carnevalemanfredonia.it
» » Astronomy Demystified

eBook Astronomy Demystified download

eBook Astronomy Demystified download ISBN: 0071412131
ePub: 1272 kb
Fb2: 1410 kb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: lit lrf mobi docx
Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Astronomy and Space Science

With Astronomy Demystified, you ease into the subject one simple step at a time – at your own speed. Simple enough for a beginner but comprehensive enough for an advanced student, Astronomy Demystified is your short cut to understanding the heavens.

With Astronomy Demystified, you ease into the subject one simple step at a time – at your own speed. Unlike most other books on the topic, general concepts are presented first – and the details follow. Stan Gibilisco is one of McGraw-Hill’s most diverse and best-selling authors.

Astronomy Demystified book. Astronomy Demystified is a totally different, very entertaining, and amazingly effective way to learn the mathematics, fundamentals, and general concepts of astronomy. Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers. With Astronomy Demystified, you ease into the subject one simple step at a time - at your own speed. Unlike most other books on the topic, general concepts are presented first - and the details follow.

Astronomy Demystified (Demystified). 593 Pages · 2002 · . 8 MB · 600 Downloads ·English. In the end only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you. ― Anonymous.

Simple enough for a beginner but comprehensive enough for an advanced student, Astronomy Demystified is your short cut to understanding the heavens.

The fast and painless way to grasp the fundamentals of basic astronomy. WITHOUT FORMAL TRAINING. Want to master astronomy or aerospace engineering but are intimidated by the complex formulas and equations? Tried other self-teaching guides but were turned off by the dry, complicated presentation? Problem solved!

Astronomy Demystified is a totally different, very entertaining, and amazingly effective way to learn the mathematics, fundamentals, and general concepts of astronomy. With Astronomy Demystified, you ease into the subject one simple step at a time at your own speed.

Astronomy Demystified is a totally different, very entertaining, and amazingly effective way to learn the mathematics, fundamentals, and general concepts of astronomy. Unlike most other books on the topic, general concepts are presented first and the details follow. With Astronomy Demystified, you ease into the subject one simple step at a time – at your own speed.

This title offers the fast and painless way to grasp the fundamentals of basic astronomy. without formal training

This title offers the fast and painless way to grasp the fundamentals of basic astronomy. The fast and painless way to grasp the fundamentals of basic astronomy.

Download books for free. A guide to astronomy that presents the mathematics, fundamentals, and general concepts of astronomy while keeping the heavy-duty math, formulas, and equations to a minimum. Издательство: McGraw-Hill. ISBN 13: 9780071384278.

Comments: (7)
just one girl
Astronomy books with publication dates that are more than five years old should either be revised by the publisher or removed from distribution. This book was published in 2002 and still refers to Pluto as a planet. The problem with reading outdated science books is that science is constantly changing and new information is being discovered on a near-daily basis. I generally check the publication date on science books and will not buy books that have been published five years or more ago, but I failed to do so with this book. The book is nicely written, but much of the content has not kept pace with new astronomy discoveries, spacecraft explorations, and contemporary subject matter precisely because of its date of publication. I strongly recommend that when purchasing any books addressing science topics, invest in publications that are less than five years old—otherwise you won't learn of the latest controversies and developments within the topic covered.
SupperDom
A good reference on the planets. Very good treatment of Earth seasons and technical details of Earth's orbit and tilt, and how these are measured. Great discussion of relativity.
Invissibale
I really am enjoying this book. It is interesting and insightfull. I am refreshing my college astronomy class, and this book fits the bill.
Aedem
Very easy reader. Lots of information, dumbed down enough for the average person interested in learning about astronomy. Great publication.
fetish
I had to 'demystify' my learning about Astrology thru other books because this one is extremely confusing - it seems that it is a report (a copy) of some other work the publisher put together but the understanding was lost...in the translation of this book! There is absolutely zero teaching skills in this book. Some facts are still interesting but you can find those in any other Astronomy books. I wanted to learn about Astronomy and if I didn't have a passion about Cosmology I would have given up about astronomy because of this book. I cannot possibly recommend this book if you want to learn (AND above all understand) astronomy because it does the opposite. Oh and one last thing: although there are answers to the problems, those exercises / tests are 'weird' in a way that they are either very easy or extremely complicated (even if you read again the lesson you won't find a relation with the question(s) asked). Just a weird, really weird book, totally unbalanced...
Rasmus
It was on the recipient's wish list and they indicated that it was a good read for them as an introductory book.
Grillador
This book is one of the better ones in the series. Some such as the quantum mechanics and the relativity book(note: I do not have them but have read reviews) are more for college level students majoring in physics. This book is a great book. If you are interested in taking a summer course in astronomy but are disapointed by the material that is covered, or it is too expensive, this book is a valuable alternative. The beginning of the book is a little boring however. Also, in the preface the author recommends reading a chapter a week. I read a chapter in three days. Overall this book is great.
Pretty good book if you wish to learn more about Astronomy.

However I wish it went more in-depth on the planets and moons of our solar system.