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‎"HERSCHEL, WILLIAM.‎

Reference : 57206

(1790)

‎On the Satellites of the Planet Saturn, and the Rotation of its Ring on an Axis.‎

‎London, Lockyer Davis, 1790 4to. In recent marbled paper wrappers. Extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions"". Including title-page of volume. Leaves reinforced in margin. Very light brownspotting through out and light offsetting from folding plate as usual. (I)-IV, 427-496 pp. + 1 folded plates.‎


‎First edition of Herschel's important paper on his observations 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 : 48001

(1918)

‎William Herschel's Observations of Variable Stars and Stars Suspected of Variability.‎

‎[No place], 1918. 8vo. In the original printed wrappers. Offprint from ""Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society"", Vol. LXXVIII, No. 8. Fine and clean. Pp. (2), 555-568.‎


‎Offprint of a catalogue of astronomer William Herschel's abservations from May 12, 1783 to May 27, 1796.‎

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‎"HERSCHEL, WILLIAM (+) (IMMANUEL KANT)‎

Reference : 60148

(1791)

‎Über den Bau des Himmels. Drey Abhandlungen aus dem Englischen übersetzt. nebst einem authentischen auszug aus Kants allgemeiner Naturgeschichte und Theorie des Himmels. Mit Kupfern. (Übersetzt von G.M. Sommer). - [INAUGURATING THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF THE MILKY WAY]‎

‎Königsberg, Friedrich Nicolovius, 1791. 8vo. In a modest contemporary half calf binding with five raised bands. Wear to boards, parts of the marbled paper worn of. Internally with very light occassional brownspotting, printed on good paper. XII,204 pp. 3 folded engraved plates.‎


‎First German edition of three of Herschels most important contributions to cosmology. ""In three important papers he developed a cosmogony in which the universe began with stars scattered throughout infinite space. In the 1784 and 1785 papers Herschel also inaugurated the scientific study of the Milky Way"" (DSB VI, 332). The 3 works were published in ""Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society"" under the titles 1) ""Account of some Observations tending to investigate the Constitution of the Heavens"" (1784) - 2) ""On the Construction of the Heavens"" (1785) and 3) ""Catalogue of a second Thousand of new Nebulae and Clusters of the Stars"" with a few introductory Remarks on the Construction of the heavens"" (1789).- The supplement pp. 163-200, giving the abridged version of Kant's ""Naturgeschichte und Theorie des Himmels"" (1755), is Kant's own abridgement (authentische Auszug), and is hereby issued before the second edition from 1797. (See Warda No. 5). ‎

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‎HERSCHEL, WILLIAM. - INDICATION OF THE UNIVERSALITY OF NEWTON'S LAWS OF MOTION.‎

Reference : 42303

(1803)

‎Account of the Changes that have happened, during the last Twenty-five Years, in the relative Situation of Double-stars" with an Investigation of the Cause to which they are owing. Read June 9, 1803.‎

‎(London, Bulwer and Co., 1803). 4to. Without wrappers as extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London."" Year 1803-Part II. Pp. 339-382 and 2 engraved plates.‎


‎First appearance of a fundamental paper in cosmology and physics as it contains the first observational data to support that Newton's dynamical laws holds outside the solar system. Herschel shows here that the circulating motions of double-stars were under gravitational forces. Until then the validity of the law of gravity was only established within the solar system. Now, a century after the establishment of the law, it was traced out in the motion of incredibly distant stars and the theory first truly earned its title of Universal. The exact proof of the mutual gravitation of the double-stars was only obtained five years after Herschel's death, when the motions of the stars were more precisely dtermined.One of the most notable of Herschel's discoveries of double-stars, binary stars. A first cataloque of such pairs was published early in 1782 and contained 269, of which 227 were new discoveries. ""Twenty years after the publication of his first cataloque Herschel was of Michell's opinion - Michell had expressed the opinion that the odds in favour of a physical relation between the members of herschel's newly discovered double stars were ""beyond arithmetic"" - but was able to support it by evidence of an entirely novel and much more direct character. A series of observations of Castor, presented in two papers in the ""Philosophical Transaction"" in 1803 (the paper offered here) and 1804, which were fortunately supplemented by an observation of Bradley's in 1759, had shewn a progressive alteration in the direction of the line joining its two components, of such a character as to leave no doubt that the two stars were revolving round one another"" and there were five oher cases in which a similar motion was observed...it was shown that the double-star was really formed by a connected pair of stars near enough to influence one another's mortion.""(Berry in ""A Short History of Astronomy"" pp. 342-43).‎

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‎"HERSCHEL, WILLIAM. - INVESTIGATING NEWTON'S RINGS.‎

Reference : 42916

(1807)

‎Experiments for investigating the Cause of the coloured concentric Rings, discovered by Sir Isaac Newton. Read February 5, 1807. (+) Continuation of Experiments for investigating the Cause of coloured concentricRings, and other Appearances of a simila...‎

‎(London, W. Bulmer and Co., 1807 a. 1809). 4to. No wrappers as extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions"" 1807 - Part I. Pp. 180-233 a. 1 engraved plate., pp. 259-302 a. 3 large folded engraved plates.‎


‎First appearance of the 2 first papers in which Herschel tried to establish his own theory of light.""In a less happy venture into the physics of light, Herschel devoted three papers (1807-1810)- the two first offred here - to investigating the cause of colored concentric rings (""Newton's rings""). Ignoring the explanation already given by Thomas Young wherby the rings result from interference between light waves, Herschel ceriticized Newton' theory and attempted one of his own. he brought down on his head a storm of criticism, and this may have been a cause of his poor health at this period.""(DSB VI, p.333).‎

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‎"HERSCHEL, WILLIAM. - THE BASIS OF INTERFEROMETRIC IMAGING IN ASTRONOMY.‎

Reference : 42389

(1805)

‎Experiments for ascertaining how far Telescopes will enable us to determine very small Angles, and to distinguish the real from the spurious Diameters of celestial and terrestrial Objects: with an Application of the Result ofthese Experiments to a ser...‎

‎(London, W. Bulmer and Co., 1805). 4to. No wrappers as extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions"" 1805 - Part I. Pp. 31-64 and 1 engraved plate. Clean and fine.‎


‎First appearance of an importent paper, founding the metric of interstellar space.It was the contemporous discoveries of the first minor planets, ceres in 1801, Pallas in 1802 and Juno in 1803, that prompted Herschel to investigate the origin of the spurious diameters of stars. ""Were their apparent diameters as real as those of planets or spurious as for stars? To address this question Herschel conducted an extensive series of experiments in his garden in Slough, examining through his telescope small globules of differing sizes and materials placed in a tree some 800 ft (ca. 244 m) away (Herschel 1805). His observations showed that for the smallest globules the diameters were all spurious and all of the same size. Furthermore, he found that, if just the inner part of the aperture of the telescope were used, the spurious diameters, whether of globules or of stars, were larger. If the whole aperture was employed, the diameters were smaller, and if only an outer annular aperture was used the diameters were smaller still. This experimental discovery that unfilled apertures can be used to obtain high angular resolution remains today the essential basis for interferometric imaging in astronomy (in particular Aperture Masking Interferometry). The theoretical justification of this result came with Airy's analysis of the diffraction pattern of a circular aperture 30 years later (Airy 1835), and it took a further 30 years before the idea of using multiple apertures was developed. In an early study the Reverend W. R. Dawes noted that he had frequently found great advantage from the use of a perforated whole aperture' and that when observing Venus this produced a central image of the planet perfectly colourless, and very sharply dened' (Dawes 1866). But it was left to Fizeau, in his submission to the Commission for the Prix Bordin the following year, to remark on une relation remarquable et n´ecessaire entre la dimension des franges et celle de la source lumineuse' and suggest that by using an interferometric combination of light from two separated slits il deviendra possible d'obtenir quelques donn´ees nouvelles sur les diametres angulaires de ces astres' (Fizeau 1868).""‎

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‎"HERSCHEL, WILLIAM. - THE BASIS OF INTERFEROMETRIC IMAGING IN ASTRONOMY.‎

Reference : 45883

(1805)

‎Experiments for ascertaining how far Telescopes will enable us to determine very small Angles, and to distinguish the real from the spurious Diameters of celestial and terrestrial Objects: with an Application of the Result ofthese Experiments to a ser...‎

‎(London, W. Bulmer and Co., 1805). 4to. No wrappers as extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions"" 1805 - Part I. Pp. 31-64 and 1 engraved plate. Clean and fine.‎


‎First appearance of an importent paper, founding the metric of interstellar space.It was the contemporous discoveries of the first minor planets, ceres in 1801, Pallas in 1802 and Juno in 1803, that prompted Herschel to investigate the origin of the spurious diameters of stars. ""Were their apparent diameters as real as those of planets or spurious as for stars? To address this question Herschel conducted an extensive series of experiments in his garden in Slough, examining through his telescope small globules of differing sizes and materials placed in a tree some 800 ft (ca. 244 m) away (Herschel 1805). His observations showed that for the smallest globules the diameters were all spurious and all of the same size. Furthermore, he found that, if just the inner part of the aperture of the telescope were used, the spurious diameters, whether of globules or of stars, were larger. If the whole aperture was employed, the diameters were smaller, and if only an outer annular aperture was used the diameters were smaller still. This experimental discovery that unfilled apertures can be used to obtain high angular resolution remains today the essential basis for interferometric imaging in astronomy (in particular Aperture Masking Interferometry). The theoretical justification of this result came with Airy's analysis of the diffraction pattern of a circular aperture 30 years later (Airy 1835), and it took a further 30 years before the idea of using multiple apertures was developed. In an early study the Reverend W. R. Dawes noted that he had frequently found great advantage from the use of a perforated whole aperture' and that when observing Venus this produced a central image of the planet perfectly colourless, and very sharply dened' (Dawes 1866). But it was left to Fizeau, in his submission to the Commission for the Prix Bordin the following year, to remark on une relation remarquable et n´ecessaire entre la dimension des franges et celle de la source lumineuse' and suggest that by using an interferometric combination of light from two separated slits il deviendra possible d'obtenir quelques donn´ees nouvelles sur les diametres angulaires de ces astres' (Fizeau 1868).""‎

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‎Heudier Jean-Louis‎

Reference : RO40016666

ISBN : 2877201902

‎Le livre de la lune‎

‎z'éditions. Non daté. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 63 pages augmentées de nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc dans et hors texte.. . . A l'italienne. Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎Heudier Jean-Louis‎

Reference : 100054789

(2013)

ISBN : 2915312796

‎Notre calendrier : Une sacrée histoire‎

‎Book-e-book.com 2013 14x21x1cm. 2013. Broché.‎


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‎HEUVELMANS, B.‎

Reference : 41352

‎L'Homme parmi les étoiles. Essai.- Illustrations de Léo CAMPION.‎

‎Bruxelles-Paris, G. Delforge, 1944. in-8, 238 pages, ill. h.t. n&b, fig. in-t., reliure demi-basane à coins, dos à nerfs, titre et fleuron doré, couverture conservée.‎


‎Bel exemplaire. [109B-19] ‎

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‎"HEWISH, A. ET AL.‎

Reference : 46965

(1968)

‎Observation of a Rapidly Pulsating Radio Source. - [THE DISCOVERY OF PULSARS]‎

‎London, Macmillian and Co, 1968. Royal8vo. Bound in contemporary full cloth with title to spine. In ""Nature"", Vol. 217, 1968. Library stamp to upper right corner of title page, otherwise a fine and clean copy. Pp. 709-13. [Entier volume: XL, 1298 pp.].‎


‎First printing of the discovery of pulsars. Hewish was in 1974 awarded the Nobel Prize in physics ""for his decisive role in the discovery of pulsars"".""Their discovery, reported in 1968, came as a complete surprise, and astonishingly their radio signals behave like the ticks of a super-accurate clock. The unique characteristics of pulsars have since been used to explore the behaviour of gravity, the nature of nuclear matter, the late evolutionary stages of massive stars, and the character of the interstellar medium"". (A Century of Nature). ""Antony Hewish had played a central role in the development of aperture synthesis and in 1964 began the study of the twinkling, or scintillation, of radio sources due to irregularities in the outflow of material from the Sun, what is known as the solar wind. A remarkable by-product of these studies was the discovery of pulsating radio sources, subsequently called pulsars, by Hewish and his graduate student, Jocelyn Bell. These objects were soon convincingly identified as rapidly rotating, magnetized neutrons stars, which had been predicted to exist on theoretical grounds. Their serendipitous discovery at long radio wavelengths was a crucial event for all astronomy."" (DSB).‎

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‎H.Faye‎

Reference : R320121875

(1928)

‎Cours d'astronomie et de geodésie de l'école polytechnique - Première partie : Astronomie sphérique,application à la navigation,théorie des erreurs,géodésie,géographie mathématique - 2e fascicule : géodésie-géographie.‎

‎Gauthier Villars et Cie. 1928. In-8. Broché. Etat d'usage, Couv. légèrement passée, Coiffe en tête abîmée, Papier jauni. 226 pages - quelques figures en noir et blanc dans le texte - pages non coupées - rousseurs sur les plats - coiffes abîmées.. . . . Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎Revu et mis à jour par le Général R.Bourgeois - Première partie : Astronomie sphérique,application à la navigation,théorie des erreurs,géodésie,géographie mathématique - 2e fascicule : géodésie-géographie. Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎H.Faye‎

Reference : R160218306

(1884)

‎Sur l'origine du monde - Théories cosmogoniques des anciens et des modernes.‎

‎Gauthier-Villars. 1884. In-8. Broché. Etat passable, Tâchée, Dos abîmé, Quelques rousseurs. 260 pages - papier jauni - tampon sur le 1er plat - déchirures et tâches sur les plats - renfort papier recouvrant le dos - annotation et étiquette collée sur le dos - tampon sur la page de titre - petite annotation sur la page de faux titre - quelques figures en noir et blanc dans le texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎H.GALLET GEORGES‎

Reference : R240142714

(1956)

‎A L'ASSAUT DE L'ESPACE.‎

‎EDITIONS DE LA PENSEE MODERNE. 1956. In-8. Broché. Etat d'usage, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 221 pages - déchirures sur la jaquette - quelques planches en noir et blanc - quelques dessins en noir et blanc dans le texte.. Avec Jaquette. . . Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎Préface du Général Lionel M.Chassin. Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎H. GARCET‎

Reference : R260175574

(1856)

‎LECONS NOUVELLES DE COSMOGRAPHIE.‎

‎DEZOBRY, E. MAGDELEINE ET Cie. 1856. In-8. Relié cuir dos-coins. Bon état, Coins frottés, Dos fané, Quelques rousseurs. 427 pages. Dos de cuir marron, titres et filets dorés. Papier tons bordeaux sur les plats. Nombreux schémas et 4 planches illustrées en noir et blanc dépliantes. Epidermures.. . . . Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎2e édition. Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎HILAIRE CUNY‎

Reference : R260148194

(1961)

‎L'ASTRONOMIE D'AUJOURD'HUI‎

‎SAVOIR ET CONNAITRE. 1961. In-12. Broché. Etat d'usage, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos plié, Intérieur frais. 196 pages. Premier plat illustré en noir et blanc.. . . . Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎Hinkelbein Albert‎

Reference : 133104

(1973)

‎Les origines de l'univers‎

‎Flammarion 1973 in8. 1973. Cartonné. 128 pages. Bon Etat‎


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‎HIRN (G.A.)‎

Reference : 6284

‎Constitution de l'espace céleste -- EDITION ORIGINALE -- BEL EXEMPLAIRE‎

‎P., Gauthier-Villars, 1889, un volume in 4 relié en demi-basane verte, dos orné de filets dorés (reliure de l'époque), 23pp., 332pp., 1 planche dépliante‎


‎---- EDITION ORIGINALE ---- BEL EXEMPLAIRE ---- Un des derniers écrits de G. A. Hirn ---- "Hirn became one of the first to investigate the internal phenomena of the steam engine. In 1847 he discovered the mechanical equivalent of heat. He established the first heat balance. He showed the beneficial advantage of superheat over dry saturated steam in reducing cylinder condensation. Furthermore, he convinced skeptics of the advantage of steam-jacketing cylinders. He proved decisively that cylinder walls were active thermal reservoirs... ASTRONOMY ALSO ENGAGED HIM". (DSB VI pp. 431/432)---- Dénomination la plus convenable du milieu interstellaire - L'élément dynamique pris en général est une réalité objective et physique - L'élément dynamique est-il simple ou multiple - Principe général de l'équivalence et de la substitution des forces les unes aux autres - De la pluralité des Mondes - Notre soleil, avec toutes les étoiles, est-il destiné à s'éteindre un jour - Action qu'aurait sur le mouvement des planètes une résistance très faible d'un milieu gazeux - Action qu'aurait une très faible résistance d'un milieu matériel sur le mouvement des satellites - Examen des conséquences qu'aurait un milieu résistant quant à tout l'ensemble des phénomènes que présentent les comètes - Conséquences physiques et physico-mécanique de la présence d'un gaz diffus dans l'espace interstellaire - Conséquences qu'aurait, pour les mouvements des planètes et des satellites, l'existence d'un gaz interstellaire formé d'atomes indépendants en repos ou en mouvement - De l'avenir probable de notre soleil et des autres étoiles**6284/L6DE‎

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‎HIRZEL, G.‎

Reference : 74915

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‎HIRZEL, G.‎

Reference : 63279

‎Astronomie de l’amateur ou Considérations philosophiques et populaires sur l’Univers, suivies d’une méthode nouvelle et facile de connoître les étoiles.‎

‎ Genève - Paris, J. J. Paschoud 1820, 200x125mm, XXIII- 526pages, demi-parchemin, pièce de titre au dos, plats papier marbré, reliure de l’époque.Manque malheureusement les quatre planches annoncées. Très bel exemplaire.‎


‎ 3 ff. (table et errata), ‎

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‎[HISTOIRE] - COLLECTIF (Rédacteur en chef Jean PROUVOST)‎

Reference : _202000373

(1969)

‎Paris Match.-N° 1054 au N° 1058, du 19 juillet au 16 août 1969. ‎

‎Paris, Paris Match, 1969; 264 x 341 mm, 88 + 76 + 66 + 84 + 88 pp., cahier agrafé. Les 5 volumes. Thème principal: les Conquérants de la Lune; 0: 00 (le compte à rebours) ; la Lune tremplin pour l'espace; Lune, les derniers jours de la quarantaine; Lune, numéro historique. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc et quelques-unes en couleurs. Les 5 numéros historiques de la conquête de la lune.‎


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‎[HISTOIRE] - COLLECTIF (Rédacteur en chef Jean PROUVOST)‎

Reference : _202000374

(1969)

‎Paris Match.-N° 1055, du 26 juillet 1969. ‎

‎Paris, Paris Match, 1969; 267 x 341 mm, 76 pp., cahier agrafé. Thème principal: 0: 00 (le compte à rebours), le 16 juillet 1969, à 14 h 32, le compte à rebours est fini. Apollo XI s'élance vers la Lune. Photographie à l'infrarouge de Paul Slade. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc et quelques-unes en couleurs.‎


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‎HISTOIRE DE L'ACADÉMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES.-‎

Reference : ORD-5095

‎Année 1772.-‎

‎Avec les Mémoires de Physique pour la même année. Tome II. Part. II. Paris. Panckoucke. Hôtel de Thou. 1777. In-12 (102 x 170mm) dos basane brune à 5 nerfs orné or, pièces de maroquin brun clair et bleu (tomé 150), plats de parchemin ancien jauni et portant une écriture manuscrite, tranches rougies, XXIII, 504 pages, 7 planches dépliantes hors texte dont une grande planisphère qui indique les diverses inclinaisons de l'aiguille aimantée par M. Wilcke, Suédois, en 1768. Coiffes et nerfs lgt frottés, très bon état intérieur. Ex-libris Morel de Campennelle. Bon exemplaire.‎


‎Contient la suite du Voyage fait par ordre du Roi en 1753 à la côte de PORTUGAL & à l'île de MADERE, articles de de BORY, LE GENTIL (Astronomie des Gentils Tamouls..., Mémoire sur l'Inde.), La Condamine, Lavoisier (Mémoires sur la destruction du diamant), VICQ D'AZYR (Anatomie des oiseaux), PORTAL, JEAURAT, LA PLACE, etc. ‎

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‎H. Levy David‎

Reference : R300272832

(1997)

ISBN : 2744108286

‎"Etoiles et planètes - ""Les clés de la connaissance"" n°10"‎

‎France Loisirs. 1997. In-4. Cartonné. Etat d'usage, Couv. convenable, Coiffe en pied abîmée, Intérieur frais. 63 pages - nombreuses illustrations en couleurs dans le texte, certaines pages dépliantes. Coiffe de pied déchirée.. . . . Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎


‎Trad. et adaptation : Alain Tronchot. Classification Dewey : 520-Astronomie et sciences connexes‎

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‎H.L. VANDERLINDEN.‎

Reference : 10061

‎Effectieve golflengten van 1153 sterren in den galactischen sterrenhoop Messier 67.‎

‎, Brussel, Paleis der Academien, 1945., Gebrocheerd, originele uitgeversomslag, 18x26cm, 78 p., 9 tab., 9 fig.‎


‎Verhandelingen van de Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van Belgie. Klasse der Natuurwetenschappen, tweede reeks, n?° 15.‎

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