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1 Viorel Badescu (ed.) Moon: Prospective Energy and Material Resources 024742 2012 Book  
2 John Wilkinson Moon in close-up: A Next Generation Astronomer's Guide 024565 2011 Book  
3 Gerald North Observing the moon: The modern astronomer's guide 023815 2007 Book  
4 Hans Schindler Bellamy Moons, myths and man: A reinterpretation. K62-OP00678 006905 1936 Book  
5 Robert Schindler Mechanic of the moon 006730 1906 Book  
6 PICKERING, WILLIAM H. Moon: A summary of the recent advances in our knowledge of our satellite, with a complete photographic atlas 006703 1904 Book  
7 Patrick Moore Guide to the moon 006673 1955 Book  
8 F.W. Bain Digit of the moon: A Hindoo love story 006462 1921 Book  
9 Peter Cadogan Moon: Our sister planet 000963 1981 Book  
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TitleMoon: Prospective Energy and Material Resources
Author(s)Viorel Badescu (ed.)
PublicationBerlin, Springer-Verkar, 2012.
Descriptionxxxviii, 749p.
Abstract NoteThe Earth has limited material and energy resources. Further development of the humanity will require going beyond our planet for mining and use of extraterrestrial mineral resources and search of power sources. The exploitation of the natural resources of the Moon is a first natural step on this direction. Lunar materials may contribute to the betterment of conditions of people on Earth but they also may be used to establish permanent settlements on the Moon. This will allow developing new technologies, systems and flight operation techniques to continue space exploration. In fact, a new branch of human civilization could be established permanently on Moon in the next century. But, meantime, an inventory and proper social assessment of Moon’s prospective energy and material resources is required. This book investigates the possibilities and limitations of various systems supplying manned bases on Moon with energy and other vital resources. The book collects together recent proposals and innovative options and solutions. It is a useful source of condensed information for specialists involved in current and impending Moon-related activities and a good starting point for young researchers
ISBN,Price9783642279683 : 199.95
Classification523.34
Keyword(s)1. ALTERNATE ENERGY 2. MOON
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TitleMoon in close-up: A Next Generation Astronomer's Guide
Author(s)John Wilkinson
PublicationBerlin, 1. Springer 2. Springer-Verlag, 2011.
Descriptionxi, 310p
Series(Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series)
Abstract NoteInformation collected by recent space probes sent to explore the Moon by the USA, the European Space Agency, Japan, China and India has changed our knowledge and understanding of the Moon, particularly its geology, since the Apollo missions. This book presents those findings in a way that will be welcomed by amateur astronomers, students, educators and anyone interested in the Moon. Enhanced by many colour photos, it combines newly acquired scientific understanding with detailed descriptions and labelled photographic maps of the lunar surface. Guided by observation methods explained in the book and 17 Study Areas presented and carefully explained in the last chapter, amateur astronomers can observe these features from Earth using telescopes and binoculars. Readers who consult the photographic maps will gain a better understanding about the Moon’s topography and geology. The book is rounded out by a helpful glossary.
ISBN,Price9783642148040 : Euro 39.95(PB)
Classification523.34
Keyword(s)1. CHANDRAYAN 2. LUNAR PROBES 3. MOON GEOLOGY
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TitleObserving the moon: The modern astronomer's guide
Author(s)Gerald North
Edition2ed.
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Descriptionxi, 408p.
Abstract NoteWritten by an experienced and well-known lunar observer, this is a hands-on primer for the aspiring observer of the Moon. Whether you are a novice or are already experienced in practical astronomy you will find plenty in this book to help you raise your game to the next level and beyond. In this thoroughly updated Second Edition, the author provides extensive practical advice and sophisticated background knowledge of the Moon and of lunar observation. It incorporates the latest developments in lunar imaging techniques, including digital photography, CCD imaging, and webcam observing, and essential advice on collimating all common types of telescope. Learn what scientists have discovered about our Moon, and what mysteries remain still to be solved. Find out how you can take part in the efforts to solve these mysteries, as well as enjoying the Moon's spectacular magnificence for yourself!
ISBN,Price97805121874076 : UKP 28.00(HB)
Classification523.34
Keyword(s)1. LUNAR IMAGING TECHNIQUES 2. LUNAR OBSERVATION 3. MOON
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TitleMoons, myths and man: A reinterpretation. K62-OP00678
Author(s)Hans Schindler Bellamy
PublicationLondon, Faber and Faber Ltd., 1936.
Description312pp.
Classification523.34
Keyword(s)1. COSMIC ICE THEORY 2. COSMOLOGY 3. HOERBIGER THEORY 4. MOON 5. MYTHOLOGY 6. SELENOLOGY 7. UMI PUBLICATION
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TitleMechanic of the moon
Author(s)Robert Schindler
PublicationLucerne, Switzerland, Robert Schindler, 1906.
Description74pp.
Classification523.34
Keyword(s)1. MOON 2. RARE BOOK 3. SELENOLOGY
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006730   523.34/SCH/006730  On Shelf    

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TitleMoon: A summary of the recent advances in our knowledge of our satellite, with a complete photographic atlas
Author(s)William H. Pickering
PublicationLondon, John Murray Pub., 1904.
Descriptionviii,103pp.;100 illustrations
Classification523.34
Keyword(s)1. MOON 2. RARE BOOK
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006703   523.34/PIC/006703  On Shelf    

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TitleGuide to the moon
Author(s)Patrick Moore
PublicationLondon, Comet Books/Collins, 1955.
Description188pp.
Classification523.34
Keyword(s)1. MOON 2. POPULAR ASTRONOMY 3. SELENOLOGY
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006673   523.34/MOO/006673  On Shelf    

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TitleDigit of the moon: A Hindoo love story
Author(s)F.W. Bain
Edition14th ed.
PublicationLondon, Methuen and Co. Ltd., 1921.
Descriptionxviii,118pp.
Classification523.34
Keyword(s)HINDU MYTHOLOGY
Item TypeBook
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TitleMoon: Our sister planet
Author(s)Peter Cadogan
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1981.
Description391p.
Classification523.34
Keyword(s)MOON
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000963   523.34/CAD/000963  On Shelf    

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