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作       者:Todd, David P. 

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出版时间:2018-02-27

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They are not all at the same level. Earlier stages of cosmic life are characterized by intense heat; but as development of the moon progressed, original heat gradually radiated into space, leaving her surface finished. Evidently she has gone through experi ences some of which the earth may already have known, and through others still in our remote future. Matterhorn. the moon in 1647. Being so much smaller than the earth, as well as less in mass, our satellite cooled much faster than the parent planet. A few surface features are to be explained as due to the consequent shrinkage. Maps and Photographs of the Moon.--All the lunar mountains, plains, and craters are mapped and named; and astronomers are quite as familiar with 'Copernicus' and 'Eratosthenes' (a great crater, and a mountain nearly 16,000 feet high) as geographers are with Vesuvius and the Hevelius of Danzig made the first map...
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Preface

Chapter IⅠntroductory

Chapter II The Language of Astronomy

Chapter III The Philosophy of the Celestial Sphere

Chapter IV The Stars in their Courses

Chapter V The Earth as a Globe

Chapter VI The Earth Turns on its Axis

Chapter VII The Earth Revolves Round the Sun

Chapter VIII The Astronomy of Navigation

Chapter IX The Observatory and its Ⅰnstruments

Chapter X The Moon

Chapter XI The Sun

Chapter XII Eclipses of Sun and Moon

Chapter XIII The Planets

Chapter XIV The Argument for Universal Gravitation

Chapter XV Comets and Meteors

Chapter XVI The Stars and the Cosmogony

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