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Understanding the Universe: What’s New in Astronomy 2003 VHS

Professor Alex Filippenko is back to teach this new course, Understanding the Universe: What’s New in Astronomy, 2003. Find out about the latest developments in the exciting world of astronomy as Professor Filippenko returns to guide you through the remarkable discoveries astronomers and physicists have made during the last five years.

Like his first course, Understanding the Universe: What’s New in Astronomy, 2003 is exceptionally visual. You don’t simply hear about supernovae, quasars, gamma-ray bursts, or the stunning deep field photographs transmitted to us by the Hubble Space Telescope, you actually see them, as Professor Filippenko uses more than 700 images (600 new to this course — including pictures, diagrams, graphs, and even animations).

Professor Filippenko is an award-winning researcher, noted scholar, and teacher whose students have voted him “Best Professor on Campus” three times. Designed to accompany Professor Filippenko’s original course, Understanding the Universe, An Introduction to Astronomy, filmed in 1998), this course also stands well on its own. 2 Part set of 3 VHS tapes each plus Guidebook.

Part I
Lecture 1:
From Dawn to Dusk
Lecture 2: Exploring the Night Sky
Lecture 3: Recent Discoveries in Our Solar System
Lecture 4: Other Worlds Galore!
Lecture 5: The Formation and Evolution of Stars
Lecture 6: Supernovae — Catastrophic Stellar Explosions
Lecture 7: Gamma Ray Bursts and the Birth of Black Holes
Lecture 8: Observational Evidence for Black Holes

Part II
Lecture 9:
Einstein’s Relativity
Lecture 10: Cosmology and Cosmic Expansion
Lecture 11: The Birth and Evolution of Galaxies
Lecture 12: The Accelerating Expansion of the Universe
Lecture 13: The Stuff of the Cosmos
Lecture 14: Dark Energy — May the Force Be With You
Lecture 15: Theories of Everything, and Hidden Dimensions
Lecture 16: Our Universe, One of Many?

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Understanding the Universe: What’s New in Astronomy 2003 Lecture Transcript

By Alex Filippenko

Review the text while enjoying the lectures with the transcripts to Understanding the Universe: What’s New in Astronomy 2003. These new Transcript Books are handy, soft-bound books that include everything already in the guidebooks that come with each lecture series, plus a lightly edited, professional transcript of the complete lectures themselves. Make notes on what you find most interesting as you listen or use the books on their own. 2 books, 213 pgs each.

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Understanding the Universe: An Introduction to Astronomy

Forty 45-minute lectures packaged in five bookshelf cases -– a complete college course on videotape. Professor of the University of California, Berkeley and current ASP President, Alex Filippenko takes us on a journey through the heavens. Increase your knowledge in astronomy with this exceptional series or forty captivating lectures that will instruct, enlighten, and even amuse you. Without the need for extensive scientific background, you’ll gain a solid grasp of the basic laws that govern the cosmos. More than 600 spectacular images, including many from the Hubble Space Telescope, have been carefully integrated to ensure the best learning experience possible. Beginners in astronomy will learn more about the cosmos, astronomy buffs will gain a deeper knowledge in the latest cosmological theories, and the educator will become an expert in the classroom. 1999, VHS, 40 45-minute lectures in five bookshelf cases. High school and up.

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Tours of the Night Sky

This best-selling ASP collection of 4 seasonal audio nightsky tours and 40-page booklet with star charts makes stargazing easy. Whether hiking, camping, or simply going out into your backyard, you can play these audio tours (either CD or cassette) on your portable player and embark on a magical tour of the heavens. Using the brightest stars as markers, you will soon effortlessly locate major constellations and discover their mythical origins. It’s like having an astronomer by your side! Set includes 2 compact discs, 4 audio cassettes, 40-page booklet.

For use in North America. For all ages.

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The Hubble Deep Fields Poster

Gaze down a 12 billion light-year corridor, with our oversized print that reveals thousands of never-before-seen galaxies. Printed on high-quality paper, this print includes both the North and South Deep Fields plus images of sky to put them in context. 28″ x 39″

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More Universe at Your Fingertips

Edited by Andrew Fraknoi and Dennis Schatz.

The best-selling astronomy education resource available just got better! The thousands of educators and astronomers who own the original Universe at Your Fingertips have asked us for more! Here are 25 new classroom-tested activities, a host of resource listings and teaching suggestions, plus a guide to reliable astronomy information and activities on the web. Activities include Measuring the Hubble Deep Field, Organizing the Galaxies, Sorting Saturn’s Moons, Making a Mapping a Volcano, and many more! An indispensible supplement to the first notebook and a stand-alone guide to the most up-to-date astronomy education resources.Click here to view the Table of Contents for More Universe at Your Fingertips. This product is also available in Spanish. 180 sheets, 3-hole punched. For all grades.

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ASP Red Light Observer’s Pen

Built-in red light lets you log your astronomical observations without compromising your night-vision. Also helps with reading guidebooks and planispheres in the dark. 2, 1.5 volt batteries included. Plastic, 5″ L.

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Andromeda Galaxy Poster

This wonderful image of the Andromeda Galaxy from David Malin is digitally re-mastered to show much more detail and a greater extent to the galaxy. 24″ x 36″

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2014 Observer’s Handbook

A perennial favorite, the Observer’s Handbook gathers the expertise of more than 40 astronomers to detail times of sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset, where to find the planets, major and minor, the movements of the major moons of Jupiter and Saturn, variable star cycles and countless other celestial events. Published since 1907 by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, the renowned Observer’s Handbook is the astronomy hobbyist’s standard reference for astronomical data for North America.

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2014 Guy Ottewell Astronomical Calendar

Guy Ottewell’s Astronomical Calendar is one of the best, clearest, and most useful compendiums of annual celestial events available. The oversize pages reveal full-page sky maps for each month, lucid diagrams of eclipses and occultations, the year-long paths of each planet, notable comets and asteroids and especially striking sky scenes and patterns. Each month has a diary of 40 or more events with callouts to particular highlights or auxiliary discussions. Supplementary sections expand on each planet, the Sun, the Moon, occultations and conjunctions, eclipses, spaceflight and meteor activity as well as other subjects. This wealth of information will delight the professional astronomer while its clarity of presentation will invite even the hesitant beginner. If you can have just one aid to your skywatching, there is no question that this is it. 11″ x 15″.

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