2 edition of Introduction to astronomy. found in the catalog.
Introduction to astronomy.
United States Naval Academy.
A revised and enlarged edition of a similar pamphlet published in 1940 under title, Nautical astronomy. Prepared by Commander J. L. Woodruff, and Lieutenant Delwyn Hyatt, under the direction of Commander K. J. Christoph, head of the Navigation division [United States Naval academy] cf. Pref.
|Contributions||Woodruff, Julian Leverie, 1894-, Hyatt, Delwyn, 1898-, United States Naval Institute.|
|LC Classifications||VK559 .U6 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 50,  p.|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||41023978|
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Occasionally, I find page breaks to be jarring, for example if a large figure is present there might be a lot of white space between one page and the next. Astronomy may be defined as the science which deals with all the aspects of the earth, its neighboring planets, and the known universe, in totality it encompasses the study of all of the unknown universes which are visible in the night sky and those far beyond our vision.
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