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  1. Modern Analogue Electronic Techniques and Systems (Masters Series in Physics and Astronomy) by R. J. Prance, H Prance, 2007-12-30
  2. The Science-History of the Universe in Ten Volumes (Astronomy, Geology, Physics, Chemistry, Bilogy, Zoology, Anthropology, Arts & Letters, Philosophy) by Francis, ed.: Kaempffert, Waldemar; Slade, Harold E; Matthew, George; Moore, William J.; Hamor, William Allen; Stackpole, Caroline E.; Matthew, William D.; Latham, Marion E.; Rolt-Wheeler, Francis; Allen, Theodore H.; Woolf, S.J.; et al. Rolt-Wheeler, 1909
  3. Max Ernst, Maximiliana: The illegal practice of astronomy: hommage à Dorothea Tanning by Max Ernst, 1969
  4. Ancient light by Sheila Wyne, 1996
  5. Celestial Charts: Antique Maps of the Heavens by Carole Stott, 1991-07-06
  6. Richard Texier: [exhibition] October 24-November 30, 1985 by Richard Texier, 1985
  7. The cosmic, sidereal, galactic abecedarium of the universe & other tangential star ephemera by Sibyl Rubottom, 2001
  8. Between us & far away by Nora Lee McGillivray, 1999
  9. Introduction--the Vatican's astronomical paintings and the Institute of the Sciences of Bologna by Silvio A Bedini, 1980
  10. Astronomy 2004
  11. Animal Figures in the Maya Codices by Glover M. Allen, 2009-07-28
  12. New heavens for a free world: An in-depth penetration into the sacred mysteries of astrology, astronomy, mythology, philosophy, and religious art by Andrés Boulton, 1979
  13. Dictionary of Nautical Words and Terms: 8000 Definitions in Navigation, Seamanship, Rigging, Meteorology, Astronomy ... by C. W. Bayton, C. W. T. Layton, 1982-01
  14. Ferguson'S Lectures On Select Subjects in Mechanics, Hydrostatics, Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Optics, Geography, Astronomy and Dialing: With Notes and an ... State of the Arts and Sciences, Volume 2 by James Ferguson, Robert Patterson, 2010-01-09

81. UH Manoa Catalog - Colleges Of Arts And Sciences
Glossary, 533 535. Campus Map, Technical problems? Email us! webmaster @advisers.hawaii.eduLast updated 6/28/99. Colleges of arts and Sciences. astronomy
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1995, Materials Science and Engineering, Earth and Planetary Sciences,astronomy and Astrophysics, arts (Painting, Sculpture). 1996,
Advanced Technology Basic Sciences Creative Arts and Moral Sciences Electronics, Telecommunications Technology, Laser Technology, Control Engineering, Computer Sciences, Information Engineering and Artificial Intelligence Mathematical Sciences
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(Painting, Sculpture, Architecture) Materials Science Earth Sciences and Astrophysics Cinema, Theater Computer Science and Engineering, Artificial Intelligence Cognitive Science
(in the wide sence) Philosophy, History of Ideas (Ancient Indian and Greek) Electronics, Telecommunications, Lasers, and Control Engineering Mathematical Sciences
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83. CRC // UF Guide // Liberal Arts & Sciences // Physical Science // Astronomy
astronomy., Dept. of astronomy 211 Bryant Science CenterPhone (352) 3922052 Fax (352) 392-5089

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Astronomy UF Guide Main Liberal Education Main Guide to CLAS Majors and Careers Astronomy ... Physics
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Astronomy is a branch of the physical sciences which involves the study of our Universe- its origin, its physical properties, its changes, and the distribution of its physical phenomena. An astronomer observes the planets, sun, solar systems and galaxies, then analyzes, interprets and reports findings. Examples of Career Opportunities
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84. Krieger School Of Arts & Sciences
corecipient of this year's Nobel Prize in physics, is a research professor in thePhysics and astronomy Department of the Krieger School of arts and Sciences
8 October 2002
Hopkins Research Professor Awarded Physics Nobel Prize
Riccardo Giacconi (pictured at right), announced today as a co-recipient of this year's Nobel Prize in physics, is a research professor in the Physics and Astronomy Department of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University.
From 1982 to 1997, Giacconi was a Johns Hopkins professor of physics and astronomy. In 1998, he became a Hopkins research professor to continue his personal program of X-ray astronomy research while serving in the latest of a series of positions as lead administrator of groups that build and operate large astronomical observatories.
Currently president of Associated Universities, Incorporated, the corporation that co-administers the National Radio Astronomy Observatory with the National Science Foundation, Giacconi previously served from 1981 to 1993 as director of the Space Telescope Science Institute , the NASA center that operates and administers the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope from a facility on Johns Hopkins' Homewood campus.

85. Ohio State University - University Bulletins - College Of The Arts And Sciences
Autumn Quarter. astronomy 291. 5 hours. Mathematics 254. 5. GEC arts and humanities.5. Autumn Quarter. astronomy 640. 4 hours. Physics 621. 4. GEC arts and humanities.5.
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86. Gheens Science Hall And Rauch Planetarium Mission/vision Statement
MISSION To provide high quality, thought provoking educational and entertainingprograms in astronomy, the sciences, arts and humanities utilizing advanced

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donor information current sky roving astronomer ... home Introduction and History Vision, Mission, and Description of the Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium History of the Rauch Planetarium VISION
To provide a friendly, comfortable, hi-tech, multi-media, learning venue for the presentation of educational and entertaining programs supporting astronomy and space science education, the arts, humanities, and sciences. MISSION
To provide high quality, thought provoking educational and entertaining programs in astronomy, the sciences, arts and humanities utilizing advanced presentation and telecommunications technologies, serving P-12, post secondary, public and private education, and the general public to advance understanding of the universe in which we live and to enhance the programmatic requirements of the Kentucky Education Reform Act and post secondary education, and to serve as a public resource for astronomical and space science information. DESCRIPTION
The Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium is designed to provide a unique learning environment primarily for astronomy and space science education. State-of-the-art multi-media projection systems extend this capability to serve a variety of disciplines and the facility further functions as a flexible venue for events, conferences and meetings.

87. The Islamic World To 1600: The Arts, Learning, And Knowledge (Astronomy)
The Islamic World to 1600. The medieval Islamic world also made significantadvancements in the field of astronomy. Part of the reason
The Islamic World to 1600 The medieval Islamic world also made significant advancements in the field of astronomy. Part of the reason for the Muslim interest in astronomy is unique to the Islamic faith, and grew from the Muslim attempt to solve practical problems. Because the Muslim calendar is a lunar calendar, for example, the ability to see, and even predict, the arrival of the new moon was fundamental to marking the beginning and ending of each month. This issue was particularly significant for the month of Ramadan, when fasting is required during the day, and for determining the date of the Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca. Secondly, the study of astronomy grew out of a need to map the coordinates of the stars, in order to determine the direction of Mecca from any city, because Muslims are required to face that direction when praying. These practical concerns for Muslims led to great advancements in astronomy. Observatories were first established in the Islamic world, in major cities such as Baghdad, Hamadan, Toledo, Maragha, Samarkand, and Istanbul, and new instruments were developed. The Muslim invention of the astrolabe, for example, was one of the most important in astronomy until the invention of the telescope in the 17th century. Muslims were also the first astronomers to challenge the long-accepted theories of Ptolemy and Aristotle regarding eclipses, planetary orbits, and the position of the stars. In the early 11th century, the Muslim physicist, Ibn al-Haytham, measured the height of the earth's atmosphere to be the equivalent of about 52 kilometres; today we know it is about 50 kilometres. In the early 14th century, Ibn al-Shatir designed models for the movement of the moon and the planet Mercury, which are very similar to those later done by Copernicus in the 16th century.

88. Careers After Cornell - 1993 Arts & Sciences
Cornell University College of arts Sciences. Careers After Cornell 1993. arts Sciences. astronomy. astronomy majors in the Class
Cornell University
Careers After Cornell - 1993
Astronomy Astronomy majors in the Class of 1993 chose to pursue a variety of graduate/professional school and employment interests, as listed below. Comparable historical data is provided to allow comparisons and observations of trends in activities and salaries. Number Graduated Number Responded Response Rate
1993 Graduate/Professional Education
Field Institution Astronomy University of Chicago
1993 Employment
Employer Title NA NA
Profile of Astronomy Graduates 1993-1985
Total Graduates Total Responses Grad/Prof School Employed Seeking Employment Other Endeavors NA NA
Annual Starting Salaries 1993-1985
Mean Median High Low NA NA NA NA
Cornell University conducts a biennial study of the postgraduate activities of its graduates. The 1993 survey population consisted of all 3,109 recipients of bachelor's degrees in the Class of 1993, including 1,066 in the College of Arts and Sciences. All January, May, and August graduates with mailing addresses in the U.S. were mailed questionnaires in November 1993. The response rate was 66.6% for the University and 63.9% for the College of Arts and Sciences.
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89. Arts & Sciences--Astronomy
College of arts Sciences. +astronomy. 104 Overman Hall, 3722421. Minor only(19-21 hours) Five courses chosen from ASTR 201, 212, 305, 307, 309, 321, 403;
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90. Liberal Arts Physics - Addison Wesley / Benjamin Cummings Catalog
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91. Peterweb Creations : Visual Arts: Photography
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department wishes to emphasize that its 0080s courses in both physics and astronomyuse little mathematics and are especially designed for liberal arts students
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The Department of Physics and Astronomy offers three major degree options: a BS in physics, a BS in physics and astronomy, and a BA in physics and astronomy. The BS degrees are intended for students who wish to prepare for graduate school in a scientific or technical discipline or who are interested in professional careers in which a background in physics or astronomy is appropriate. The BA degree is designed primarily for students who wish to develop a general scientific background appropriate for many careers including health-related professions or MBA programs. The Certificate in Photonics may be added by students in the bachelor of science physics program. Students planning to pursue a degree within the department are urged to consult a departmental advisor at any time during the freshman year and should obtain a copy of the department's brochure for undergraduates in 100 Allen Hall. *The department offers the PhysicS Minor, best suited for students from other schools.

93. Astronomy -
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