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Neil Bone is the author of Deep Sky Observer's Guide, Philip's/Firefly (2004); Mars Observer's Guide, Philip's/Firefly (2003); Guide to the Constellations, Astronomy Now/Polestar (2002); Observing Meteors, Comets, Supernovae and other Transient Phenomena, Springer (1998); Observer's.

Neil Bone is the author of Deep Sky Observer's Guide, Philip's/Firefly (2004); Mars Observer's Guide, Philip's/Firefly (2003); Guide to the Constellations, Astronomy Now/Polestar (2002); Observing Meteors, Comets, Supernovae and other Transient Phenomena, Springer (1998); Observer's Handbook: Meteors Philip's/Sky (1993); The Aurora: Sun-Earth.

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He has studied the Sun and its influence on the solar system for almost his entire career

He has studied the Sun and its influence on the solar system for almost his entire career. Bruce T. Tsurutani is a space plasma physicist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California. Aurora Syun-Ichi Akasofu 1. The Earth's Magnetosphere S. W. H. Cowley 13. Radiation Belts James A. Van Allen 23. Plasma Waves and Instabilities S. Peter Gary 29.

John Wiley/Praxis Publishing, 1996 . ISBN 0-471-96023-3 (hbk); 0-471-96024-1 (pbk). Pp xiii + 172, £1. 9 (pbk). The Aurora: Sun–Earth Interactions is an excellent and comprehensive general discussion of present-day knowledge of the aurora and of the geophysical basis of the Sun–Earth relationships that underlie auroral phenomena. The author, one of Britain's most dedicated amateur astronomers, is well-known for his published work in auroral and meteor sciences. He is therefore well qualified for the task he has set himself. The book seems certain to become a 'must' for all auroral observers and possibly for other amateur astronomers as well.

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UK THE AURORA: Sun-Earth Interactions Neil Bone, School of Biological Sciences, University of Sussex, Brighton, U. .

The aurora borealis and the aurora australis are striking if mystifying spectacles in the Northern and . Author Bone avoids mathematics but has filled his book with lovely color photographs of aurorae, north and south.

The aurora borealis and the aurora australis are striking if mystifying spectacles in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, respectively. They are complex phenomena but their intricacies and causes are well described in this new book.

The aurora : sun-earth interactions. Neil Bone Hoboken, . John Wiley & Sons Wiley-Praxis series in astronomy and astrophysics 1996. Mars and the development of life. Anders Hansson Hoboken, . Yuri Surkov Hoboken, .

This illustrated volume reviews the wealth of information that has been generated by satellite and ground-based observations of the aurora. Opening with a broad overview of why we should continue to be interested by a phenomenon which occurs in the relatively near neighbourhood of the atmosphere, the author points out that several areas of human endeavour are influenced by auroral phenomena - such as ground currents induced during intense auroral storms, which have been a source of failure in electricity grid systems in Canada and Scandinavia. An appraisal of the history of aurorae, and the way in which historical examinations can provide an insight into determining past activity of the Sun, provides a background to the author's examination of how the advent of satellite exploration has brought a clearer model for the magnetic environment surrounding the Earth, and provided a clearer picture of the mechanisms behind the aurora. Practical advice on auroral observations is given, including an atlas of auroral types.
The Aurora: Sun Earth Interactions (Wiley-Praxis Series in Astronomy & Astrophysics) download epub
Physics
Author: Neil Bone
ISBN: 0471954373
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Physics
Language: English
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd (August 31, 1994)
Pages: 156 pages