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Anita Yasuda, "Explore the Solar System!: 25 Great Projects, Activities, Experiments"
Nomad | 2009 | ISBN: 1934670367 | 96 pages | PDF | 12,5 MB

From a space shuttle fashioned out of a lemonade carton and felt to a Mars rover made from a cereal box and juice cans, the variety of imaginative projects in this resource can be built with simple everyday classroom and household items. Surrounding these activities are fun facts, illustrations, and related information on each space topic—all of which meets curriculum standards for early elementary science.

For young students, their families, and teachers, this expedition through the galaxy is a perfect method for introducing astronomy in a way that also stimulates creativity and curiosity.

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Tony Buick, "The Rainbow Sky: An Exploration of Colors in the Solar System and Beyond"
Springer | 2009 | ISBN: 1441910522 | 359 pages | PDF | 32,3 MB

There are many more astronomical and meteorological phenomena involving color than most people are aware of, let alone have observed. Visual double stars with contrasting color are obvious targets for amateur astronomers, but there are many more - everything from colors on the Moon, through colors on the planets and in deep-sky objects, to man-made colors in the night sky. A great deal of these colored phenomena can be seen with the unaided eye, and can be visible in - and imaged with - a modest telescope, but all require preparation, anticipation and planning. The result will be some breathtaking sights, along with some amazing images.

Just browsing through this book will captivate the reader. Some events are familiar but present severe challenges to photograph. Some can be captured only by using previously unfamiliar techniques. And it is almost certain that some will never have been seen before by readers.

All the colored objects and phenomena are accessible by using the right techniques, for which Tony Buick provides easy-to-follow instructions.

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Delano Lopez Amazing Solar System Projects You Can Build Yourself

Nomad Press | 2008 | ISBN: 1934670006 | 128 pages | PDF | 25 MB

This kid-friendly handbook investigates the solar system's inner workings, the tools used to gain information, and an array of astronomical phenomena. Through a time line of discoveries and important events, a comprehensive text, and numerous projects readers can build from household items, this resource provides up-to-date information about the realm beyond planet Earth.

Starting with a discussion of the basic components—the sun, the planets, their moons and rings, meteors, asteroids, and comets—this handbook considers topics ranging from the demotion of Pluto to a space object to the greenhouse effect on Venus and the astronomical unit. Along with this exploration of the historical, contemporary, and future tools—such as the rockets and satellites used to gather data—and galaxies, nebulae, and pulsars found outside of the solar system, are instructions for creating a rubber-band powered Mars rover, using dry ice to simulate the tail of a comet, and models of various phenomena.

A resources section provides references for additional information and projects about astronomy and the solar system.

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Karkoschka: Atlas für Himmelsbeobachter Mit 250 Objekten auf 50 Sternkarten des ganzen Himmels

German | 160 Seiten | PDF | KosmosAuflage: 4. A. (August 2004) | ISBN 344008826X | 80 mb

Wer den Nachthimmel mit bloßem Auge, einem Fernglas oder einem kleinen Fernrohr erkunden will, findet in diesem Atlas Sternkarten und wichtige Informationen, die auch dem ungeübten Beobachter den Weg zu Sternbildern und interessanten Objekten des Fixsternhimmels weisen.

Ob mit bloßem Auge, einem Fernglas oder Teleskop: Im Atlas für Himmelsbeobachter werden 250 interessante "Deep-Sky-Objekte" vorgestellt, die man mit Einsteigergeräten gut sehen kann. Dank seiner gelungenen Kombination von Übersichtssternkarten des gesamten Nachthimmels, vergrößerten Aufsuchkarten sowie Einzelbeschreibungen aller Objekte hat sich "der Karkoschka" eine große Fangemeinde erobert.

Der Atlas erhält im Einzelnen:

Eine kurze Einführung in die praktische Himmelsbeobachtung mit genauer Beschreibung der nachfolgenden Karten und Tabellen

Übersichtliche Sternkarten des Nord- und Südhimmels mit allen für das bloße Auge sichtbaren Sternen

Karten zum Aufsuchen der 250 schönsten Nebel und Sternhaufen; sie geben den Anblick im Fernglas wieder und erleichtern so auch ungeübten Beobachtern das Auffinden.

Einen Katalog mit über 1000 Himmelsobjekten unter Berücksichtigung der weitreichenden Messungen des Satelliten Hipparcos

Abstände von Doppelsternen, die bis zum Jahr 2020 vorausberechnet wurden Fotografische Aufnahmen aller im Buch vorgestellten 250 Deep-Sky-Objekte Einen umfangreichen Anhang, u.a. mit Kalendarium bis zum Jahr 2022

Der handliche Atlas für Himmelsbeobachter wurde besonders für die Benutzung in der Nacht konzipiert und ist die ideale Ergänzung zum jährlich erscheinenden "Kosmos Himmelsjahr"

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Stargazing: What to Look for in the Night Sky (Astronomy) By Tom Van Holt

Publisher: Stackpole Books 1999 | 105 Pages | ISBN: 0811729346 | PDF | 1.9 MB

*25 drawings
* 9 b/w photos
* 5 x 8
*Handy guide to basic astronomy for anyone who spends time outdoors at night
* Practical and entertaining information and illustrations

How can you identify constellations and star formations in the night sky? How can you use star patterns to establish direction and time? What are the legends behind the constellations? How do you know if you are looking at a comet or a UFO? This concise, illustrated guide applies simple science, history, and myth to observing and understanding the sky at night, offering entertaining answers to the mysteries of the nighttime sky for hikers, campers, paddlers, or any other outdoor enthusiast.

Tom Van Holt teaches stargazing courses at the University of Kansas and educational camps and is a regular contributor to Appalachian Trailway News. He lives in Lawrence, Kansas.

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Ian Ridpath, Carole Stott, Giles Sparrow, "Astronomy: The Universe, Equipment, Stars and Planets, Monthly Guides"

DK ADULT 2006 | ISBN-10: 0756617332 | 300 Pages | PDF | 78,8 MB

Covering all aspects of astronomy, including its history, the origins of the Universe, the Solar System and its exploration, stars, and galaxies, this is the essential handbook for the amateur astronomer.

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