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The Telescope Travelers By Peter Oppenheim
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In this fun adventure novel for young readers, Zack and his older sister, Taylor, were enjoying the last few days of their summer vacation when they made a fantastic discovery. A mysterious box... More > buried in the sand with an unusual telescope inside. A telescope with the ability to transport them to any place they view. Where did it come from? Who does it belong to and why was it buried? Soon Zack and Taylor uncover the telescope’s amazing abilities. Will the universe ever be the same? Will they?< Less
Through the Telescope By Castor Pollux
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It is my pleasure to share with you the culmination of a very long project. Castor Pollux is a group of 9th grade students at Webster Schroeder High School in upstate New York who spent about six... More > months researching the Hero’s Journey pattern as outlined by mythologist Joseph Campbell. Using references to mythology, literature, television, and film, the students began to see how the Hero's Journey permeates not only our culture, but all cultures across time and geographic location. From there, the students explored how the pattern is part of the human condition and how it can be used as a tool to examine their own lives.< Less
Through the Telescope By Susan Groom
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A second collection of wide ranging contemporary poems from the popular Whitstable poet: Sue Groom.
Through the Telescope By Susan Groom
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A second collection of wide ranging contemporary poems from the popular Whitstable poet: Sue Groom.
Telescopes: The Unconventional Guide By Jose Bushnell
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In the hundreds of years since telescopes were invented, there have nearly literally been hundreds and hundreds of new developments that have come about as well. Constant improving and updating has... More > been followed by technological advancements in telescope design as well as functionality. Grab this ebook today to learn everything you need to know.< Less
Photon electron telescope By Ilija Barukcic
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The aim of this book is to discuss the physics and the design of a photon electron telescope. The realisation of a photon electron telescope will improve the possiblities of atronomy and science... More > dramatically. The discussed principles are equally the foundation for a three dimensional camera and tv.< Less
Collecting Old Telescopes By Peter Hunt
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An interesting book about Collecting Old Telescopes. Lots of information and pictures of old telescopes. Good for collectors or anyone interested in these old scientific instruments.
Astronomy Without a Telescope By Steve Nerlich
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Astronomy Without a Telescope provides an easy-to-digest introduction to modern astronomy and cosmology, with a few of the author's speculations about alien biology and the ultimate fate of the... More > universe thrown in. This book is packed with spectacular images and hyperlinks to in-depth background articles that will satisfy both novice and expert.< Less
SHANE SIMMONS: Telescopic By Bruno David Gallery Publications
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Published by the gallery for the exhibition “Telescopic” by Shane Simmons at Bruno David Gallery. This catalogue includes an interview of Shane Simmons by Philip Matthews and afterword by... More > Bruno L. David. (Softcover, 7 x 9 in, 48 pgs, color, July 2014)< Less
The Telescope Builder and Other Stories By Steve Silkin
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I had moved to a new neighborhood, freshly carved out of a hillside on the western edge of the San Fernando Valley. My junior high was named after George Ellery Hale, the man who built the telescope... More > that unveiled the secrets of the universe. I’ve thought about Hale over the years, the man, his telescope, the school named after him and the students and teachers I knew there. It was in those days that a body was dumped up the street from my house. Then there was the kid who went home from school one day and shot himself in the head. Then there was the classmate I admired who got addicted to crack and died of exposure sleeping on a downtown street. I’ve thought about it all a lot. It must mean something. It must.< Less