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13 Planets

Author : David A. Aguilar
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Profiles each of the planets in Earth's solar system, including Pluto, Ceres, Eris, Haumea, MakeMake, the sun, the Oort cloud, comets, and more.

Government wide Index to Federal Research Development Reports

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The American Journal of Science

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The American Journal of Science and Arts

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Blue Y

Author : Richard Ed. Wells
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Picking up where they left off in RED-X, BLUE-Y finds the alien girl Zodoo chaotically pursuing her birthright to become a GOD after being possessed by the demon Kali. After much doing they subdue her but by then the earth is invaded by the Insectoids, forcing Obediah to revive Zodoo/Kali to raise her undead army to help thwart sure defeat. As one worldwide battle ensued, politicians initiated multiple schemes to undermine and control the world's poor and sabotage Terrordyne's aid projects across the globe. Fighting off invading aliens, corrupt politicians controlled by the 1 per-centers, the worldwide nuclear threat, and abject poverty forced upon the people, Terrordyne's leader employs a master plan of his own to rid the world of these evils once and for all. By instituting massive work projects, jobs programs, and incredible humanitarian inventions, Obediah begins to free the poor and middle class from under the boots of the oppressive regimes that kept the masses locked out. Their schemes and plots culminated in the firing of every nuke on the planet straight at Ten Mile High. See Monolithica, the Obama Maru, the Tokugawa, the Huangdi, and Alexander weapons platforms combine to fight off Yacafearian invaders, as the Giant Behemoth, commanded by Jeraldo Icefinger fights to capture the Insectoid Queen, Mettarra. With megalomaniacal Gods, multiple alien attackers, demons from other dimensions and good old fashion solutions to corruption, this is the answer to a lot of questions unleashed in this non-descript package. Wow... Hold onto you hats, cause this is some kind of ride!

Rocky Planets

Author : Kyla Steinkraus
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In Rocky Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars, students will examine the four planets closest to the Sun and make observations about the solar system. Filled with fun facts, young learners will love exploring the scientific information and drawing conclusions about life now and in the future. The Inside Outer Space series takes readers on an intergalactic journey that unravels the mysteries of the universe. Each 24-page book informs readers in grades K–3 on the Sun, Earth, planets, and stars, while also igniting imaginations about the unknown. Stunning photographs and diagrams engage readers, while text-based questions aid in reading comprehension

Jupiter and the Outer Planets

Author : Andrew Solway
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What are the outer planets like, and could we ever visit there? Taking the form of an imaginary trip, this book explores the science and history of the outer planets looking at recent studies and possibilities for the future.

Ephemeris of the Distances of the Four Planets Venus Mars Jupiter and Saturn from the Moon s Center

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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

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Portfolio of 8 charts accompanies v. 83.

Meridian Ephemeris of the Sun and Planets for the year 1836 computed at the expense of F Baily and printed for the Royal Astronomical Society

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Collection of English Almanacs for the Years 1702 1835

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Intelligent Life in the Universe

Author : Peter Ulmschneider
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This book examines the origins, development and fate of intelligent species in the observable part of our universe. It scrutinizes what kind of information about extraterrestrial intelligent life can be inferred from our own biological, cultural and scientific evolution and the likely future of mankind. There is emphasis on the geological conditions and consequences of life's conquest of land as the pre-condition for the emergence of life with our type of technical intelligence.

Astrologia Gallica

Author : Jean-Baptiste Morin
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This volume contains an English translation of Books 13, 14, 15 and 19 of the Astrologia Gallica, in which Morin explains the strengths of the planets, the division of the sky into celestial houses, the essential dignities of the planets, and the principles of judgment. These are fundamentals of horoscopic astrology. Morin was a physician who became the most renowned of all French astrologers. He was appointed Royal Mathematician to King Louis XIII and was present at the birth of the future King Louis XIV "The Sun King." His massive Latin work, Astrologia Gallica, was published in folio at the Hague in 1661. The present volume continues the series of English translations of those books of the Astrologia Gallica that are primarily devoted to astrological techniques. With its publication, Books 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, and 24 are now available in English.

Astronomy Or The True System of the Planets Demonstrated

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The Babylonian Theory of the Planets

Author : N. M. Swerdlow
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In the second millennium b.c., Babylonian scribes assembled a vast collection of astrological omens, believed to be signs from the gods concerning the kingdom's political, military, and agricultural fortunes. The importance of these omens was such that from the eighth or seventh until the first century, the scribes observed the heavens nightly and recorded the dates and locations of ominous phenomena of the moon and planets in relation to stars and constellations. The observations were arranged in monthly reports along with notable events and prices of agricultural commodities, the object being to find correlations between phenomena in the heavens and conditions on earth. These collections of omens and observations form the first empirical science of antiquity and were the basis of the first mathematical science, astronomy. For it was discovered that planetary phenomena, although irregular and sometimes concealed by bad weather, recur in limited periods within cycles in which they are repeated on nearly the same dates and in nearly the same locations. N. M. Swerdlow's book is a study of the collection and observation of ominous celestial phenomena and of how intervals of time, locations by zodiacal sign, and cycles in which the phenomena recur were used to reduce them to purely arithmetical computation, thereby surmounting the greatest obstacle to observation, bad weather. The work marks a striking advance in our understanding of both the origin of scientific astronomy and the astrological divination through which the kingdoms of ancient Mesopotamia were governed. Originally published in 1998. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

CS13 Mundane Astrology

Author : C. C. Zain
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This book is Course 13 in the 21 Brotherhood of Light Course series by C. C. Zain on the Hermetic Sciences, Astrology, Alchemy, Tarot, Kabbalah and the Occult. Mundane astrology is the study of how astrological influences affect nations, cities, states, communities, corporations and groups. Local and world trends can be studied through the use of mundane cycle charts of the major planets. This book is one of the rare technical manuals covering the astrology of world affairs. It teaches the student how to construct and interpret mundane cycle charts. It shows how to determine the timing of the birth of a corporation or nation-state. The book covers the cycles of Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, giving many real-world examples of how aspects in the charts are linked to world events. The book provides examples of planets transiting through a sign and Major (secondary) progressed aspects in the birth charts of nations and cities. It also discusses Sun cycle charts, major conjunctions of the planets, moon cycles and eclipses. Abundant real-world examples of these cycle charts, their aspects and the associated events taken directly from the World Almanac, show how knowledge of astrological trends enable organizations and nation-states to take precautionary actions.

Cryocoolers 13

Author : Ronald G. Ross
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The last two years have witnessed a continuation in the breakthrough shift toward pulse tube cryocoolers for long-life, high-reliability cryocooler applications. New this year are papers de scribing the development of very large pulse tube cryocoolers to provide up to 1500 watts of cooling for industrial applications such as cooling the superconducting magnets of Mag-lev trains, coolmg superconducting cables for the power mdustry, and liquefymg natural gas. Pulse tube coolers can be driven by several competing compressor technologies. One class of pulse tube coolers is referred to as "Stirling type" because they are based on the linear Oxford Stirling-cooler type compressor; these generally provide coolmg m the 30 to 100 K temperature range and operate ^t frequencies from 30 to 60 Hz. A second type of pulse tube cooler is the so-called "Gifford-McMahon type. " Pulse tube coolers of this type use a G-M type compressor and lower frequency operation (~1 Hz) to achieve temperatures in the 2 to 10 K temperature range. The third type of pulse tube cooler is driven by a thermoacoustic oscillator, a heat engine that functions well in remote environments where electricity is not readily available. All three types are described, and in total, nearly half of this proceedings covers new developments in the pulse tube arena. Complementing the work on low-temperature pulse tube and Gifford-McMahon cryocoolers is substantial continued progress on rare earth regenerator materials.

Upsilon Andromedae

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Planetary Sciences

Author : Imke de Pater
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An authoritative introduction for graduate students in the physical sciences, this textbook explains the wide variety of physical, chemical, and geological processes that govern the motions and properties of planets. The second edition of this award-winning textbook has been substantially updated and improved. It now contains a reorganized discussion of small bodies, including a detailed description of the Kuiper belt and asteroid belt; a significantly expanded chapter on extrasolar planets and what they tell us about planetary systems; and appendixes providing a glossary of acronyms, tables of key spacecraft, a summary of observing techniques, and a sampling of very recent images. With over 300 exercises to help students apply the concepts covered, this textbook is ideal for courses in astronomy, planetary science and earth science, and well suited as a reference for researchers. Color versions of many figures and movie clips supplementing the text are available at www.cambridge.org/9780521853712.

Cosmic Ships

Author : Samael Aun Weor
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In 1950, while discussing flying saucers with three other physicists at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Enrico Fermi asked, “Where is everybody?” as if to say, if there is intelligent life elsewhere in the universe, why do we have no proof? For sixty years, scientists and the public have debated the answer to this question, yet none have considered what Samael Aun Weor explains in Cosmic Ships: “We are absolutely sure that the cannibals from Africa and the Amazon also felt very annoyed when they could not capture an explorer. Regarding concrete facts about flying saucers, people want to proceed like cannibals, however, it is clear that the crews of those cosmic ships-who know human savagery very well-are not willing to let themselves be ensnared, since they know very well the fortune that awaits them-that is, the intellectual-loafers would make them prisoners, the ships would be seized and used for war, etc.” Logical analysis of the facts demonstrates not only the existence of advanced humanities, but their presence on our planet. There are thousands of documented cases of unexplained ships, hundreds of cases of governments hiding what they know, and decades of an attempt to encourage the populace to discard the facts as fantasy or foolishness. Through stories from his own experience and analysis of well-known events, Samael Aun Weor shows that much of what we believe about extraterrestrials is false, based on fear, stubborn skepticism, and outright lies. He explains how easy it is for advanced humanities to hide from us, and why they must: because we are so consumed by psychological defects like pride, greed, and envy that we are a danger to ourselves and the universe. That is why they are here: to understand why we are such savages, and how to help us change for the better. It is time for us to stop trying to capture or destroy them, and welcome their assistance. * Based on clear logic, facts, and documented events * Shatters myths about UFOs and alien visitors * Grounded in both solid science and spiritual tradition