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Practical Astronomy with Your Calculator. 3rd, Third Edition

Practical Astronomy with Your Calculator. 3rd, Third Edition By Peter Duffett-Smith Practical Astronomy with Your Calculator rd Third Edition ASTRONOMY meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary Astronomy For Beginners Learn How to Get Started Astronomers BLS P

  • Title: Practical Astronomy with Your Calculator. 3rd, Third Edition
  • Author: Peter Duffett-Smith
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  • Page: 499
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    1. Mesa on said:

      Un petit livre en anglais un peu d pass mais qui apporte quelques calculs sympathiques que l on ne trouve pas ailleurs.

    2. George Powers on said:

      The main problem with this book is that despite the title it is not well adapted to using a calculator The author admits that he uses a computer and has in fact authored a book which explains how he does so The adaptations of computer programs to use of a calculator sometimes lead to silliness Consider the method for calculating the day of the year on page 5.1 Key in the month number.Why key in a number which will either be incremented or decremented after testing Key in the adjusted number.2 If [...]

    3. Malina Kirn on said:

      This book is an excellent resource for quick and dirty formulas that are very commonly used In particular, conversions between time and coordinate systems have been very useful I use this book for particle astrophysics work I currently work for a university lab My co workers recommended this book to me, and I m here recommending it to you Absolutely essential as a quick reference My only complaint is that the book covers a few time systems for example, Julian time , but does not give any useful [...]

    4. Brian B. Donaldson on said:

      A wonderful book full of equations Excellent commentary on how to make calculations and the use of calculators However, the data in the book is based on epoch 1990 and is out dated With this being 2009, the data should be based on epoch J2000.0, and, with this epoch ending soon, the book should be updated to epoch J2010.0 This is just a fall back and calculations can still be made, but the resulting numbers are much larger to deal with Otherwise, this is a valuable book for the equations and cal [...]

    5. J. H. S. Roodt on said:

      Great little book for those that want to work the real equations I suggest you build it into Matlab, or Mathematica or even Excel.I worked through it with my trusty HP15C Good fun.

    6. D. Gaines on said:

      If you like doing astronomical calculations or would like to start, this is the book for you Very well written and not so overly technical that you can t understand it Just a fun book.

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