Aprender Astronomía con 100 ejercicios prácticos by Jordi Lopesino

By Jordi Lopesino

¿Le atrae el cielo nocturno? ¿Le gustaría observarlo, an easy vista o con telescopio, pero no sabe por dónde empezar? Este es el libro de astronomía que estaba buscando. Cien temas diferentes, cien ejercicios prácticos para convertirse en un astrónomo experto. become aware of el cielo an easy vista, con prismáticos, con telescopios, con cámaras CCD? No habrá más secretos para usted. Aprenda a distinguir los planetas de las estrellas, a encontrar los angeles estrella Polar, cómo se apunta y enfoca un telescopio, que telescopio le conviene más, cómo fotografiar una galaxia. Un libro para l. a. gente que empieza a mirar el cielo, pero con el que puede hacer todo el recorrido. Aprenda paso a paso, empezando por lo más básico y acabando con los angeles construcción de un observatorio astronómico. Jordi Lopesino es astrónomo beginner y lleva más de veinte años practicando astronomía y escribiendo libros y artículos sobre el cielo. Tiene un observatorio en los angeles terraza de su casa y colabora activamente con el Minor Planet middle (MPC) y el Exoplanet Transit Database (ETD). Los capítulos de este libro están basados en su experiencia como observador astronómico. Jordi Lopesino es astrónomo beginner y lleva más de veinte años practicando astronomía y escribiendo libros y artículos sobre el cielo. Tiene un observatorio en los angeles terraza de su casa y colabora activamente con el Minor Planet heart (MPC) y el Explanet Transit Database (ETD). Los capítulos de este libro están basados en su experiencia como observador astronómico.

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At perihelion, it is 807,800,000 miles (1,300,000,000 kilometers) from the Sun, and at aphelion it is 1,740,000,000 miles (2,800,000,000 kilometers) away. Estimates made from its albedo, or ability to reflect sunlight, give Chiron a diameter of between 95 and 375 miles (150 and 600 kilometers), depending on what it is made of. Some astronomers think that Chiron is a former inch satellite of Saturn. Earth Visitors asteroids come close to our own planet. They are known as Earth-Grazing Asteroids (EGAs).

Police It Chase group of German astronomers calling themselves the "celestial police" began a systematic In 1800, a They divided the sky into 24 segments, one for each member of the team. While they were still making their meticulous preparations, an Italian monk, Father Giuseppe Piazzi, found a new planet in just the right place. It was January 1, 1801. " Calculations showed search. William Herschel gave the name "asteroid" to the newly discovered minor planets. He was a telescope-builder as well as an astronomer.

There are also two major clusters of asteroids known as the Trojan Asteroids, which are found inside Jupiter's orbit. One group precedes the mighty planet by 60° (the angle measured at the Sun between the asteroid group and Jupiter) The other group follows Jupiter in its orbit by 60°. In addition to the asteroids of the main belt and the Trojan asteroids, there are some maverick asteroids that pursue very unusual orbits. One, 944 Hidalgo, (the number 994 tells us it was the 944th asteroid to be discovered), comes as close to the Sun as 186,000,000 .

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