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‎HEMENT FELIX‎

Reference : R320031387

(1896)

‎PREMIERES NOTIONS DE COSMOGRAPHIE / 7e EDITION.‎

‎DELAGRAVE. 1896. In-12. Cartonné. Etat d'usage, Couv. défraîchie, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 152 pages aumgentées de nombreuses figures en noir in texte - Ouvrage partiellement desolidarisé.. . . . Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎Henarejos Philippe‎

Reference : 100094434

(1998)

ISBN : 2709809419

‎Le Guide d'observation du ciel‎

‎Sélection du Reader's Digest 1998 10x19x2cm. 1998. Broché. 255 pages. Très bon état‎


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‎[MOYES AND BARCLAY] - ‎ ‎HENDERSON THOMAS‎

Reference : PHO-139

(1844)

‎ON THE RIGHT ASCENSIONS OF THE PRINCIPAL FIXED STARS‎


‎On the right ascensions of the principal fixed sars, deduced from observations made at the observatory, cape of good hope, in the years 1832 and 1833. From the memoirs of the royal astronomical society, Vol XV. In 4° carton, 19pp ‎

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‎HENNEQUIN (P. P.) ‎

Reference : 54767

(1838)

‎Les Petits Astronomes et les petits Physiciens‎

‎Belin Le Prieur Libraire 1838 In-12, reliure de l’époque pleine basane fauve, plats encadrés de roulettes dorées, dos orné de fers romantiques, 335 pp., frontispice, page de titre avec vignette, 2 planches hors-texte sous serpentes. Dos insolé, sinon exemplaire d’usage en assez bon état.‎


‎Initiation du jeune public à l’astronomie, à la physique, à la météorologie, etc. Bon état d’occasion ‎

Librairie de l'Avenue - Saint-Ouen

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‎Henniig Richard‎

Reference : 85510

(1971)

‎Les grandes énigmes de l'univers‎

‎Laffont 1971 in8. 1971. Cartonné. 258 pages. Bon Etat‎


Livres-sur-sorgue - Isle-sur-la-sorgue

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‎Henri Andoyer‎

Reference : 23055

(1918)

‎Notice sur les travaux scientifiques de M. H. Andoyer,..‎

‎ 1918 Paris : Gauthier-Villars, 1918. IN4 broché,dont 1 supplément ; In-4°.58+27p., 2 parties.27 cm.couverture leg.defraichie‎


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‎Henri GILBAULT‎

Reference : 3010

(1900)

‎LE PROGRES, tableau du progrès organique, intellectuel, scientifique, industriel, social et moral de l'humanité. Ouvrage illustré de 315 gravures par différents artistes.‎

‎ 1900 Librairie d'Education Nationale, Paris, sans date (vers 1900). Un volume in 4° relié percaline rouge de l'éditeur, décor Art Nouveau noir et doré sur le dos et les plats, un mmors fendu, bon état pour le reste. 380 pages‎


‎ Remises possibles sur les achats en lot, achetez plusieurs objets à la fois ! Reçoit sur rendez-vous pour consultation des ouvrages.‎

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‎Henroteau F.‎

Reference : R260270335

(1921)

‎Les étoiles simples Collection Encyclopédie scientifique‎

‎Octave Doin. 1921. In-12. Relié. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 243 pages augmentées de quelques fuigures dans texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎Etiquette sur coiffe en pied. Tampon bibliothèque. Collection Encyclopédie scientifique. Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎Henseling (Robert)‎

Reference : 1597

(1939)

‎Laienfragen an einen Sterntundigen‎

‎Kosmos Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1939 Book Condition, Etat : Bon broché In-8 1 vol. - 77 pages‎


‎35 Abbildungen 1ste auflage ‎

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‎Herrmann (Dieter B.)‎

Reference : 69874

(1984)

‎The History of Astronomy from Herschel to Hertzsprung, Translated and Revised by Kevin Krisciunas‎

‎Cambridge University Press Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1984 Book Condition, Etat : Bon hardcover, editor's full red clothes, no dust-jacket grand In-8 1 vol. - 230 pages‎


‎76 illustrations in black and white 1st English Edition, Translated on the Third German Contents, Chapitres : Contents, Preface to the English Edition, Translator's Preface, x, Text, 220 pages - 1. Construction and motion of the heavens, classical astronomy - The origins of astrophysics - Microcosmos, macrocosmos - Technology and the organization of research - Afterword, Chronolohy, Notes, Bibliography and index no dust-jacket, else near fine copy, no markings‎

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‎Herrmann Joachim‎

Reference : R320177530

(1987)

ISBN : 2724232356

‎Les étoiles - Collection la nature en couleurs.‎

‎France Loisirs / Solar. 1987. In-8. Relié. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 288 pages - texte sur deux colonnes - nombreuses illustrations en couleurs dans et hors texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎Collection la nature en couleurs - illustrations de Sabine Herrmann-Ikram. Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎"HERSCHEL, ALEXANDER.‎

Reference : 47897

(1870)

‎Path of the Large Fireball of November 6, 1869.‎

‎[No place], 1870. 8vo. In the original printed wrappers. Offprint from ""The Proceedings of the Meteorological Society"", June 15, 1870. No backstrip, light miscolouring to front wrapper. Fine and clean. Pp. 140-50.‎


‎First printing.‎

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‎"HERSCHEL, ALEXANDER S.‎

Reference : 47909

(1871)

‎Observations of the August Meteors in 1871. - [OFFPRINT ISSUE INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR]‎

‎[No place], 1871. 8vo. In the original blue wrappers with author's inscription, ""From the author"", to front wrapper. Offprint from ""The Quarterly Journal of the Meteorological Society"", november 15, 1871. Wrappers with soiling, otherwise fine. Pp. 33-37 + large folded plate.‎


‎Scarce offprint issue inscribed by the author of this short memoire of his observations of the meteors in August 1871.Alexander Stewart Herschel (1836 - 1907), son of John Herschel and the grandson of William Herschel, did pioneering work in meteor spectroscopy. Herschel was the first to observe a meteor spectrum. ‎

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‎HERSCHEL (J.F.W.)‎

Reference : 7635

‎Outlines of astronomy -- TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE‎

‎Longman and Roberts, 1859, un fort volume grand in 8 relié en plein veau glacé, dos richement orné de fers dorés, fers et filets dorés sur les plats, tranches jaspées (reliure de l'époque), 24pp., 714pp., 7 planches dont une dépliante‎


‎---- TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE de prix, en reliure de l'époque, offert par le Scotch College de Melbourne à Hector Wilson -- Sixième édition**7635/ARM3‎

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‎HERSCHEL, J.F.W.‎

Reference : 19601

(1831)

‎Vom Licht. Bearbeitet von J.F.W. Herschel. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt von J.C. Edouard Schmidt.‎

‎Stuttgart und Tübingen, Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 1831. Cont. boards. A little wear to spines, corners bumped. 693,(1) pp. and 11 folded engraved plates.‎


‎First German edition.‎

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‎[MOYES AND BARCLAY] - ‎ ‎HERSCHEL JOHN‎

Reference : PHO-170

(1845)

‎MEMOIR OF FRANCIS BAILY‎


‎From the monthly notices of the royal astronomical society, vol.VI, November 1844. In 8° carton, 48 pp ‎

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‎HERSCHEL JOHN FILS‎

Reference : RO20203369

(1834)

‎TRAITE D'ASTRONOMIE‎

‎A COMPTE D'AUTEUR. 1834. In-8. Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage, Coins frottés, Dos frotté, Intérieur frais. 224 pages + 15 planches en noir et blanc - plats et contre-plats jaspés - 1 etiquette collée au dos - 1 tampon sur la page de titre et au dos.. . . . Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎TRADUIT DE L'ANGLAIS PAR M. PEYROT - Sommaire: forme et grandeur de la Terre, de la nature des instruments astronomiques et des observations en general, de la geographie, de la figure de la terre, de l'Uranographie, du mouvement du soleil, de la lune, sa periode siderale, de la gravité terrestre.. Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎"HERSCHEL, JOHN FREDERICK WILLIAM.‎

Reference : 46008

(1864)

‎Catalogue of Nebulae and Clusters of Stars. Received October 16, - Read November 19, 1863.‎

‎London, Taylor and Francis, 1864. 4to. No wrappers. In: ""Philosophical Transactions"" Vol. 154, Part I. With titlepage to vol. 154. Pp. 1-137. Stamps to verso of titlepage.‎


‎First edition of this importent atlas of Nebulae. The atlas contains 5.079 nebulae and clusters. It was later revised by Johann Dreyer to the widely used ""A New general Catalogue"" or NGG, 1888.‎

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‎Herschel, John Frederick William (1792-1871):‎

Reference : 590BG

(1850)

‎Britischer Astronom.‎

‎O.O., (um 1850). Lithographie. Blattgrösse: 22 x 18 cm.‎


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‎HERSCHEL (Sir John F.W.). ‎

Reference : 13311

(1834)

‎Traité d'Astronomie. Traduit de l'Anglais et Suivi d'une Addition sur la Distribution des Orbites Cométaires dans l'Espace par Augustin Cournot.‎

‎ 1834 Paris, Paulin, 1834. in-12.reliure demi veau,dos lisse orné, 4ff. 529pp. , Première Edition Française donnée par le mathématicien Augustin Cournot. Un chapitre important (pp. 74 à 124) est consacré à la description des Instruments Astronomiques (Télescopes, Pendules, Chronomètres, Niveaux etc.). 3 planches hors-texte et nombreuses figures dans le texte (10 pour le chapitre sur les Instruments). Cette édition contient à la fin un travail mathématique original de Cournot. Sous le titre de "Sur la Distribution des Orbites Cométaires dans l'Espace" c'est une application de la théorie des probabilités et du concept de "valeur moyenne" aux phénomènes de l'Astronomie. C'est sans doute un des premiers travaux de Cournot sur les probabilités. Rousseurs. ‎


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‎"HERSCHEL, WILLIAM.‎

Reference : 56995

(1782)

‎Account of a Comet. - [THE DISCOVERY OF URANUS]‎

‎London, Lockyer Davis, and Peter Elmsly, 1782. 4to. In recent marbled paper wrappers. Extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions"", vol. 71, read April 26, 1781. Including title-page of volume. Leaves reinforced in margin. (2), V-VII, 492-501 pp. + three folded plates. ‎


‎First edition of Herschel's seminal paper being the first recorded discovery of a new planet. Herschel's ""discovery [was] unprecedented in human history. [...] Herschel's ""new"" planet demonstrated that there is much more to the universe - even to our tiny solar system - than the eye can discern on its own."" (Lemonick, The Georgian Star).British astronomer William Herschel commenced ""his first review of the heavens, in which he examined stars down to the fourth magnitude. In August of that year he began a second review, more systematic and extensive than the first, and concentrated on the discovery of double stars"" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography)In March 1781, during his search for double stars, Herschel noticed an object appearing as a disk. Herschel originally thought it was a comet or a stellar disc, which he believed he might actually resolve. He reported the sighting to Nevil Maskelyne the Astronomer Royal. He made many more observations of it, and afterwards Russian Academician Anders Lexell computed the orbit and found it to be probably planetary. Herschel agreed, determining that it must be a planet beyond the orbit of Saturn. He called the new planet the ""Georgian star"" (Georgium sidus) after King George III, which also brought him favour"" the name did not hold. In France, where reference to the British king was to be avoided if possible, the planet was known as ""Herschel"" until the name ""Uranus"" was universally adopted. The same year, Herschel was awarded the Copley Medal and elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. In 1782, he was appointed ""The King's Astronomer"" (not to be confused with the Astronomer Royal). Dibner 13Sparrow 157Norman 1058.‎

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‎HERSCHEL, WILLIAM‎

Reference : 57070

(1790)

‎Account of the Discovery of a Sixth and Seventh Satellite of the Planet Saturn" with Remarks on the Construction of its Ring, its Atmosphere, its Rotation on an Axis, and its spheroidical Figure‎

‎London, Peter Elmsly, 1790. 4to. In recent marbled paper wrappers. Extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions"". Including title-page of volume. Title-page with professional repair to lower margin, not affecting text. Leaves reinforced in margin. Very light brownspotting through out and light offsetting from folding plate as usual. (2), iii-vi, (2), (1)-20 pp. + three folded plates.‎


‎First edition of Herschel's important paper on his observations of the rings of Saturn. ""Saturn exercised a special fascination for Herschel, and between 1789 and 1808 he devoted seven papers and part of an eighth to the planet, its ring, and its satellites.On 19 August 1787 Herschel suspected he had found a sixth and previously unknown satellite, but he was not able to confirm this until 28 August 1789, when his forty-foot telescope came into commission. A few days later he found a seventh satellite. For some months he carefully tracked the satellites, establishing for Mimas and Enceladus periods within seconds of the modern values, and giving evidence to show that Iapetus rotates in its period of revolution.He also made careful observations of the rings, which he believed to be solid. As the earth happened to be in the plane of the ring structure at the time, he compared the thickness of the ring when seen edge-on with the diameter of Jupiter's satellites"" and although his estimate exceeds modern values, his method showed that the thickness did not exceed a few hundred miles."" (DSB)‎

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‎HERSCHEL, WILLIAM.‎

Reference : 42390

(1815)

‎A series of observations of the satellites of the Georgian planet, including a passage through the node of their orbits with an introductory account of the telescopic apparatus that has been used on this occasion" and a final exposition of some calcu...‎

‎(London, W. Bulmer and Co., 1815). 4to. No wrappers as extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions"" 1815 - Part II. Pp. 293-362 and 1 engraved plate. Wide-margined, fine and clean.‎


‎First appearance of Herschel's second large paper on sattelites. Herschel discovered Uranus in 1781, and this paper is concerned with the sattelites of Uranus (The Georgiean Planet).""His two long papers of 1798 and 1815 (the paper offered) were decvoted almost entirely to sattelites. In 1798 he made the astonishing announcement that the motion of the two known satellites of Uranus was retrograde. he also believed, as the result ofnumerous difficult observations, that he had discovered four additional sattelites, but their existence has not been confirmed.""(DSB).‎

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‎"HERSCHEL, WILLIAM.‎

Reference : 57071

(1795)

‎Description of a Forty-Feet Reflecting Telescope. - [HERSCHEL'S FAMOUS 40-FOOT TELESCOPE]‎

‎London, Peter Elmsly, 1795. 4to. In recent marbled paper wrappers. Extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions"". Including title-page of volume. Leaves reinforced in margin. Light offsetting from folded plates as usual. Plate depicting the full telescope with professional repair to lower right corner. (4), 347-410 pp. + 19 folded plates. ‎


‎First appearance of William Herschel account of his great 40-foot telescope. It was the largest telescope in the world for 50 years and it was possibly used to discover Enceladus and Mimas, the 6th and 7th moons of Saturn. The plate of the 40-foot telescope fully assembled remains as one of the great icons of astronomy. ""It is well known that King George III granted £2,000 for the construction of the 40-foot reflector, and that this was supplemented by a further £2,000 plus other expenses. Only recently has it become evident that the second grant was made in the context of a serious row between monarch and astronomer. Herschel was of course in uncharted territory in attempting the construction of such a monster. The king had understood that the first £2,000 was the total required, and when this proved not to be the case he may well have suspected Herschel of deliberately underestimating the costs involved when making his original application. Although the king acceded-reluctantly-to the second request, from then on Herschel was required to account for every last penny of expenditure, and was told in no uncertain terms that no further grant would be forthcoming.The 40-foot reflector proved cumbersome and its results did not justify the labor and cost of its construction. What has only recently been appreciated is the extent to which it became a millstone around its creator's neck. From Herschel's point of view, it lost its principal raison d'être in 1790 when an observation with the 20-foot convinced him of the existence of ""true nebulosity."" But to the king it was an enduring symbol of his patronage of science, and visitors to Windsor Castle were invited to make the short journey to Slough to see the world's biggest telescope."" (DSB)‎

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‎"HERSCHEL, WILLIAM.‎

Reference : 42012

(1806)

‎Observations and Remarks on the Figure, the Climate, and the Atmosphere of Saturn, and its Ring.‎

‎(London, Bulwer and Co., 1806). Large 4to. Without wrappers as extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London."" Year 1806-Part II. Herschel's memoir pp. 455-466 a. 1 engraved plate.‎


‎First appearance of Herschel's last paper on Saturn and its ring. He determined Saturns period of rotation and he discovered two more inner satellites. One of these, Iapetus, he found to perform its rotation, but he believed, wrongly, that the rings were solid.‎

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