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Ueber die Entstehung der Korper, weche sich um die Sonne bewegen. Auch als Nachtrag zu der Schrift: "Erinnerungen an Satze aus der Physik und der Mechanik des Himmels."

By: KERZ, Ferdinand (1812-1892).

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Leipzig:, Veit, 1886.: 1886

Seller ID: S6319


8vo. viii, 79, [1 blank] pp. Original printed wrappers. Ex library ms. notations on top cover. Very good. View more info

A new philosophy of the sun. A paper read before the Chautauqua Society of History and Natural Science.

By: ROGERS, Henry Raymond.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Buffalo:, Courier, 1886.: 1886

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: S6385


8vo. 27 pp. Original printed wrappers; edges brittle and chipped. Ex library rubber stamp and ms. notations on top cover. PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on the top cover. Good. View more info

Dying stars and reborn dust.

By: SALPETER, Edwin Ernest (b. 1924).

Price: $45.00

Publisher: In:, Reviews of Modern Physics, Vol. 46, No. 3, July, 1974.: 1974

Seller ID: S4291


288 x 213 mm. 4to. Pages 433-436. [Entire volume: [iv], 862, [2] pp.] 3 figs. Full brown buckram, spine lettered in white; rubbed, several leaves torn. Ex library rubber stamps (those on edges obscured). Good. FIRST EDITION. This paper is based on Edwin Salpeter's address on the occasion of his award of the sixth J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Prize for Salpeter's work in nuclear physics and relativistic astrophysics, which has "contributed to the understanding of nucleogenesis in the universe, and to the understanding of energy production in stars, as well as areas apart from stellar evo... View more info

"The general circulation of the mean and high-level calcium vapor in the solar atmosphere."

By: ST. JOHN, Charles Edward (1857-1935).

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Offprint from:, Astrophysical Journal, Vol. XXXII, 1910.: 1910

Seller ID: S3796


Series: Contributions from the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory, No. 48. 253 x 170 mm. 8vo. 47 pp. 1 fig., 19 tables, 3 plates. Printed wrappers. Fine. FIRST SEPARATE EDITION. "St. John's research was mainly in solar physics. One of his earliest investigations (1910-1911) was of the H and K lines of ionized calcium in the solar spectrum. After measuring the absolute wave-lengths of these lines in terrestrial sources, he compared them with those of the corresponding emission and absorption lines observed in the solar spectrum, making a particular study of the spectral lines over sunspots and... View more info

Effects of solar activity on the ionosphere and radio communications.

By: WELLS, H. W.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: In: Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol. 31, 1943. New York:, Institute of Radio Engineers, 1943.: 1943

Seller ID: S5202


280 x 217 mm. 4to. 147-157 pp. [Entire volume: [xii], 700 pp.] 14 figs., 1 table. Navy buckram, gilt spine. Ex library blind-stamp of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Mount Wilson Observatory. Fine. FIRST EDITION. Radio communications take place in the earth's ionosphere, and the sun affects the ionosphere. This paper presents material on the relationship between the effects solar activity on the ionosophere and radio communications. H. W. Wells was a member of the scientific staff of the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution of Washington engaged in ionospheric and... View more info