The Morien Institute - The events of December 16th to 22nd 1994, when the remnants of a fragmenting comet, P/Shoemaker-Levy 9, bombarded the surface of Jupiter causing fireballs many times the size of our own planet, were an abrupt wake-up call even for those who were aware of them. The historical sciences generally, and archæology in particular, have collectively painted a picture of the past as if our planet stands alone in empty space. Nothing could be further from reality. Our resilient planet exists in a solar system that has experienced a very dynamic history over the past 20 to 30 millennia, and it is only from this wider solar system perspective that the true history of human civilisation will ever be fully understood. The Morien Institute archive therefore contains relevant material from many disciplines.

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Skywatching Calendar July 01 to September 30 2020

text translation service for many worldwide languages

 

Skywatching Calendars for:

January - March 2020 | April - June 2020 | October - December 2020

 

For Your Safety When Daytime Skywatching Please Visit These Websites:

Safe SunWatching | Observing Eclipses Safely | Safely Viewing Sunspots

Safety In Sight | Solar and Heliospheric Observatory



 

Useful Websites for Skywatchers:

Theodore von Kármán Lecture Series

Space Weather Radio

NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive 1995 to present

António Cidadão's Practical Advice for Astrophotography & CCD Imaging

Phil Plait's Bad Astronomy Website debunks astro-nonsense


As of July 01 2020
according to Near-Earth asteroid monitoring groups there were
?
KNOWN Potentially Hazardous Asteroids
in Earth-crossing orbits


Why Does This Number Go Up, Then Sometimes Go Down?

Book an Educational Visit to the UK SpaceGuard Centre

The National Near Earth Objects Information Centre
is located in Knighton, Powys, LD7 1LW, Wales, United Kingdom

It is open for Public Tours (suitable for ages 9+), and also for
School Tours (suitable for primary & secondary schools)


They are are easily accessible - See Map and directions


Impact Craters on Earth, our Moon
and the other planets in our Solar System

NASA JPL Asteroid Watch

 

The 3,600 year-old Nebra Sky Disc

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Made of bronze, with gold decorations of the Sun, Moon and Pleiades
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Free Open Source Planetarium
For Your Computer

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SpaceWeather Information & Resources

Getting Ready for the Next Big Solar Storm

NASA Living With a Star

NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center | The Australian Space Weather Agency

Space Weather Radio | ESA Space Environment Information System

Space weather influences on atmospheric electricity

Realtime Space Weather Photo Gallery

Realtime Comet Photo Gallery


a solar wind image link to the australian spaceweather agency home page

Heliophysics is a fast-developing scientific discipline that integrates studies of the Sun's variability,
the surrounding heliosphere, and the environment and climate of planets

Over the past few centuries, our understanding of how the Sun drives space weather and climate
on the Earth and other planets has advanced at an ever increasing rate

 

 

July 2020 Celestial Events & Space Research News

July 2020 SkyMaps & Sky Guides will not be available until July 1st

The Astronomy Picture of the Day feature will not be available until that date
It is updated daily using Universal Time (UT) which is the same as GMT


July 2020 - SkyMaps & Celestial Guides .....

BBC The Sky at Night - July 2020

Meteorite Times Magazine - July 2020 - available mid-July

At the start of July 2020 the Sunspot Number is 0


July 01 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 02 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 03 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

July 04 2020 - 11:35 UT

Earth at Aphelion
(furthest from the Sun - 1.017 AU)

 


July 04 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

July 05 2020 - 05:44 UT

Full Buck Moon

 


July 05 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 06 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 07 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 08 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 09 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 10 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 11 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

July 12 2020 - 19:27 UT

Moon at Apogee
(furthest from the Earth = 404,201 km) m

 


July 12 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

July 13 2020 - 00:31 UT

Third Lunar Quarter

 


July 13 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 14 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 15 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 16 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 17 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 18 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 19 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

July 20 2020 - 18:33 UT

New Moon

 


July 20 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 21 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 22 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 23 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 24 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

July 25 2020 - 04:54 UT

Moon at Perigee
(closest to the Earth = 368,367 km)

 


July 25 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 26 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

July 27 2020 - 13:33 UT

First Lunar Quarter

 


July 27 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 28 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 29 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day

South Delta-Aquarids Meteor Shower Peak

"d–Aquarid meteor shower"


July 30 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


July 31 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

SpaceWeather Information & Resources

Getting Ready for the Next Big Solar Storm

NASA Living With a Star

NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center | The Australian Space Weather Agency

Space Weather Radio | ESA Space Environment Information System

Space weather influences on atmospheric electricity

Realtime Space Weather Photo Gallery

Realtime Comet Photo Gallery


a solar wind image link to the australian spaceweather agency home page

Heliophysics is a fast-developing scientific discipline that integrates studies of the Sun's variability,
the surrounding heliosphere, and the environment and climate of planets

Over the past few centuries, our understanding of how the Sun drives space weather and climate
on the Earth and other planets has advanced at an ever increasing rate

 

 

August 2020
Live Celestial Events & Space Research News

August 2020 SkyMaps and Sky Guides are NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL August 1st

The Astronomy Picture of the Day feature will not be available until that date
It is updated daily using Universal Time (UT) which is the same as GMT


August 2020 - SkyMaps & Celestial Guides .....

BBC The Sky at Night - August 2020

Meteorite Times Magazine - August 2020 - available mid-August

At the start of August 2020 the Sunspot Number is 0

August 01 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Alpha Capricornids Meteor Shower Peak


August 02 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

August 03 2020 - 16:59 UT

Full Sturgeon Moon

 


August 03 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 04 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 05 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 06 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Southern Iota Aquarids Meteor Shower Peak


August 07 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 08 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day

2020 Perseids Meteor Shower - Observation SkyMap for August 12/13 Peak


 

August 08 2020 - 13:51 UT

Moon at Apogee

(furthest from the Earth = 404,658 km)

 


August 09 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 10 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

August 11 2020 - 17:47 UT

Third Lunar Quarter

 


August 11 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day

2020 Perseids Meteor Shower - Observation SkyMap for TOMORROW


August 12 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Perseids Meteor Shower Peak Overnight - look tonight until dawn tomorrow

2020 Perseids Meteor Shower - Observation SkyMap for TONIGHT

Perseids Meteor Shower - SkyMap

2020 Perseids Meteor Shower - history and observing advice


August 13 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Perseids Meteor Shower - SkyMap for pre-dawn observations


August 14 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day

August 15 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 16 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 17 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 18 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

August 19 2020 - 03:42 UT

New Moon

 


August 19 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 20 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

August 21 2020 - 10:59 UT

Moon at Perigee
(closest to the Earth = 363,513 km)

 


August 21 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 22 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 23 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 24 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

August 25 2020 - 18:59 UT

First Lunar Quarter

 


August 25 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 26 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 27 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 28 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 29 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 30 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


August 31 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

SpaceWeather Information & Resources

Getting Ready for the Next Big Solar Storm

NASA Living With a Star

NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center | The Australian Space Weather Agency

Space Weather Radio | ESA Space Environment Information System

Space weather influences on atmospheric electricity

Realtime Space Weather Photo Gallery

Realtime Comet Photo Gallery


a solar wind image link to the australian spaceweather agency home page

Heliophysics is a fast-developing scientific discipline that integrates studies of the Sun's variability,
the surrounding heliosphere, and the environment and climate of planets

Over the past few centuries, our understanding of how the Sun drives space weather and climate
on the Earth and other planets has advanced at an ever increasing rate

 

 

September 2020
Live Celestial Events & Space Research News

September 2020 SkyMaps and Sky Guides are NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL September 1st

The Astronomy Picture of the Day feature will not be available until that date
It is updated daily using Universal Time (UT) which is the same as GMT


September 2020 - SkyMaps & Celestial Guides .....

Astronomy Today Sky Guide - September 2020

Meteorite Times Magazine - September 2020 - available mid-September

At the start of September 2020 the Sunspot Number is ?


September 01 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

September 02 2020 - 06:23 UT

Full Harvest Moon

 


September 02 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 03 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 04 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 05 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

September 06 2020 - 06:31 UT

Moon at Apogee
(furthest from the Earth = 405,606 km)

 


September 06 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 07 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 08 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 09 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Piscid meteor shower Peak


 

September 10 2020 - 10:28 UT

Third Lunar Quarter

 


September 10 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 11 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 12 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 13 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 14 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 15 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 16 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

September 17 2020 - 12:00 UT

New Moon

 


September 17 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

September 18 2020 - 13:44 UT

Moon at Perigee
(closest to the Earth = 359,081 km)

 


September 18 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 19 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 20 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 21 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

September 22 2020 - 03:31 UT

Alban Elfed
Autumnal Equinox

 


September 22 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day

September 23 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


 

September 24 2020 - 02:56 UT

First Lunar Quarter

 


September 24 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 25 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 26 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 27 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 28 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 29 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


September 30 2020 - Today's Celestial Events & Space Exploration News .....

Astronomy Picture of the Day


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"Archaeoastronomy and the Maya"

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"Cosmology, Calendars, and Horizon-based Astronomy in Ancient Mesoamerica"

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"Architecture, Astronomy and Sacred Landscape in Ancient Egypt"

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"Ancient Egyptian Sky Lore: Rethinking the Conventional Wisdom"

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"The 2300 BC Event - Vol. 1:
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"The 2300 BC Event takes a new look at an old puzzle: what happened
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Civilizations in Anatolia and Greece, through Egypt and the Middle East, and eastward to India and Central Asia were at their height. The collapse of these civilizations due to earthquakes and climatic changes has been mirrored by similar interruptions on all continents, in the Arctic, and extending to the Pacific.

The discontinuities have long puzzled archaeologists and historians. New religions and accompanying mythologies appeared at this time in all cultural regions describing bombardment and flooding from the skies.

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"The 2300 BC Event Vol. 2:
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"Some time around 2300 BC the Earth encountered a dense clustering of space debris, the early Southern & Northern Taurid meteoroid stream. The result was an intense fall of meteoroids, some of them sufficiently large to cause surface destruction.

Simultaneous with the meteoroid fall was a huge downpouring of water which caused flash flooding. Extensive destruction and loss of life resulted. An astonishing aspect of the event was the formation of a ring surrounding the Earth, reflecting sunlight during the day, hiding some stars at night, and moving around the sky through a 24-hour period.

Following the 'main event', there were crustal movements which shifted the location of water sources, and caused earthquakes which destroyed settlements. Abrupt severe climate changes occurred."

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"The 2300 BC Event Vol. 3:
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"The Northern/Southern Taurid meteoroid stream is identified as the specific meteoroid stream that the Earth encountered at 2300 BC.

The Earth's encounter with a dense cluster of large objects would produce atmospheric phenomena very different from the pleasant and interesting night displays of meteor trails that are within our own experience.

The rain of objects would have generated extraordinary visual and auditory effects combined with ground vibrations; and under extreme conditions would bring about severe surface destruction and loss of life.

The overall event was associated by the people with powerful deities and formed the basis for major religions. The mythologies and traditions are, in large part, the residues of those religions."

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"Archaeoastronomy of Southeast Colorado and the Oklahoma Panhandle"

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"A Little History of
Astro-Archaeology:
Stages in the Transformation
of a Heresy"


by

John Michell

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"Stonehenge today is a battlefield, not only for police and festivalgoers at midsummer but also for rival camps of archaeologists, astronomers, and other researchers into the mysteries of prehistoric religion and science.

Controversy flared up in 1963, when Gerald Hawkins made early use of the computer to identify Stonehenge as an observatory for the sun and moon and an instrument for predicting eclipses. Further studies of megalithic sites by Alexander Thom proved that many of them were also related to the seasonal positions of the heavenly bodies.

The study of astro-archaeology has now expanded worldwide, bringing new revelations about the mystical sciences of antiquity.

This "little history" summarizes the issues involved in astro-archaeology, and illustrates its principal sites and personalities. Included are recent findings of British scientists, whose records of anomalous levels of natural energies at stone circles are in accordance with the magical reputations of such places in local folklore."

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"Mysteries and Discoveries of Archaeoastronomy:
From Giza to Easter Island"

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Giulio Magli

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"This complete, authoritative study of the growing discipline of Archaeoastronomy examines the role of astronomy in antiquity. Professor Giulio Magli provides a clear, up-to-date survey of current thinking on the motives of the ancients for building fabulous and mysterious monuments all over our planet. Was it an attempt to reproduce the sky on Earth, to bring down the power of the stars to where they could see it, worship it and use it?

The connecting thread is astronomy: Giulio Magli uses astronomy as a key to understanding our ancestors’ way of thinking. It is a challenge he likes to call ‘predicting the past’ - archaeology as a science is able to make predictions, like any other science, and to check them.

All of the astronomical achievements of the past are considered as a whole, in a comprehensive way that shows the depth and breadth of the thought behind them. In the past, the motives of the ancients – and particularly their scientific thought – have often been misconstrued, maligned or even dismissed.

In an ironic, provocative style, Professor Magli shows the limitations of orthodox archaeology in the face of astronomically-based artefacts and tries to understand what led the ancients to construct magnificent buildings such as the city of Teotihuacan in the Mexico Valley, the Ceremonial Centre of Chaco Canyon in the USA, the Avebury stone circle in Great Britain or the Great Pyramids in Egypt.

The book is divided into two parts. In the first, the reader is taken on an ideal ‘world tour’ of many wonderful and enigmatic places in almost every continent, in search of traces of astronomical knowledge and lore of the sky. In the second part, Giulio Magli uses the elements presented in the tour to show that the fundamental idea which led to the construction of the astronomically-related giant monuments was the foundation of power, a foundation which was exploited by ‘replicating’ the sky.

A possible interpretive model then emerges that is founded on the relationship the ancients had with “nature”, in the sense of everything that surrounded them, the cosmos. The numerous monumental astronomically aligned structures of the past then become interpretable as acts of will, expressions of power on the part of those who held it; the will to replicate the heavenly plane here on earth and to build sacred landscapes."

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"Under Ancient Skies:
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Terrestrial Catastrophism"

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Paul Dunbavin

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"A Sumerian Observation of the Kofels' Impact Event"
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"Ancient Astronomers:
Exploring the Ancient World"

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"Stonehenge: A New Interpretation of Prehistoric Man and the Cosmos"
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"Stonehenge has fascinated mankind for centuries, enveloping generation after generation in its haunting mystery. But while much has been learned about this ancient monument, the fundamental questions remain: Who built it? What was its purpose? How was it used?

Drawing on more than 15 years of research, John North has at last succeeded where others have failed. He comprehensively examines Stonehenge from all available angles -- archeological, astronomical, and spiritual -- and considers relevant research from other prehistoric remains in Britain and Northern Europe. He shows, for the first time, that the stones were not so much sighting devices as maps of the heavens and that the design of the monument evolved over thousands of years rather than conforming to a single original blueprint.

Such observations form the basis of deductions about prehistoric life and religion that will profoundly affect our understanding of who we are and where we came from."

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"Avebury Cosmos:
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"Megalithic Measures
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"Asteroids:
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"Comets: A Chronological History of Observation, Science, Myth
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"Life in the Universe:
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"Planets and Life: The Emerging Science of Astrobiology"
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"Astrobiology involves the study of the origin and history of life on Earth, planets and moons where life November have arisen, and the search for extraterrestrial life.

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"Complete Course in Astrobiology"
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"This up-to-date resource is based on lectures developed by experts in the relevant fields and carefully edited by the leading astrobiologists within the European community.

Aimed at graduate students in physics, astronomy and biology and their lecturers, the text begins with a general introduction to astrobiology, followed by sections on basic prebiotic chemistry, extremophiles, and habitability in our solar system and beyond."

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"Astrochemistry: From Astronomy
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Starting with the Molecular Universe, the text covers the formation of the elements, simple models of stars and their classification. It then moves on to draw on the theme of the Origins of Life to study interstellar chemistry, meteorite and comet chemistry as well as the chemistry of planets."

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"This highly interdisciplinary book highlights many of the ways in which chemistry plays a crucial role in making life an evolutionary possibility in the universe.

Cosmologists and particle physicists have often explored how the observed laws and constants of nature lie within a narrow range that allows complexity and life to evolve and adapt. Here, these anthropic considerations are diversified in a host of new ways to identify the most sensitive features of biochemistry and astrobiology.

Celebrating the classic 1913 work of Lawrence J. Henderson, The Fitness of the Environment for Life, this book looks at the delicate balance between chemistry and the ambient conditions in the universe that permit complex chemical networks and structures to exist."

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