|Author:||Gary W. Kronk|
|Title:||Cometography: Volume 2, 1800-1899: A Catalog of Comets|
|Format:||mobi doc azw rtf|
|ePUB size:||1750 kb|
|FB2 size:||1920 kb|
|DJVU size:||1488 kb|
|Category:||Astronomy and Space Science|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (December 8, 2003)|
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Cometography: A catalog of comets Volume 2: 1800–1899. by Gary W. Kronk Cambridge University Press, 2004. In this mission the book succeeds, giving the discovery details, when the object was last seen, its closest passage to the Earth and the calculated path as well as the designation and name. Although the sections for each comet do include a certain amount of technical detail such as the orbital elements and absolute magnitudes, the appeal for many
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It draws from the most reliable orbits known to pinpoint the exact location and path of each comet.
Volume 142, Issue 2. March 2005, pp. 222-223. xiii+837 pp. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
It comes in four self-contained sequential volumes and this, the first, covers ancient times through to the end of the eighteenth century. Cometography uses the most reliable orbits known to determine all the key parameters of each well observed comet.
Congratulations to Gary Kronk on a lifetime of scholarly achievement. Contemporary Physics, J. McFarland. Cometography is a catalog of every comet observed throughout history. Cometography comes in four self-contained sequential volumes and this, the first, covers ancient times through to the end of the eighteenth century. This book supersedes the first part of Kronk's excellent earlier guide to comets.