the use of the globes. New York: Newman & Ivison, Apr 2, - Includes planet Herschell A manual of astronomy and the use of the globes. The Excelsior Globe Manual: An Aid to the Study of Geography and Astronomy with the Use of Artificial Globes Unknown Binding by Thomas Tate] [Wachob, I.S.
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[Henry Kiddle]. New Manual of the Elements of Astronomy Descriptive and Mathematical Comprising The Latest Discoveries and Theoretic Views With Directions for the Use of the Globes, and for Studying the Constellations.
by Henry Kiddle, A. M., Superintendent of the Schools, New York Ivison, Blakeman & Company Publishers, New York and Chicago.
Manual and problem book for Joslin’s New Solar Telluric Globe. This device is comprised of a Joslin 6-inch globe in meridian (“day circle”) revolving with arrow pointer on a pierced cast iron stand with paper calendar and zodiac, and having central brass ball representing the sun.
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The Franklin globe manual: an aid to the study of geography and astronomy with the use of artificial globes. (Troy, N.Y.: Moore and Nims, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Reimpression fidèle d'une lettre de Jean Schöner à propos de son globe, écrite en A NEW MANUAL OF THE ELEMENTS OF ASTRONOMY, Descriptive and Mathematical: Comprising the Latest Discoveries and Theoretical Views, with Directions for the Use of the Globes, and for Sturying the Constellations Author Kiddle, Henry Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good with no dust jacket Edition First Edition Binding Hardcover Book Edition: First Edition.
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Dekker, E. Globes at Greenwich: A Catalogue of the Globes and Armillary Spheres in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.
London: Oxford University Press and the National Maritime Museum. Keith, T. A New Treatise on the Use of Globes, or a Philosophical View of the Earth and Heaven. William Tegg and Co., London.
Precession of the Equinoxes. Use of the Globes. New Treatise. Globe, Terrestrial. There are 4 fold-out engravings at the back of the book. Bookplate of M. Williams of Cincinnati Ohio.
The Earth and Rating: % positive. The concept of the earth as a sphere has been around for centuries, emerging around the time of Pythagoras in the sixth century BC, and eventually becoming dominant as other thinkers of the ancient world, including Plato and Aristotle, accepted the idea.
The first record of an actual globe being made is found in verse, written by the poet Aratus of Soli, who describes a celestial. A new treatise on the use of the globes, and practical astronomy; or, A comprehensive view of the system of the world. In four parts.
Designed for the instruction of youth, and particularly adapted to the United States.A page must-have handbook for any beginning observer, this booklet includes descriptions of telescope types, mounts, accessories, basic night-sky targets, and more.These planetariums are suggested for use as a beginning model, and show individual concepts, one at a time.
In this model, the Earth and Moon are moved by hand. The ladder chain and gear drive is used solely to keep the axis of the Earth pointed at a /2° angle, toward the North Star.