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OUR STARS MONTH BY MONTH

By Proctor, Mary

NY: Frederick Warne & Co. Inc.. Fine in Very Good dustjacket. 1937. Hardcover. The dustjacket is now protected in a new, removable mylar sleeve. ; Illustrated with twelve star charts, one for each month of the year, from drawings by the author. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 92 pages .

$39.95

STERNENWELT - POPULÄRE ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR ASTRONOMIE UND IHRE GESCHICHTE

By Schoenberg, Erich (editor)

Munchen, Germany: Sebastian Lux. Very Good+ with no dustjacket. 1949. Hardcover. In German. Issues from January 1949 through June 1950 bound together, including covers. Illustrated throughout. Astronomy magazines. ; 8vo .

$79.95

REPORTS ON ASTRONOMY PARTS 1, 2 & 3: TRANSACTIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL UNION XVIIA

By Muller, Edith A. (editor)

D. Reidel Publishing Company. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket. 1979. Hardcover. The books are each like-new and clean except for a name marked out on the front endpaper. The jackets are nice but they each have a name written on the front at the top. Some moderate jacket wear else, but the are protected in a new, removable mylar sleeve. ; 3 book set. Covers the activities in astronomical research from January 1976 to December 1978. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" .

$113.43

CELESTIAL SCENERY; OR, THE WONDERS OF THE PLANETARY SYSTEM DISPLAYED (Bound With) the Sidereal Heavens, and Other Subjects Connected with Astronomy

By Dick, Thomas

E. C. & J. Biddle. Good with no dustjacket. 1845. Hardcover. Some overall average aging and handling to the book, but very sound and solid with clean pages. Rubbing to the covers, but not bad. The hinges are very good. Wear to the paper label on the spine. Bookplate inside the front cover. ; Volumes 7 and 8 of Dick's works in this uniform edition. Celestial Scenery subtitle continues: "Illustrating the perfections of deity and a plurality of worlds. " Sidereal Heavens subtitle continues: "As illustrative of the character of the deity and of an infinity of worlds. " ; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" .

$45.18

CARBON STARS

By Alksne, Z. and J. Ikaunieks

Riga: Publishing House Zinatne. 1971. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine, name on title page; In Russian. .

$22.75

YOU AND THE UNIVERSE

By Primos, Andrew Denneth

Comet Press Books. Good in Fair dustjacket. 1957. First Edition. Hardcover. Good, spine discoloration, in fair dustjacket (piece of sp. Msg) ; 238pp. By a parapsychologist. Predicts man's conquering of the forces of nature and unexplored worlds. ; 8vo .

$17.50

OTHER WORLDS THAN OURS: THE PLURALITY OF WORLDS STUDIED UNDER THE LIGHT OF RECENT SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHES

By Proctor, Richard A.

NY: H. L. Fowle. Hardcover. Near fine; Authorized edition. 334pp. ; 8vo .

$15.93

BLACK HOLES, QUASARS, & THE UNIVERSE

By Shipman, Harry L.

Houghton, Mifflin Co.. 1976. Hardcover. Very good- in very good- dustjacket .

$12.95

MAN AND THE STARS

By Stetson, Harlan True

Whittlesey House. 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good, no jacket; 221pp. ; 8vo; "A lucid treatment of the adventure of astronomy, from the days when primitive man began to ask himself wondering questions about the meaning of the heavens, through the work of the great pioneers of the science, to the present day with its staggering conceptions of the magnitude of the universe. The final section of the book discusses such questions as: Is there life on other planets? Has life any cosmic significance? Has science displaced religion? " .

$16.50

THE NEW COSMOS

By Unsold, Albrecht

NY: Springer-Verlag. Very Good. 1977. Second Edition. Softcover. Astronomy and astrophysics. Pulsars. Galaxies, quasars. Origin of solar system. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 451 pages .

$9.95

OTHER WORLDS

By Moseley, Edwin Lincoln

D. Appleton & Company. Very Good+ with no dustjacket. 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. Name and date on front endpaper. ; Good as a source for reading what the science of the time knew of astronomy. Written for the average adult reader, not scientists. One chapter studies if there is life like ours on other planets. ; Small 8vo; 231 pages .

$19.95

THE GREAT FACTS OF MODERN ASTRONOMY, WITH AN EXPOSITION OF WHAT THEY TEACH COMPRISING THE FORMATION OF THE SUN AND STARS . . .

By Henson, William S.

Newark, NJ: Daily Advertiser Office. Very Good+ with no dustjacket. 1871. First Edition. Hardcover. "The cause of rotary motion, the formation the planets and their satellites, solution of the law of distances. . . Sun spots". ; 31 pages .

$71.50

THROUGH RUGGED WAYS TO THE STARS

By Shapley, Harlow

Charles Scribner's Sons. Good+ with no dustjacket. 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. Name inside front. .

$12.95