In Search Of Planet Vulcan: The Ghost In Newton's Clockwork Universe

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Basic Books, 4 Ιουλ 2003 - 328 σελίδες
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The intriguing narrative of one of astronomy's strangest searches for a planet that never existed.
 

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Contents
1
PLANETS DROWNED IN NIGHT
43
i Lihiv Miithenutiiieii
107
Le Venders Unfinished Business
127
The Doctors TaleVulcan
145
The Phantom of an Anomaly
162
Le Roi Est Mort
178
The Ghost Goes West
185
Dr Peters Confronts the Wild Geese
209
Legend into History
224
LAGRANGES LONG SHADOW
245
The Unending Quest
255
Chronology
263
Notes and References
269
Select Bibliography
297
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The Planet Hunters Come to Indian
194

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Richard Baum served as Vice President of the British Astronomical Association from 19931995 and is the author of The Planets: Some Myths and Realities. He lives in Chester, England.William Sheehan is a psychologist and amateur astronomer who has written several books including Planets and Perception, Worlds in the Sky, The Planet Mars, and The Immortal Fire Within. He lives in Hutchinson, Minnesota. Richard Baum served as Vice President of the British Astronomical Association from 19931995 and is the author of The Planets: Some Myths and Realities. He lives in Chester, England.William Sheehan is a psychologist and amateur astronomer who has written several books including Planets and Perception, Worlds in the Sky, The Planet Mars, and The Immortal Fire Within. He lives in Hutchinson, Minnesota.

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