Epub ➛ Lewis Swift (Historical & Cultural Astronomy) Author Gary W. Kronk – Moi-sosedi.info

Lewis Swift (Historical & Cultural Astronomy) This Biography Covers The Life Of Lewis Swift 1820 1913 , Who Discovered 13 Comets And Nearly 1,200 Other Deep Sky Objects All 13 Comets Found By Swift Now Bear His Name, Including Three Periodic Comets With Periods Of 6 Years 11P Tempel Swift LINEAR , 9 Years 64P Swift Gehrels , And 133 Years 109P Swift Tuttle.Swift S Enthusiasm And Success As An Amateur Astronomer Helped Make Him Famous In The United States With The Help Of Others, Swift Was Able To Buy A 16 Inch Refractor, The Third Largest Telescope In The United States At The Time Hulbert Harrington Warner Built Warner Observatory To House This Telescope As A Prolific Writer And Lecturer, Swift S Stories Appeared In Newspapers And Magazines, While His Lectures Showed That He Was Able To Explain Anything In A Way That Everyone Could Understand When Warner Went Broke During The Panic Of 1893, Swift Was Forced To Leave His Home Almost Two Dozen Invitations Arrived From Around The United States Asking Him To Bring His Telescope To Their City, And He Eventually Accepted The Invitation Of Californian Thaddeus Sobieski Constantin Lowe This Book Highlights Swift S Valuable Contributions To Astronomy Before Failing Eyesight Forced Him To Give Up This Profession In Addition To Detailing Swift S Life, Biographical Material Is Also Provided For A Number Of Individuals Who Were Influenced By Swift This Includes His Son, Edward, Who Was Discovering Deep Sky Objects As A Teenager.

About the Author: Gary W. Kronk

Gary W Kronk is a consultant of the American Meteor Society, the author of Cometography, and the webmaster of cometography.com and meteorshowersonline.com.

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