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edited by Patricia Monahan
written by Nick Strobel
Astronomy notes is an educational resource for introductory astronomy classes for undergraduates. This section describes the celestial sphere, coordinate systems, the motion of the stars. There are also sections describing time, the seasons, time zones, the phases of the moon, solar eclipses, lunar eclipses, and the motions of the planets.
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Metadata instance created December 2, 2003 by Patricia Monahan
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N. Strobel, , edited by P. Monahan (2004), WWW Document, (
N. Strobel, Astronomy Without a Telescope, , edited by P. Monahan (2004), <>.
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Strobel, N. (2004). Astronomy Without a Telescope. Retrieved March 3, 2021, from
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Strobel, Nick. Astronomy Without a Telescope. Edited by Patricia Monahan. 2004. (accessed 3 March 2021).
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Strobel, Nick. Astronomy Without a Telescope. Ed. Monahan, Patricia. 2004. 3 Mar. 2021 <>.
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