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The Astronomer's Herschel 400 Journal By Edward P. Flaspoehler, Jr.
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The Astronomer's Herschel 400 Journal is a 8.5x11 inch soft cover, spiral-bound book useful for anyone interested in astronomy as a serious observer. The Herschel 400 Journal consists of 40 log pages... More > containing on each page 10 of the 400 objects on the Astronomical League's Herschel 400 List. The Herschel objects are listed in order by NGC number. Each listing is already filled in with the essential information on each object, including NGC Number, Right Ascension and Declination, Visual Magnitude, the Type of Object, and the Constellation in which it can be located. Right Ascension and Declination have been updated to Epoch 2000. There is plenty of space in each entry to be filled in by the user with a brief description of the object when it is observed. Each page contains defined fields of entry, and provides generous space for the observer's notes and additional information on the object.< Less
Observing the Herschel Part III Objects By Alvin Huey
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Observing the Herschel Part III Objects - The third group of Herschel objects generated by Tom Hoffelder consisting of 300 galaxies. This is an excellent step for those who completed the Part I and... More > II list. A 10 or 12" scope is needed to see all objects on this list, but an 8" can see most of them. (300+ pages)< Less
Fairy Tails From Folk Lore By Herschel Williams
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European Heritage Series: Book One Fairy Tails from Folk Lore By: Herschel Williams Illustrated By: M.H. Squire Originally Printed 1908 Reproduced By: Printessa This book contains Folk... More > Lore and Fairy Tails of Irish, Scottish, Scandinavian, English, German and Welsh for children and adults alike. This is the first in the series of reproduced stories, folk lore, fairy tales, history and more, to share our and further our children's minds in the knowledge of their European History and Heritage.....< Less
Today You Die By Herschel Cozine
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An collection of mysteries and crimes that will thrill and chill. From state sponsored execution to revenge killings, this book will entertain the avid mystery reader.
Today You Die By Herschel Cozine
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An collection of mysteries and crimes that will thrill and chill. From state sponsored execution to revenge killings, this book will entertain the avid mystery reader.
ERRORS IN THE BIBLE By HERSCHEL RICHARD
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A very decorative Gospel tract for Christian Business to place in their lobby
ERRORS IN THE BIBLE By HERSCHEL RICHARD
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A very decorative Gospel tract for Christian Business to place in their lobby
Observing the Herschel 400 Objects (Part II) By Alvin Huey
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Observing the Herschel 400 Objects (Part II) - The seond group of 400 Herschel object generated in 1997. This is an excellent second part of the overall list of 2,500 Herschel Objects. A 10"... More > scope is needed to see all objects on this list, but an 8" can see most of them. (400+ pages)< Less
Observing the Herschel 400 Objects - Part I By Alvin Huey
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Observing the Herschel 400 - Part I Objects - The first group of 400 Herschel object generated by the Ancient City Astronomy Club in 1980. This is an excellent next list for observer's who completed... More > the Messier list. A 6" telescope is sufficient to see all objects on this list. (400+ pages)< Less
Outlines of Astronomy By SIR JOHN HERSCHEL
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SIR JOHN HERSCHEL Outlines of Astronomy Sir John Frederick William Herschel, only child—and, as an astronomer, almost the only rival—of Sir William Herschel, was born at Slough, in... More > Ireland, on March 7, 1792. At first privately educated, in 1813 he graduated from St. John's College, Cambridge, as senior wrangler and first Smith's prizeman. He chose the law as his profession; but in 1816 reported that, under his father's direction, he was going "to take up stargazing." He then began a re-examination of his father's double stars. In 1825 he wrote that he was going to take nebulæ under his especial charge. He embarked in 1833 with his family for the Cape; and his work at Feldhausen, six miles from Cape Town, marked the beginning of southern sidereal astronomy. The result of his four years' work there was published in 1847. From 1855 he devoted himself at Collingwood to the collection and revival of his father's and his own labours.< Less