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Fri Mar 21 17:15:30 2014 UTClccn-n880142720.00Aliens at the Vatican : a brief history of the Vatican meteorite collection /0.300.97The new physics and the old metaphysics /89672305Guy_Consolmagnon 880142722350058Brother Guy ConsolmagnoConsolmagno, GuyConsolmagno, Guy J. 1952-Consolmagno, Guy JosephCosolmagno, Guy 1952-Cosolmagno, Guy Joesph 1952-Guy Consolmagno, S.J.Guy J. Consolmagno, S.J.lccn-n88014270Davis, Dan M.(Dan Michael)1956-lccn-n99252417Drogin, Anneilllccn-n99252418Skirvin, Mary Lynnlccn-n99252416Sepp, Karen Kotashlccn-n93114460Schaefer, Martha W.1957-lccn-n50058500Specola vaticanalccn-n88032853Pollack, James B.lccn-n79138699Ames Research Centerlccn-n90692226Voyager Projectlccn-n89640758Campion CollegeConsolmagno, Guy1952-Handbooks, manuals, etcBiographyAtlasesHistoryObservationsAstronomyConsolmagno, Guy,AstronomersItalyStarsReligion and sciencePlanetologyPhysics--Religious aspects--ChristianityVatican CityResearch institutesExploration of outer spaceSaturn (Planet)Outer spaceVoyager ProjectSpecola vaticanaPhysicsMetaphysicsLife on other planetsSolar systemAstronomy--PhilosophyAstronomy--Study and teachingReligionElectromagnetismOrigin of the Solar systemElectromagnetic fieldsNebulae1952197519781980198319891990199119941995199719981999200020012002200420052007200820092010201120122013201445132888523QB63ocn762607218209819ocn182993383book19890.25Consolmagno, GuyTurn left at Orion a hundred night sky objects to see in a small telescope-- and how to find themObservationsAtlasesHandbooks, manuals, etc"A guidebook for beginning amateur astronomers, Turn Left at Orion provides all the information you need to observe the Moon, the planets and a whole host of celestial objects. Large format diagrams show these objects exactly as they appear in a small telescope (50-70 mm or 2-3" aperture) and for each object there is information on the current state of our astronomical knowledge." "Thoroughly revised and updated, this new edition contains a chapter describing spectacular deep sky objects visible from the southern hemisphere, as well as tips on how to observe the upcoming transits of Venus. It also includes a discussion of Dobsonian telescopes, with hints on using your personal computer and the internet as aids for planning an observing session." "Unlike many guides to the night sky, this book is specifically written for observing using small telescopes. Clear and easy-to-use, this book will appeal to skywatchers of all ages and backgrounds. No previous knowledge of astronomy is needed."--BOOK JACKET+-+15463267051554ocn721888527book20110.24Consolmagno, GuyTurn left at Orion : hundreds of night sky objects to see in a home telescope-- and how to find themAtlasesHandbooks, manuals, etc"With over 100,000 copies sold since first publication, this is one of the most popular astronomy books of all time. It is a unique guidebook to the night sky, providing all the information you need to observe a whole host of celestial objects. With a new spiral binding, this edition is even easier to use outdoors at the telescope and is the ideal beginner's book. Keeping its distinct one-object-per-spread format, this edition is also designed for Dobsonian telescopes, as well as for smaller reflectors and refractors, and covers Southern hemisphere objects in more detail. Large-format eyepiece views, positioned side-by-side, show objects exactly as they are seen through a telescope, and with improved directions, updated tables of astronomical information and an expanded night-by-night Moon section, it has never been easier to explore the night sky on your own"--+-+72480667051304ocn029469416book19940.66Consolmagno, GuyWorlds apart : a textbook in planetary sciences+-+46869148651263ocn041129650book19980.79Consolmagno, GuyThe way to the dwelling of light : how physics illuminates creation+-+4904653175324751ocn319492222book20090.23The heavens proclaim : astronomy and the Vatican : a bookHistory+-+0091127406721ocn233533293book19830.84Pollack, James BOrigin and evolution of the Saturn systemObservations204ocn784881847com20080.32Consolmagno, GuyGod's mechanics : how scientists and engineers make sense of religionIn God's Mechanics, Brother Guy tells the stories of those who identify with the scientific mindset-so-called "techies"--While practicing religion. A full fledged techie himself, he relates some classic philosophical reflections, his interviews with dozens of fellow techies, and his own personal take on his Catholic beliefs to provide, like a set of "worked out sample problems," the hard data on the challenges and joys of embracing a life of faith as a techie. And he also gives a roadmap of the traps that can befall an unwary techie believer. With lively prose and wry humor, Brother Guy shows how he not only believes in God but gives religion an honored place alongside science in his life. This book offers an engaging look at how-and why-scientists and those with technological leanings can hold profound, "unprovable" religious beliefs while working in highly empirical fields. Through his own experience and interviews with other scientists and engineers who profess faith, Brother Guy explores how religious beliefs and practices make sense to those who are deeply rooted in the world of technology+-+4119442325156ocn247478830com20000.27Consolmagno, GuyBrother astronomer adventures of a Vatican scientistHistoryBiographyPublisher Fact Sheet The unexpected scientifc & spiritual adventures of a Vatican astronomer+-+K379086255141ocn773473922book20120.97Consolmagno, GuyThe new physics and the old metaphysics94ocn751821881book19910.18Consolmagno, GuyTurn left at Orion : a hundred night sky objects for beginners - and how to find themAtlasesHandbooks, manuals, etc+-+724806670592ocn063185429book20050.27Consolmagno, GuyIntelligent life in the universe? : Catholic belief and the search for extraterrestrial intelligent life83ocn049983367book20010.97Consolmagno, GuyThe Vatican Observatory meteorite collection catalogue : current to June 200152ocn466429684book20090.96L'infinitamente grande : l'astronomia e il VaticanoHistory33ocn695693622book20090.47The heavens proclaim : astronomy and the VaticanHistory+-+009112740621ocn836854340book20090.47L'infinitamente grande : l'astronomia e il VaticanoHistory22ocn004240000book19780.92Consolmagno, GuyElectromagnetic processes in the evolution of the solar nebula11ocn635949740book1999Consolmagno, GuyA Orione svolta a sinistra : come individuare e osservare con un piccolo telescopio oltre 100 oggetti celesti11ocn228171733art2004Consolmagno, GuyAliens at the Vatican : a brief history of the Vatican meteorite collection11ocn780762029visu20120.47Consolmagno, GuyAstronomy, God and the search for elegance11ocn868199411book20140.10Consolmagno, GuyWould you baptize an extraterrestrial? : ...and other crazy questions, with some not-so-crazy143714ocn047009104com20000.27Consolmagno, GuyBrother astronomer adventures of a Vatican scientistHistoryBiographyPublisher Fact Sheet+-+03012862553212ocn124538784book20070.32Consolmagno, GuyGod's mechanics : how scientists and engineers make sense of religionIn Gods Mechanics, Brother Guy tells the stories of those who identify with the scientific mindsetso-called techieswhile practicing religion. A full fledged techie himself, he relates some classic philosophical reflections, his interviews with dozens of fellow techies, and his own personal take on his Catholic beliefs to provide, like a set of worked out sample problems, the hard data on the challenges and joys of embracing a life of faith as a techie. And he also gives a roadmap of the traps that can befall an unwary techie believer. With lively prose and wry humor, Brother Guy shows how he not only believes in God but gives religion an honored place alongside science in his life. This book offers an engaging look at howand whyscientists and those with technological leanings can hold profound, unprovable religious beliefs while working in highly empirical fields. Through his own experience and interviews with other scientists and engineers who profess faith, Brother Guy explores how religious beliefs and practices make sense to those who are deeply rooted in the world of technology+-+411944232511ocn741770060visu20110.47Exploring the connections of science, religion, and society featuring Brother Guy ConsolmangoInterviewsChancellor Peacock talks with Brother Guy Consolmagno, astronomer at the Vatican observatory+-+1546326705+-+1546326705Fri Mar 21 15:49:06 EDT 2014batch16115