Books The wonders of the heavens, being a popular view of astronomy, including a full illustration of the mechanism of the heavens; embracing the sun, moon, and stars, with descriptions of the planets, comets, fixed stars, double stars, the constellations, the galaxy, or milky-way, the zodiacal light, aurora borealis, or norhtern lights, meteors, clouds, falling stars, aërolites, &c.

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Title
The wonders of the heavens, being a popular view of astronomy, including a full illustration of the mechanism of the heavens; embracing the sun, moon, and stars, with descriptions of the planets, comets, fixed stars, double stars, the constellations, the galaxy, or milky-way, the zodiacal light, aurora borealis, or norhtern lights, meteors, clouds, falling stars, aërolites, &c.
Contributor Names
Bradford, Duncan.
Created / Published
Boston, American stationers company, 1837.
Subject Headings
-  Astronomy
Notes
-  Also available in digital form on the Internet Archive Web site.
Medium
1 p.l., viii, [9]-371 p. front., illus., plates, col. maps, diagrs. 34 x 28 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
QB44 .B79
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gdc/scd0001.00036390773
Library of Congress Control Number
04033322
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/04033322
Library of Congress Online Catalog
https://catalog.loc.gov/vwebv/search?searchCode=STNO&searchArg=04033322&searchType=1&recCount=10
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Chicago citation style:

Bradford, Duncan. The Wonders of the Heavens, Being a Popular View of Astronomy, Including a Full Illustration of the Mechanism of the Heavens; Embracing the Sun, Moon, and Stars, With Descriptions of the Planets, Comets, Fixed Stars, Double Stars, the Constellations, the Galaxy, or Milky-Way, the Zodiacal Light, Aurora Borealis, or Norhtern Lights, Meteors, Clouds, Falling Stars, Aërolites, &c. Boston, American stationers company, 1837. Book. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/04033322/. (Accessed December 03, 2016.)

APA citation style:

Bradford, D. (1837) The Wonders of the Heavens, Being a Popular View of Astronomy, Including a Full Illustration of the Mechanism of the Heavens; Embracing the Sun, Moon, and Stars, With Descriptions of the Planets, Comets, Fixed Stars, Double Stars, the Constellations, the Galaxy, or Milky-Way, the Zodiacal Light, Aurora Borealis, or Norhtern Lights, Meteors, Clouds, Falling Stars, Aërolites, &c. Boston, American stationers company. [Book] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/04033322/.

MLA citation style:

Bradford, Duncan. The Wonders of the Heavens, Being a Popular View of Astronomy, Including a Full Illustration of the Mechanism of the Heavens; Embracing the Sun, Moon, and Stars, With Descriptions of the Planets, Comets, Fixed Stars, Double Stars, the Constellations, the Galaxy, or Milky-Way, the Zodiacal Light, Aurora Borealis, or Norhtern Lights, Meteors, Clouds, Falling Stars, Aërolites, &c. Boston, American stationers company, 1837. Book. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/04033322/>.