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Find a falling star [by] Harvey H. Nininger.
Harvey Harlow Nininger
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|Number of Pages||254|
Many of my friends really liked this book, so I feel somewhat uncomfortable in that I'm going to completely disagree with them on this book. First of all, I can't imagine that Falling Stars is anything but a loosely disguised 50/Twi-fic/5. Out of the sky: an introduction to meteoritics / H.H. Nininger; Find a falling star [by] Harvey H. Nininger. Introd. by Fred L. Whipple; Meteorites / by D.W.P. Corbett; Australian meteorites / by T. Hodge-Smith; Correlated petrographic, electron microprobe, and ion microprobe studies .
Born Conway Springs, Kansas, USA, 17 January Died Westminster, Colorado, USA, 1 March Harvey Nininger has been called the father of modern meteoritics. As an exceptionally successful meteorite hunter, Nininger collected specimens of meteorite falls not previously identified, of which only eight were actually seen to fall. He bought a copy of the book Find a Falling Star by Harvey H. Nininger, a self-taught scientist who founded the American Meteorite Museum in Tucson. Curry came to .
A meteorite is a solid piece of debris from an object, such as a comet, asteroid, or meteoroid, that originates in outer space and survives its passage through the atmosphere to reach the surface of a planet or the original object enters the atmosphere, various factors such as friction, pressure, and chemical interactions with the atmospheric gases cause it to heat up and radiate energy. Harvey Harlow Nininger (–), American meteorite collector, self-taught meteoriticist and educator, revived interest in the scientific study of meteorites in the s, and assembled the largest personal collection of meteorites up to that time. He founded the American Meteorite Museum, which was first located near Meteor Crater, Arizona (–53), then in Sedona, Arizona (–60).
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The story about Harvey Nininger's lifelong passion of collecting meteorites is fascinating and proof that a person can fulfill his goals in life if he has perseverance. This book should be a very interesting read for anyone interested in meteorites and starting out in meteorite hunting.
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The autobiography of Harvey Nininger, the true founder of the field of Meteoritics. He was the first man to ever live from collecting, studying, trading, and selling meteorites.
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Book Review: Find a falling star. Harvey H. Nininger, with Introduction by Dr. Fred L. Whipple. xii + pp., with 24 photographic reproductions, Glossary, and mixed Author: E.J. Öpik. FIND A FALLING STAR - BY H.
NININGER This auction is for an original copy of "Find A Falling Star", softbound, This out of print book is the autobiography of Harvey Nininger. The most successful meteorite hunter of all time. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nininger, Harvey Harlow, Find a falling star.
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A Incredibly Rare HH NININGER SIGNED Find a falling Star 1st Edition 1st printing hardcover book. This book is extremely hard to find SIGNED in a hard cover with the Original dust jacket. This book is hard to find period let alone signed By HH Nininger, the Father of Rating: % positive. Title: Find a Falling Star: Book Authors: Nininger, Harvey H.
Review Author: Cook, Allan F. Publication: Journal for the History of Astronomy, Vol. 6, p Source: Find a Falling Star by Harvey H. Nininger The Nininger Moments are articles or books written originally by Harvey Nininger and put into a consolidated form by Al Mitterling. Some of the items written in the moments might be old out dated material and the reader is advised to keep this in mind.
Find A Falling Star (), Harvey H. Nininger, Chapter 11 - Discovery (pp) "During the frequent meteorite-hunting excursions that Addie, Margaret and I made in the summer ofmy interest turned more to the dust and small particles of sand grain-size that continually collected on our magnets.
The Catalog of Colorado Meteorites, by Richard Pearl, ?, unpublished. Find a Falling Star, by Harvey H. Nininger, I have also been working on a bibliography of Richard Maxwell Pearl's books. Those interested in Colorado rocks and minerals May find it of interest as about half his writings are on the subject of geology in Colorado.
FIND A FALLING STAR. WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY DR. FRED L. WHIPPLE. by Harvey H. Nininger. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Pioneering meteorite hunter and scientist Harvey H. Nininger’s extraordinary life was recounted in his thrilling autobiography, Find a Falling Star — a must-read for all meteorite authored numerous other books, including Out of the Sky, Arizona’s Meteorite Crater, and Our Stone-Pelted Planet.
Nininger created the American Meteorite Laboratory, opened the worlds’s. The front of the coin bears the face of H.H. Nininger, as seen on the back cover of Nininger's book Find A Falling Star, uncontested as the scientist who brought meteoritics to the mainstream and leaving behind a legacy that is unmatched.
The reverse shows the famous American Meteorite Museum in Sedona as seen on page of Find A Falling Star.Book review Full text access Find a falling star: Harvey H. Nininger, with Introduction by Dr. Fred L.
Whipple. xii + pp., with 24 photographic reproductions, Glossary, and mixed Index. Paul S. Eriksson, Inc., New York, Hard cover with dust jacket carrying two paintings.
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