Exploring Jupiter

Author: Stephen Arroyo
Editor: Crcs Publications
ISBN: 9780916360580
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This book is the very essence of Jupiter. From its apt title, to its generous use of many famous chart examples, to Arroyo's trademark insight and wisdom on every page, "Exploring Jupiter" is positively a winner! The presentation of the astrology is clear, practical and intelligent, making it a must for both newer students and more experienced practising astrologers. Unlike the majority of modern astrologers, Arroyo refers to Jupiter's ancient rulership of Pisces as being significant, and the book is written with this in mind. Otherwise much of the book is built on the usual "cookbook" approach: Jupiter through the signs, Jupiter through the houses (arranged by element), Jupiter aspects in the birth chart and so on. As always with Stephen Arroyo, it is the clarity and profound depth of these guidelines for interpretation that is so striking. The chapter on transits involving Jupiter is particularly good, building on ideas he has expressed in earlier writings.

Exploring Jupiter

Author: Richard Alexander
Editor: Greenhaven Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1534522794
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Did you know Jupiter is so big that all the other planets could fit inside it? You wouldn’t want to travel there, though! Jupiter’s atmosphere is poisonous to humans. Readers learn these and other intriguing facts about our solar system’s largest planet. Detailed diagrams and striking photographs support the informative text, which presents essential science curriculum topics in a fun way.

Philip S Exploring Stars And Planets

Author: Philip's Maps
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1849072841
File Size: 69,77 MB
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Philip's Exploring Stars and Planets is a completely updated and redesigned edition of the popular children's book formerly titled 'Philip's Atlas of Stars and Planets'. Written specially for 8 to 14 year olds, Philip's Exploring Stars and Planets is a colourful and entertaining introduction to the exciting world of astronomy. The book is illustrated with more than 200 colour photographs, artworks and maps, as the author describes the latest developments in the fast-moving fields of space exploration and astronomy. Concise chapters introduce the Sun, the Earth and all the other planets in our Solar System. Then, moving further into space, the author introduces the stars and galaxies, and explores the origin of the Universe.Philip's Exploring Stars and Planets includes a set of star charts showing all the stars visible to the naked eye. A budding astronomer will be able to use these charts to learn the constellations from any point on Earth. A large photograph of the Moon, with its major features clearly labelled, will encourage anyone with binoculars or a telescope to start Moon-watching.Packed with fascinating facts and figures about the wonders of the Universe, Philip's Exploring Stars and Planets concludes with a series of quiz questions, so that the reader can test how much he or she has learned.

Exploring The Outer Planets

Author: Nancy Dickmann
Editor: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1499436335
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In this visually spectacular tour of the outer reaches of our solar system, readers discover many intriguing facts. For example, the outer planets are separated from the inner planets by the asteroid belt. And, in addition to discovering Jupiter's moons, Galileo, in the early 17th century, observed the phases of Venus and made careful studies of sunspots. Readers also learn why humans could never live on one of the gas planets. The physical and chemical features and movement of the outer planets and their moons are detailed. Sidebars pique readers' interest in space missions, spacecraft, and space-related data and terminology.

Exploring Outer Space

Author: Richard Hantula
Editor: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP
ISBN: 9780836839814
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Discusses the history of rockets and spaceflight and how satellites and space probes are used.

Exploring Space

Author: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 0763789615
File Size: 76,85 MB
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Horizons Exploring The Universe

Author: Michael A. Seeds
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1337515787
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The 14th Edition of HORIZONS: EXPLORING THE UNIVERSE is fully updated with the latest astronomy discoveries and online resources to meet the needs of today's students. The unique and compelling stars-first organization allows students to see that the planets of our solar system are a natural byproduct of star formation. Focusing on two central questions -- What are we? and How Do We Know? -- Seeds and Backman help students understand their place in the universe and how scientists work. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Exploring Our Solar System

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology (2011). Subcommittee on Space
Editor:
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Jupiter

Author: Rosanna Hansen
Editor: LernerClassroom
ISBN: 0761349790
File Size: 22,54 MB
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Discusses the discovery, physical characteristics, moons, and exploration of the fifth closest planet to the Sun.

Exploring The Solar System

Author: Peter Bond
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119384893
File Size: 52,24 MB
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An Exciting and Authoritative Account of the Second Golden Age of Solar System Exploration Award-winning author Peter Bond provides an up-to-date, in-depth account of the sun and its family in the 2nd edition of Exploring the Solar System. This new edition brings together the discoveries and advances in scientific understanding made during the last 60 years of solar and planetary exploration, using research conducted by the world's leading geoscientists, astronomers, and physicists. Exploring the Solar System, 2nd Edition is an ideal introduction for non-science undergraduates and anyone interested in learning about our small corner of the Milky Way galaxy.

Exploring The Solar System

Author: Nicholas Booth
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Exploring the Solar System chronicles more than three decades of planetary exploration, revealing the solar system in all its colourful glory. At one time, the planets and moons of our solar system were elusive and distant worlds that shimmered tantalizingly through telescope eyepieces; today they are landscapes as vivid and real as those of our own planet. Robotic explorers on missions deep into space and new techniques of image processing have provided us with remarkably realistic views of planetary surfaces and have led to the visual bounty seen in this book. More than 300 of the finest pictures from the missions of NASA - including the latest discoveries from the Hubble Space Telescope - and the space agencies of Europe, Russia and Japan show us the planets, moons, comets, and asteroids, and the mighty Sun itself.

Jupiter

Author: Barbra Penne
Editor: Encyclopaedia Britannica
ISBN: 1508103461
File Size: 40,63 MB
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Exploring The Unknown

Author: John M. Logsdon
Editor: U. S. National Aeronautics & Space Administration
ISBN:
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NASA SP-2004-4407. NASA History Series. Edited by John M. Logsdon, et al. 6th in a series containing a selection of key documents in the history of the United States civil space program. Includes chapters on solar physics, space physics, life sciences, and Earth science. LC. card 96-9066.

Status Of The Mariner Jupiter Saturn 1977 Project

Author: United States. General Accounting Office
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Exploring The Planets

Author: Fred Taylor
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0191651354
File Size: 24,61 MB
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The planets fascinate us, and naturally we care about our own Earth, and things like how well we can forecast the weather and whether climate is really changing. Exploring the Planets offers a personal account on how the space programme evolved. It begins in the era of the first blurry views of our Earth as seen from space, and ends with current plans for sophisticated robots on places as near as our neighbours Venus and Mars and as far away as the rainy lakelands of Saturn's planet-sized moon Titan. Examining the scientific goals of these complex voyages of discovery, and the joys and hardships of working to achieve them. The Space Age is now about 50 years old and for those lucky enough to be part of it at its inception, it's filled a worklong lifetime. Today, several satellites around the Earth have studied the atmosphere and the climate using instruments on board that the author helped design and build. 'Deep space' missions were embarked upon to visit the planets: all of the major bodies (six planets, the Moon and minor bodies, asteroids and comets) of the classical Solar System have been scrutinised close-up by experiments built in various laboratories worldwide. Most of the narrative is based on the author's experiences at the world's space agencies, research labs, and conferences, and at other places as diverse as Cape Canaveral and No. 10 Downing Street.

Exploring Space

Author: Rodney P. Carlisle
Editor: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438101856
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Offers coverage of human explorations into space - from 19th-century fantasy to 20th-century achievement and the future of space exploration in the 21st century - giving information about the current state of exploration in the final frontier.

Voyager Exploring The Outer Planets

Author: Joan Marie Verba
Editor: FTL Publications
ISBN: 0982523203
File Size: 21,22 MB
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In 1977, NASA launched the space probes Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 to explore Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. This book tells of what was known about those planets and their moons before the Voyager missions, as well as what Voyager discovered about those planets and their moons. This book is written for the middle-grade reader, and can be enjoyed by readers age 12 and up.

Exploring The Financial Universe

Author: Christeen H. Skinner
Editor: Nicolas-Hays, Inc.
ISBN: 0892546328
File Size: 68,21 MB
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The role of the Sun, planets and stars and their influence on global markets is intriguing to traders and investors alike. Christeen Skinner’s research shows very definite links between major stock market movements and the position of the planets. This book will be of interest to those with little understanding of astrology as well as to those well-versed in the subject. The work includes charts, graphs and horoscopes and explanation of some of the techniques used for astro-financial forecasting. In Exploring the Financial Universe, financial astrologer Christeen Skinner covers solar rhythms and the intricacies of commodity, property and currency price movements with planet cycles. The role of the planets in mastering the relationship between time and price is considered. There is a chapter on the natal horoscope and financial rhythms set from birth. The book concludes with forecasts covering 2017-2024. Chapters include: Solar activity and the markets Stock Market Crashes of the 20th Century One Day gains versus losses Currencies and major planetary configurations Commodity price movements Property Price cycles and the role of the Moon and planets The link between planet cycles, time and price Financial timing indicators in your own chart Forecasts 2017-2024 The author presents case studies in business astrology and an explanation of some astro-finance trading techniques and uses financial charts taken from the Market Analyst software program for astro-traders.

Exploring The Solar System

Author: Mary Kay Carson
Editor: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1613740425
File Size: 37,86 MB
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In this stellar activity book, kids delve into the rich history of space exploration, where telescopes, satellites, probes, landers, and human missions lead to amazing discoveries. Updated to include the recent discovery of Eris which, along with Pluto, has been newly classified as a &“dwarf planet&” by the International Astronomical Union, this cosmic adventure challenges kids to explore the planets and other celestial bodies for themselves through activities such as building a model of a comet using soil, molasses, dry ice, and window cleaner; or creating their own reentry vehicle to safely return an egg to Earth's surface. With biographies of more than 20 space pioneers, specific mission details, a 20-page field guide to the solar system, and plenty of suggestions for further research, this is the ultimate guidebook to exploring the solar system.

Math On Jupiter

Author: Barbara M. Linde
Editor: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP
ISBN: 1482449323
File Size: 21,54 MB
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Jupiter, named for the mythological king of the gods, demands a lot of respect in the night sky. Young scientists are invited to travel to this gas giant while taking part in “math missions” along their journey. By completing each mission using familiar math operations, they’ll discover fascinating facts about Jupiter, its rings, and its moons. They’ll learn about the storm called the Great Red Spot and the Juno spacecraft’s mission to Jupiter. Science and math are the perfect companions in this exciting volume about the largest planet in the solar system.