Der Mensch, die Nacht und die Sterne : d. Kulturgeschichte d. Menschen im Angesicht d. Nachthimmels
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William Albrecht: In the Twilight Zone: At 81, this Hawaiian amateur is still going strong - making 75 to 150 variable-star estimates a night. And he is fast approaching his 90,000th observation. Amateur Astronomers
O'Meara, S. J.
Warm temperature accelerates short photoperiod-induced growth cessation and dormancy induction in hybrid poplar ( Populus × spp . )
Tanino, Karen; Silim, Salim; Kalcsits, Lee
Visual Orientation and Navigation in Nocturnal Arthropods
Warrant, Eric; Dacke, Marie
Van Gogh's Rediscovered Night Sky What brilliant celestial object did Vincent van Gogh include in his painting White House at Night?
Olson, D. W.; Doescher, R. L.
Using DMSP Night-Time Imagery to Evaluate Lighting Practice in the American Southwest
Luginbuhl, C. B.; International Astronomical Union; United Nations
Transient Detection Using Panoramic All-Sky Cameras
Titania Hides a Bright Star Does Uranus's largest moon have an atmosphere? No one knows, but we could get an answer on the night of September 7-8
Sinnott, R. W.
Things to see on a clear night
Thermal bioclimate in Strasbourg - the 2003 heat wave
Najjar, Georges; Rocco, Manuela; Matzarakis, Andreas
The light of the night sky and the interplanetary medium
M F Ingham
The X-ray sky
The Virgo T&T Bino-Mount: Binoculars are wonderful for scanning the night sky, especially when the viewing is relaxed and steady - just what you get with this binocular mount
The Night of Raining Fire
The Light of the Night Sky
The Excitation of the Auroral Green Line by Metastable Nitrogen Molecules
The Earth at night
The "Night Sky Observer", an Interactive Multi-User System that Provides Remote Night Sky Scenes Overlaid with Virtual Constellations
Ikenaga, T.; Muraoka, Y.
TV system All Sky for real-time remote monitoring of night cloud condition [6636-22]
Komarov, V. V.; Fomenko, A. F.; Shergin, V. S.
Sustainable development approach to the ecotourism of Iran desert lands
Beigi, Hamideh; Zangiabadi, Ali
Surface Energy Balance Measurements Above an Exurban Residential Neighbourhood of Kansas City, Missouri
Mauder, Matthias; McFadden, Joseph; Vezhapparambu, Sajith
Sun, Moon, and Planets: A Marvelous Midsummer Night
Star Trails from the Top of the World: TWAN ambassadors photograph the night sky from the Himalayas
Spotlight On... Sculptor's Splendid Spiral A new research instrument resolves the Sculptor Galaxy's supergiant stars on its first night out
Dressler, A. M.
Spatial and Temporal Varying Thresholds for Cloud Detection in GOES Imagery
Jedlovec, G.J.; Haines, S.L.; LaFontaine, F.J.
Solar System Science with LSST
Harris, A.; Connolly, A.; Jones, R.
Small-Scope Sampler Night of the Trifid
SkyWise This month brings an equinox, when day and night are both 12 hours
Simple Night-Sky Measurements for ``Globe at Night'' in Chile with Sky-Quality Meters (SQMs) and Illustrated with Digital Photography-A Prototype for the IYA
Smith, M.G.; Warner, M.; Orellana, D.
Shell gaping behaviour of Pinna nobilis L., 1758: circadian and circalunar rhythms revealed by in situ monitoring
García-March, José; García-Carrascosa, A.; Sanchís Solsona, Miguel
Seeking the Soul of the Night: How do you get people interested in the night sky when they can't see it?
O'Meara, S. J.
Seeking the Elusive Gegenschein To see this ghostly glow of the midautumn night, you must set your telescopes and binoculars aside
O Meara, S. J.
Science, Scholarship, and Bethlehem's Starry Night
Adair, A. M.
Scale Modelling of Nocturnal Cooling in Urban Parks
Oke, T. R.; Spronken-Smith, R. A.
Saving the Night Sky
SKYLINE2GPS: Localization in urban canyons using omni-skylines
Ramalingam, S; Bouaziz, S; Sturm, P
Revealed! The Secret Films of Astrophotographers: The best 35-millimeter films for shooting the night sky are no longer the secret property of a select few
Rambling Through the Skies: Driving at Night
Quantitative Evaluation of Water Deposited By Dew on Monuments
Camuffo, Dario; Giorio, Roberta
Outer Planets in 2002 Uranus and Neptune can be spotted in binoculars on any clear night during the rest of this year. Here's where to find them
Sinnott, R. W.
Outer Planets in 2001 Here's how to locate Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto on any night during the rest of the year
Outdoor Lighting Ordinances: Tools to Preserve the Night Sky
Davis, D. R.; International Astronomical Union; United Nations
Optics detection performance analysis and line light source design on sky-screen
Li, Hanshan; Lei, Zhiyong
Once and Future Celestial Kings: Blazing Sirius is the brightest star in the night sky
On the optimal characteristics of the multichannel imaging camera for TeV gamma ray observations
Yu L Zyskin; A A Stepanian; A P Kornienko
Numerical Modelling of Urban Heat-Island Intensity
Atkinson, B. W.
Night Sky Radiometric Measurements during Follow-on-Evaluation Testing of AN/PVS-7 (A, B) at Fort Benning, Georgia
Stefanik, R. J.; Center for Night Vision and Electro-Optics, Fort Belvoir, VA
Night Sky Brightness and Colour at Different Zenith Distances at Abu-Simbel Site
Nawar, S.; Morcos, A.B.; Mikhail, J.S.
Night Sky Brightness and Atmospheric Extinction at Kottamia Observatory Site
Near-infrared sky background fluctuations at mid- and low latitudes
Clairemidi, J.; Chau, J.L.; Monnet, G.
Moving Pictures: Use your digital SLR camera to create high-definition time-lapse movies of the night sky
Comolli, L.; Gambaro, A.
Moonlight Without The Moon
Elvidge, Christopher D.; Falchi, Fabio; Cinzano, Pierantonio
Memorable Observing Experiences: Tales from the trenches of amateur astronomy - cosmic critters, a - 100 comet discovery, and a perfect night on Mauna Kea
Longfellow: Voice of the Night Nineteenth-century poet and writer Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was a lover of nature and the night sky, and his works reflect this passion
O Meara, S. J.
Long-term measurements of night sky illuminance
Dostál, František; Sokanský, Karel; Novák, Tomáš
Light pollution, radio interference, and space debris : proceedings
IAU Commission 50 "The Identification and Protection of Existing and Potential Observatory Sites", International Astronomical Union; IAU Commission 21 "Light of the Night Sky", International Astronomical Union
Inferences from the dark sky: Olbers’ paradox revisited
Mauro Arpino; Fabio Scardigli
Improvement of lane marks extraction technique under different road conditions
King Hann Lim,; Kah Phooi Seng,; Li-Minn Ang,
Identifying Nonstationarity in Turbulence Series
Andreas, Edgar; Treviño, George; Claffey, Kerry
IBEX Backgrounds and Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Allegrini, F.; Hertzberg, E.; Fuselier, S.
Harbour seals ( Phoca vitulina ) can steer by the stars
Dehnhardt, Guido; Gläser, Nele; Schlosser, Wolfhard
Global Monitoring of the Night Sky Brightness by Satellites and the State of the Night Sky in Chile
Cinzano, P.; Falchi, F.; Elvidge, C. D.
Following the Stars: Photographing the night sky with your DSLR is a breeze with the AstroTrac TT320 Mount
Flowers of the Night Sky
Factors regulating the breeding and foraging activity of a tropical opisthobranch
Mercier, Annie; Hamel, Jean-François
Eye on the Sky A Walk in the Night - Part 2
O Meara, S. J.
Eye on the Sky A Walk in the Night - Part 1
Estimates of the Chemical Budget for Ozone at Waliguan Observatory
Tang, Jie; Ma, Jianzhong; Zhang, Xiaoshan
Earth and Sky United An international team of photographers uses the night sky to inspire worldwide oneness
Tafreshi, B.A.; Simmons, M.
ELISA: A small balloon Experiment for a Large Scale Survey in the Sub-millimeter
Meny, C.; Stepnik, B.; Giard, M.
Diurnal temperature fluctuations in an artificial small shallow water body
Heusinkveld, Bert; Kraai, Aline; Jacobs, Adrie
Development of measuring instruments for long-term measurement of low level illuminances and luminances
Sokanský, Karel; Závada, Petr; Novák, Tomáš
Deep-Sky Notebook Night of the Dolphin
Darkness at night
Crude Limits on Prior and Prompt Optical Emission from GRBs from CONCAMs of the Night Sky Live Global Network
Cordell, Daniel; Perez-Ramirez, Dolores; Nemiroff, Robert J.
Characteristics of radiative heat transfer in the atmospheric surface layer from the results of direct measurements
Privalov, V.; Eliseev, A.
Celestial Calendar A Late-Night Jupiter Occultation
Canopy compass in nocturnal homing of the subsocial shield bug, Parastrachia japonensis (Heteroptera: Parastrachiidae)
Hariyama, Takahiko; Hironaka, Mantaro; Filippi, Lisa
Astronomy Online: Exploring Earth at Night
Goldman, S. J.
Anomalous Molecular Rotation and the Temperature of the Upper Atmosphere
Branscomb, Lewis M.
An update on Archeops: flights and data products
Delabrouille, Jacques; Filliatre, Philippe
Ambient Lighting Simulation for Human - Vehicle Integration Purposes: The Alenia Aeronautica Sky Light Simulator
Russo, A.; Fabbri, M.; North Atlantic Treaty Organization
A new approach to the night sky
Fienberg, R. T.
A global network observation of night sky brightness in Japan: Method and results
Kosai, H.; Isobe, S.; Nakayama, Y.
A Time-Varying Radiometric Bias Correction for the TRMM Microwave Imager
Gopalan, K.; Jones, W.L.; Biswas, S.
A Selection of Bino-Mounts. Viewing the night sky with binoculars can be a pain in the neck - literally! Here are some solutions from ingenious readers
A Rapid-Response Gamma-Ray Burst Afterglow Observing Program at Etelman Observatory in the US Virgin Islands
Hartmann, Dieter; Hakkila, Jon; Andresian-Thomas, Noretta
A Minimalist Travelscope: Away from home, this small, lightweight telescope can be the difference between a night of observing and a night in front of the television
A Magnetic Star-Finding Machine: Night Navigator does a simple job in a high-tech way
MacRobert, A. M.
A Bump in the Night: Thirty years ago, an accidental discovery forever changed how we think about far-flung Pluto
A Blizzard of Asteroids: On any clear night you can see scores of minor planets with a small telescope. Here's how
Sinnott, R. W.
21st Century Green Power Rises from Early ElectricRailway—Part 2 [History]
Besha, James A
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