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  • Sygnatura: A III 093
  • Współautor: Smith, Asa
  • Tytuł: Smith's illustrated astronomy, designed for the use of the public or common schools in the United States : illustrated with numerous original diagrams / by Asa Smith ; Daniel Burgess and Co.
  • Strefa wydania: New York Daniel Burgess & Co. 1854
  • Skala: [Skala nieobliczona]
  • Opis fizyczny: 71 s. : litogr. ; 29x23,5 cm
  • Oprawa: okładka papier
  • Zawartość:
    • Orbits of the Planets and Comets s. 43.
    • Tides, and Moon-light at the Poles s. 41.
    • Greatest Number of Eclipses that can happen in a year s. 39.
    • Inferior and Superior Planets. Heliocentric Longitude s. 37.
    • Moon's Nodes. Inferior and Superior Conjunction s. 37.
    • Eclipses s. 35.
    • Telescopic view of the Old Moon s. 33.
    • Telescopic view of the Full Moon s. 32.
    • Telescopic view of the New Moon s. 30.
    • Phases of the Moon. Apparent Magnitude of the Sun and Moon s. 28.
    • Herschel and Leverrier s. 26.
    • Saturn. Saturn's Rings and Moons s. 24.
    • Mars and Jupiter. Telescopic Views s. 22.
    • The Largest telescopes in the World k. okładka.
    • Orrery, with a view of the Solar System in the back ground s. 6.
    • Solar System and Comparative Magnitudes s. 8.
    • Centripetal and Centrifugal force s. 10.
    • The mean and True Place of a Planet s. 10.
    • Circle Ellipse Concentric Circles Circles not in the same plane s. 10.
    • Cut section of the Sun s. 12.
    • Spots on the Sun s. 12.
    • Transits to the year 1900 s. 12.
    • Signs of the Zodiac s. 14.
    • Mercury and Venus. Telescopic views. Venus Morning and Evening Star s. 16.
    • Seasons Summer and Winter Rays, Equinoctial and Solstitial Points s. 20.
    • Earth annd Definitions s. 18.
    • Map of Visible Heavens, from November 1st to Jany 20th s. 67.
    • Map of Visible Heavens, from July 22d to October 31st s. 63.
    • Map of Visible Heavens, from April 18th to July 21st s. 59.
    • Map of Visible Heavens, from January 21st to April 17th s. 55.
    • Telescopic views of remarkable Nebulae and Clusters of Stars s. 51.
    • A Perpendicular and an Oblique View of our own Cluster or Firmament s. 51.
    • Binary Systems. Quadruple Stars s. 49.
    • Terrestrial and Celestial Globes, and Milky-way s. 47.
    • View of the Earth's Orbit, as seen from the nearest fixed Star s. 45.
    • Refraction. Parallax Light and Heat s. 45.
  • Grafika: Zodiak 9x7 cm k. 64 litogr.
  • Proweniencja: "M. 783 a z" - [naklejka]
  • Hasła przedmiotowe:
    • Świat 1854 atlas astronomiczny
    • Kepler, Johannes niem. astronom i matematyk ; (1571-1630)
    • Herschel, Friedrich Wilhelm niem. astronom, konstruktor teleskopów ; (1738-1822)
    • Le Verrier, Urbain-Jean-Joseph
    • Parsons, William twórca teleskopu Lewiatan ; (1800-1867)
    • Mars (astr.) atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Mgławice atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Niebo atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Planety atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Pory roku atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Teleskop atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Układ słoneczny atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Wenus (astr.) atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Gwiazdy atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Zaćmienia atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Ziemia atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Zodiak atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Jupiter (astr.) atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Komety atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Księżyc atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Merkury (astr.) atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Kartografia atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Astronomia atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Astronomia - urządzenia atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Astronomowie atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Droga mleczna atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Saturn (astr.) atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Słońce atlasy astronomiczne 19 w.
    • Świat w kartografii 19 w.
    • Lewiatan - teleskop
    • Rosse zob. Lewiatan
  • Uwagi:
    • Reklama na okładce: Daniel Burgess and Co.
    • Brak: Ptolemaic System.
    • Brak: Principal Stars visible, and Times for Observation, from November 1st to January 20 th.
    • Brak: Vague ideas of the Ancients respecting the Shape of the Earth.
    • Druk dwuszpaltowy.

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  • 245 $a Smith's illustrated astronomy, designed for the use of the public or common schools in the United States : $b illustrated with numerous original diagrams / $c by Asa Smith ; Daniel Burgess and Co.
  • 250 $a 13 ed.
  • 255 $a [Skala nieobliczona]
  • 260 $a New York $b Daniel Burgess & Co. $c 1854 $k Stany Zjednoczone $m New York $w Daniel Burgess and Co.
  • 300 $a 71 s. : $b litogr. ; $c 29x23,5 cm
  • 340 $e okładka papier
  • 400 $a Kepler, Jan zob. Kepler, Johannes
  • 400 $a Kepler, Jean zob. Kepler, Johannes
  • 400 $a Kepler, Johann zob. Kepler, Johannes
  • 400 $a Keplerus, J. zob. Kepler, Johannes
  • 400 $a Keplerus, Jo. zob. Kepler, Johannes
  • 400 $a Keplerus, Joan zob. Kepler, Johannes
  • 400 $a Keplerus, Johannes zob. Kepler, Johannes
  • 400 $a Keplervs, Johannes zob. Kepler, Johannes
  • 400 $a Smith, A. zob. Smith Asa
  • 400 $a Herschel, Frederick William zob. Herschel, Friedrich Wilhelm
  • 400 $a Herschel, William zob. Herschel, Friedrich Wilhelm
  • 490 $a Tower's Series of School Books
  • 500 $a Reklama na okładce: Daniel Burgess and Co.
  • 500 $a Brak: Ptolemaic System.
  • 500 $a Brak: Principal Stars visible, and Times for Observation, from November 1st to January 20 th.
  • 500 $a Brak: Vague ideas of the Ancients respecting the Shape of the Earth.
  • 500 $a Druk dwuszpaltowy.
  • 505 $a Orbits of the Planets and Comets s. 43.
  • 505 $a Tides, and Moon-light at the Poles s. 41.
  • 505 $a Greatest Number of Eclipses that can happen in a year s. 39.
  • 505 $a Inferior and Superior Planets. Heliocentric Longitude s. 37.
  • 505 $a Moon's Nodes. Inferior and Superior Conjunction s. 37.
  • 505 $a Eclipses s. 35.
  • 505 $a Telescopic view of the Old Moon s. 33.
  • 505 $a Telescopic view of the Full Moon s. 32.
  • 505 $a Telescopic view of the New Moon s. 30.
  • 505 $a Phases of the Moon. Apparent Magnitude of the Sun and Moon s. 28.
  • 505 $a Herschel and Leverrier s. 26.
  • 505 $a Saturn. Saturn's Rings and Moons s. 24.
  • 505 $a Mars and Jupiter. Telescopic Views s. 22.
  • 505 $a The Largest telescopes in the World k. okładka.
  • 505 $a Orrery, with a view of the Solar System in the back ground s. 6.
  • 505 $a Solar System and Comparative Magnitudes s. 8.
  • 505 $a Centripetal and Centrifugal force s. 10.
  • 505 $a The mean and True Place of a Planet s. 10.
  • 505 $a Circle Ellipse Concentric Circles Circles not in the same plane s. 10.
  • 505 $a Cut section of the Sun s. 12.
  • 505 $a Spots on the Sun s. 12.
  • 505 $a Transits to the year 1900 s. 12.
  • 505 $a Signs of the Zodiac s. 14.
  • 505 $a Mercury and Venus. Telescopic views. Venus Morning and Evening Star s. 16.
  • 505 $a Seasons Summer and Winter Rays, Equinoctial and Solstitial Points s. 20.
  • 505 $a Earth annd Definitions s. 18.
  • 505 $a Map of Visible Heavens, from November 1st to Jany 20th s. 67.
  • 505 $a Map of Visible Heavens, from July 22d to October 31st s. 63.
  • 505 $a Map of Visible Heavens, from April 18th to July 21st s. 59.
  • 505 $a Map of Visible Heavens, from January 21st to April 17th s. 55.
  • 505 $a Telescopic views of remarkable Nebulae and Clusters of Stars s. 51.
  • 505 $a A Perpendicular and an Oblique View of our own Cluster or Firmament s. 51.
  • 505 $a Binary Systems. Quadruple Stars s. 49.
  • 505 $a Terrestrial and Celestial Globes, and Milky-way s. 47.
  • 505 $a View of the Earth's Orbit, as seen from the nearest fixed Star s. 45.
  • 505 $a Refraction. Parallax Light and Heat s. 45.
  • 520 $a Kepler's Laws s. 11.
  • 520 $a Przedmowa ; Objaśnienia s. 5.
  • 520 $a Introduction to Astronomy s. 7.
  • 520 $a Astronomy, Solar System, and c. s. 9.
  • 520 $a Diameters, Magnitudes, Distances and Revolutions of the Sun and Planets s. 9.
  • 520 $a Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces s. 11.
  • 520 $a Mean and True Place of a Planet - Aphelion and Perihelion s. 11.
  • 520 $a Mean and True Motion of a Planet s. 11.
  • 520 $a The Sun ; Spots on the Sun s. 13.
  • 520 $a Transits of Mercury and Venus s. 13.
  • 520 $a Zodiac ; Constellations of the Zodiac s. 15.
  • 520 $a Apparent Motion of the Sun ia the Heavens s. 15.
  • 520 $a Signs of the Ecliptic, and c. s. 15.
  • 520 $a The Planet Mercury s. 17.
  • 520 $a The Planet Venus s. 17.
  • 520 $a Seasons at Venus, Phases, and c. s. 17.
  • 520 $a Earth, Definitions and c. s. 19.
  • 520 $a Earth and Seasons, equinoxes, and c. s. 21.
  • 520 $a The Planet Mars s. 23.
  • 520 $a The Planet Jupiter s. 23.
  • 520 $a The Planet Saturn s. 25.
  • 520 $a The Planet Herschel, or Uranos s. 27.
  • 520 $a The Planet Leverrier, or Neptune s. 27.
  • 520 $a The Moon ; Phases of the Moon s. 29.
  • 520 $a The Moon - (continued) - Physical Constitution of the Moon s. 29.
  • 520 $a Eclipses s. 34.
  • 520 $a Moon's Nodes, Inferior and Superior Conjuction s. 36.
  • 520 $a Inferior and Superior Planets s. 36.
  • 520 $a Greatest Number of Eclipses in a Year s. 38.
  • 520 $a Tides s. 40.
  • 520 $a Orbits of the Planets and Comets ; Comets s. 42.
  • 520 $a Atmosphere s. 44.
  • 520 $a Refraction s. 44.
  • 520 $a Parallax s. 44.
  • 520 $a Light and Heat s. 44.
  • 520 $a Terrestrial and Celestial Globes s. 46.
  • 520 $a General Definiotions respecting the Globes s. 46.
  • 520 $a Fixed Stars ; Distance to the nearest Fixed Star s. 48.
  • 520 $a Our own Cluster or Firmament of Stars, Motions of the Stars, Multiple Stars, Binary Systems s. 48.
  • 520 $a Nebulae, Number, Distance, and c. s. 50.
  • 520 $a An Explanation of Leap Year s. 56.
  • 520 $a Equation of Time s. 56.
  • 520 $a Problems on the Terrestrial Globe s. 68-69.
  • 520 $a Problems on the Celestial Globe s. 69.
  • 520 $a Glossary or Explanation of Astronomical Terms s. 70-71.
  • 520 $a Description and use of the sidereal maps s. 52.
  • 520 $a Explanations, showing the manner of using the maps s. 52.
  • 520 $a Directions for finding the north star, at any time s. 52.
  • 520 $a Description of the Constellations visible from January 21st to April 17th s. 54.
  • 520 $a Principal constellations visible, from January 21 to April 17 s. 53.
  • 520 $a Descriptions of the Constellations visible from April 18 th to July 21 st s. 58.
  • 520 $a Principal Stars visible, and Times for Observation, from April 18th to july 21st s. 57.
  • 520 $a Descriptions of the Constellations visible from July 22d to October 31st st s. 62.
  • 520 $a Principal Stars visible, and Times for Observation, from July 22d to October 31st s. 65.
  • 520 $a Descriptions of the Constellations visible from November 1st to January 20th s. 66.
  • 541 $c st. zas.
  • 546 $a Ang.
  • 561 $a "M. 783 a z" - [naklejka] $d M. 783 a z
  • 600 $a Kepler, Johannes $c niem. astronom i matematyk ; $d (1571-1630)
  • 600 $a Herschel, Friedrich Wilhelm $c niem. astronom, konstruktor teleskopów ; $d (1738-1822)
  • 600 $a Le |Verrier, Urbain-Jean-Joseph
  • 600 $a Parsons, William $c twórca teleskopu Lewiatan ; $d (1800-1867)
  • 650 $a Mars (astr.) $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Mgławice $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Niebo $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Planety $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Pory roku $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Teleskop $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Układ słoneczny $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Wenus (astr.) $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Gwiazdy $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Zaćmienia $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Ziemia $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Zodiak $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Jupiter (astr.) $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Komety $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Księżyc $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Merkury (astr.) $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Kartografia $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Astronomia $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Astronomia - urządzenia $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Astronomowie $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Droga mleczna $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Saturn (astr.) $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 650 $a Słońce $x atlasy astronomiczne $y 19 w.
  • 651 $a Świat $x w kartografii $y 19 w.
  • 653 $a Lewiatan - teleskop
  • 653 $a Rosse zob. Lewiatan
  • 700 $a Smith, Asa
  • 710 $a Daniel Burgess and Co. $c wydawca
  • 740 $a Problems on the |Celestial Globe
  • 740 $a Glossary or Explanation of Astronomical Terms
  • 740 $a Description and use of the sidereal maps
  • 740 $a Explanations, showing the manner of using the maps
  • 740 $a Directions for finding the north star, at any time
  • 740 $a Description of the Constellations visible from January 21st to April 17th
  • 740 $a Principal constellations visible, from January 21 to April 17
  • 740 $a Descriptions of the Constellations visible from April 18 th to July 21 st
  • 740 $a Principal Stars visible, and Times for Observation, from April 18th to july 21st
  • 740 $a Descriptions of the Constellations visible from July 22d to October 31st st
  • 740 $a Principal Stars visible, and Times for Observation, from July 22d to October 31st
  • 740 $a Descriptions of the Constellations visible from November 1st to January 20th
  • 740 $a Problems on the Terrestrial Globe
  • 740 $a Introduction to Astronomy
  • 740 $a Astronomy, |Solar System, and c.
  • 740 $a Diameters, Magnitudes, Distances and Revolutions of the Sun and Planets
  • 740 $a Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces
  • 740 $a Kepler's Laws
  • 740 $a Mean and True Place of a Planet - Aphelion and Perihelion
  • 740 $a Mean and True Motion of a Planet
  • 740 $a The ||Sun ; Spots on the Sun
  • 740 $a Transits of |Mercury and |Venus
  • 740 $a Zodiac ; Constellations of the Zodiac
  • 740 $a Apparent Motion of the Sun ia the Heavens
  • 740 $a Signs of the |Ecliptic, and c.
  • 740 $a The ||Planet Mercury
  • 740 $a The ||Planet Venus
  • 740 $a Seasons at Venus, Phases, and c.
  • 740 $a Earth, Definitions and c.
  • 740 $a Earth and |Seasons, equinoxes, and c.
  • 740 $a The ||Planet Mars
  • 740 $a The ||Planet Jupiter
  • 740 $a The ||Planet Saturn
  • 740 $a The ||Planet Herschel, or Uranos
  • 740 $a The ||Planet Leverrier, or Neptune
  • 740 $a The ||Moon |Phases of the Moon
  • 740 $a The ||Moon - (continued) - Physical Constitution of the Moon
  • 740 $a Eclipses
  • 740 $a Moon's Nodes, Inferior and Superior Conjuction
  • 740 $a Inferior and Superior Planets
  • 740 $a Greatest Number of Eclipses in a Year
  • 740 $a Tides
  • 740 $a Orbits of the Planets and Comets ; Comets
  • 740 $a Atmosphere
  • 740 $a Refraction
  • 740 $a Parallax
  • 740 $a Light and Heat
  • 740 $a Terrestrial and Celestial Globes
  • 740 $a General Definiotions respecting the Globes
  • 740 $a Fixed Stars ; Distance to the nearest Fixed Star
  • 740 $a Our own Cluster or Firmament of Stars, Motions of the Stars, Multiple Stars, Binary Systems
  • 740 $a Nebulae, Number, Distance, and c.
  • 740 $a An ||Explanation of |Leap Year
  • 740 $a Equation of Time
  • 830 $a Tower's Series of School Books
  • 852 $j A III 093
  • 900 $c Zodiak $f 9x7 cm $k k. 64 $m litogr. $s Zodiacal Light
  • 999 $a MKM $d 17.07.17

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