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Stetson Western VitaFelt Telescope Cowboyhut, S...
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Schicker Westernhut aus hochwertigem Wollfilz,Klassische Telescope-Krone in ovaler Form,Anschmiegsame, leichte VitaFelt-Qualität,Strapazierfähig und wasserabweisend,Gut verstaubar und robust durch Knautschbarkeit,Schmale Hutgarnitur aus 3 verbundenen, geflochtenen Kordeln,Bunte Feder variabel einsteckbar,Krempenbreite: ca. 7,5 cm,Kronenhöhe: ca. 10 cm,Weiches Futterband mit Stetson-Print,...

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Mimas (Moon)
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Mimas is a moon of Saturn which was discovered in 1789 by William Herschel. It is named after Mimas, a son of Gaia in Greek mythology, and is also designated Saturn I. By diameter the twentieth-largest moon in the Solar System, Mimas is the smallest known astronomical body that is thought to be rounded in shape due to self-gravitation. Mimas was discovered by the astronomer William Herschel on 17 September 1789. He recorded his discovery as follows: "The great light of my forty-foot telescope was so useful that on the 17th of September, 1789, I remarked the seventh satellite, then situated at its greatest western elongation.

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Relative Flux Density Variation in Saturn's Ring
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I present a Study of Relative Flux Density Variation in Saturn's ring using images taken Schmidt Telescope from National Observatory Nagarkot Nepal during the period form November 2008 to January 2010.The images of the Planet Saturn is captured with the help of the interface software AUTOSTAR SUITE 3.08 in FITS format then processed the images in the Software ALADIN2.5.The values of Relative Flux Density of 500 500[total 250,000]pixels are used for the study.I made an attempt to study the Flux Density variation along Saturn's ring form Eastern to Western region.I found that the total flux sometimes increases and decreases showing peak values at different regions along the ring.However,in the central region of the planet, we can see a fairly homogenous emission. No selective absorption or emission in noticed, I suspect that the on-going gravitational contraction is in about to saturate in the planet Saturn.In addition,I observed 2-D image of Saturn is divided into four regions: Eastern, Western,Northerninside and Southerninside.I took data of Relative Flux density associated with each pixel in these regions.The average value per pixel is found lie in the range form 115.31 to 249.13.

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What Security for which Europe?
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The region between the Baltic and the Black Sea has throughout history played the role of frontier or margin. Its identity has never been precisely defined. Today, the Baltic States, Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova, products of a disintegrated Soviet empire, have acquired independence but seek security guarantees. Notwithstanding the recent accessions to NATO, such guarantees are not only or even principally military in nature. Threats to national and regional stability have become more insidious, embracing cultural, social and economic dimensions of concern to all of Europe. Changes in the European security environment and impending enlargement of the European Union continue to create new challenges.NATO, the European Union, the Council of Europe, OSCE and regional bodies such as the Council of Baltic Sea States are all striving to meet the challenges of the new political configuration. Conflict in the Balkans adds to the urgency of this endeavor. This book addresses such issues as immigration, infiltration of organized crime and maintenance under EU rules of border exchanges at least as free as those that already exist in the region. Governments and international organizations should not regard institutional expansion and geopolitical restructuring merely as "western plus". From the other end of the telescope the view is very different.The College of Europe is an innovative post-graduate institute of European studies, established in Bruges in 1949. It draws graduates from a wide range of countries to study and live together. The College has always offered courses closely following European integration, continuously adapting to its programs while maintaining high standards. The College is characterized by its independence, its bilingualism (English and French), the diversity of its distinguished faculty and the multicultural environment of student life. Following the breakdown of the Berlin wall and the emergence of new democracies in Central Europe, it was normal that Bruges be complemented by a campus in Natolin, Warsaw. Natolin specializes in issues of Central and Eastern Europe and draws students from more than thirty countries. In addition to teaching, it serves as a center of ideas, organizing conferences on the objectives, processes, and institutions of European integration. Several of these served as a basis for this publication.

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Games without Rules
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The history of modern Afghanistan is an epic drama, a thriller, a tragedy, a surreal farce. Every forty years or so, over the last two centuries, some great global power has attempted to take control of Afghanistan, only to slink away wounded and bewildered. Games without Rules recounts this strange story, not from the outside looking in, as is usually the case, but from the inside looking out. Here, the interventions and invasions by foreign powers are not the main event. They are interruptions of the main event, for Afghans have a story of their own, quite apart from all the invasions (a story often interrupted by invasions!) Drawing on his Afghan background, Muslim roots, and Western and Afghan sources, Tamim Ansary weaves an epic story that moves from a universe of village republics,the old Afghanistan,through a tumultuous drama of tribes, factions, and forces, to the current struggle. The drama involves a dazzling array of colourful characters,such as the towering warrior-poet Ahmad Shah, who founded the country the wily spider-king Dost Mohammed the Great, who told the British I am like a wooden spoon you can toss me about, but I will not be broken' and the late nineteenth-century Iron Amir,' who said a telescope would interest him only if it could shoot bullets, since what use had he for the moon? A compelling narrative told in an accessible, conversational style, Games without Rules offers revelatory insight into a country long at the centre of international debate, but never fully understood by the outside world.

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The Science of Shakespeare
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William Shakespeare lived at a remarkable time—a period we now recognize as the first phase of the Scientific Revolution. New ideas were transforming Western thought, the medieval was giving way to the modern, and the work of a few key figures hinted at the brave new world to come: The methodical and rational Galileo, the skeptical Montaigne, and—as Falk convincingly argues—Shakespeare, who observed human nature just as intently as the astronomers who studied the night sky. In The Science of Shakespeare, we meet a colorful cast of Renaissance thinkers, including Thomas Digges, who published the first English account of the 'new astronomy' and lived in the same neighborhood as Shakespeare; Thomas Harriot—'England’s Galileo'—who aimed a telescope at the night sky months ahead of his Italian counterpart; and Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe, whose observatory-castle stood within sight of Elsinore, chosen by Shakespeare as the setting for Hamlet—and whose family crest happened to include the names 'Rosencrans' and 'Guildensteren.' And then there’s Galileo himself: As Falk shows, his telescopic observations may have influenced one of Shakespeare’s final works. Dan Falk’s The Science of Shakespeare explores the connections between the famous playwright and the beginnings of the Scientific Revolution—and how, together, they changed the world forever.

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The Renaissance: All That Matters
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Was the Renaissance just a period of extraordinary art and architecture? The Renaissance: All That Matters examines the major developments of the Renaissance era from its beginnings in Italian city/states to later cultural, political, and scientific achievements in France, Spain, England, and Germany. By examining original sources and introducing readers to new research and important debates, this accessible book provides an exciting introduction to the Renaissance age. This book attempts to answer two questions. Firstly, what are the essential features of the Renaissance movement that gradually transformed Europe in the fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth centuries? Secondly, how many of these cultural, artistic, and intellectual transformations continue to influence modern societies today? The Renaissance began as a renewal of classical Greek and Roman culture that originated in fourteenth-century Italy, gradually spread throughout Europe, and continues to influence Western societies up to the present. The Renaissance: All That Matters introduces the brilliant writers and cultural innovators of the Renaissance, who transformed the West through their scholarly, artistic, and scientific activities, including Francesco Petrarch, Leonardo da Vinci, Niccolo Machiavelli, Thomas More, and Galileo Galilee. Throughout the Renaissance, intriguing visionaries revived the study of literature, reformed medieval universities, invigorated the arts, enhanced the economy, explored new geographic worlds, and invented machines and devices such as the printing press, the telescope, firearms, and clocks.

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The Science of Shakespeare
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William Shakespeare lived at a remarkable time—a period we now recognize as the first phase of the Scientific Revolution. New ideas were transforming Western thought, the medieval was giving way to the modern, and the work of a few key figures hinted at the brave new world to come: The methodical and rational Galileo, the skeptical Montaigne, and—as Falk convincingly argues—Shakespeare, who observed human nature just as intently as the astronomers who studied the night sky. In The Science of Shakespeare, we meet a colorful cast of Renaissance thinkers, including Thomas Digges, who published the first English account of the 'new astronomy' and lived in the same neighborhood as Shakespeare; Thomas Harriot—'England’s Galileo'—who aimed a telescope at the night sky months ahead of his Italian counterpart; and Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe, whose observatory-castle stood within sight of Elsinore, chosen by Shakespeare as the setting for Hamlet—and whose family crest happened to include the names 'Rosencrans' and 'Guildensteren.' And then there’s Galileo himself: As Falk shows, his telescopic observations may have influenced one of Shakespeare’s final works. Dan Falk’s The Science of Shakespeare explores the connections between the famous playwright and the beginnings of the Scientific Revolution—and how, together, they changed the world forever.

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The Renaissance: All That Matters
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Was the Renaissance just a period of extraordinary art and architecture? The Renaissance: All That Matters examines the major developments of the Renaissance era from its beginnings in Italian city/states to later cultural, political, and scientific achievements in France, Spain, England, and Germany. By examining original sources and introducing readers to new research and important debates, this accessible book provides an exciting introduction to the Renaissance age. This book attempts to answer two questions. Firstly, what are the essential features of the Renaissance movement that gradually transformed Europe in the fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth centuries? Secondly, how many of these cultural, artistic, and intellectual transformations continue to influence modern societies today? The Renaissance began as a renewal of classical Greek and Roman culture that originated in fourteenth-century Italy, gradually spread throughout Europe, and continues to influence Western societies up to the present. The Renaissance: All That Matters introduces the brilliant writers and cultural innovators of the Renaissance, who transformed the West through their scholarly, artistic, and scientific activities, including Francesco Petrarch, Leonardo da Vinci, Niccolo Machiavelli, Thomas More, and Galileo Galilee. Throughout the Renaissance, intriguing visionaries revived the study of literature, reformed medieval universities, invigorated the arts, enhanced the economy, explored new geographic worlds, and invented machines and devices such as the printing press, the telescope, firearms, and clocks.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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