2 edition of few astronomical instruments. found in the catalog.
few astronomical instruments.
Warner & Swasey.
|Statement||From the works of Warner & Swasey, Cleveland, Ohio ....|
|LC Classifications||QB86 .W2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p.l., 1 illus., xxxvi pl.|
|LC Control Number||01008500|
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the significance of space-based astronomy—astronomical observations made from outer space. It is not intended to serve as a curriculum. Instead, teachers should select activities from this guide that support and extend existing guide contains few of the traditional activities found in many astronomy guides such as constellation stud.
Over the past few decades, however, an entirely different type of astronomical telescope has come into wide use. These instruments, known as radio telescopes, have been developed as the result of the discovery in by Karl G. Jansky of the Bell Telephone Laboratories that the center of our own galaxy is a powerful emitter of.
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