Table of contents for Astronomy and astrophysics in Spain (1850-1914) / edited by Pedro Ruiz-Castell.


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Chapter One................................. . ... ...... ....................   1
Structure and methodology
1.1. Structure
1.2. Methodology
Part I
The development of astronomy in Spain: institutions and individuals
Chapter Two ..................................... ............ ................  6
Spain in the nineteenth century
2.1. Astronomy and the State
2.2. Nineteenth-century Spain
2.3. Restoration Spain and the end of century crisis
2.4. Science and industry in Restoration Spain
2.5. Astronomy in Spain by the turn of the century
C hapter  T hree  ......................................................................... .............  30
The Observatory of Madrid
3.1. Astronomy in the early nineteenth century
3.2. Reorganisation of the Observatory
3.3. The beginnings of the twentieth century
Chapter Four...................................    ........................ 48
Private astronomers and the origins of new astronomical institutions
4.1. Introduction
4.2. The new generation of Spanish astronomers
4.3. The influence of French astronomy
4.4. From amateurs to professionals
4.5. The evolution of astronomy in Catalonia and Spain
Chapter Five ................. ............................................. 68
Astronomy and religion
5.1. Jesuits in the history of astronomy
5.2. The Ebro Observatory
5.3. The Cartuja Observatory
5.4. Atheism and agnosticism versus religious scientists
C hapter  Six  ....................................... .... . ....... .......................  89
Ignacio Tarazona and the foundation of university observatories in the
twentieth century
6.1. Astronomical university observatories in the international context
6.2. Early attempts in Spain
6.3. The astronomical observatory of the University of Barcelona
6.4. The astronomical observatory of the University of Valencia
6.5. University, politics, and research
Part II
Astronomy in the field: Spain and the total solar eclipses
Chapter Seven...............................       ......... 110
Astronomy and astrophysics in the nineteenth and early twentieth
centuries
7.1. Popular and amateur astronomy
7.2. Solar physics and the rise of astrophysics
7.3. Solar eclipses
7.4. Solar eclipses in Spain
Chapter  Eight................................... ........... ... 126
The total solar eclipse of 1900
8.1. Foreign eclipse expeditions
8.2. The Solar Physics Observatory eclipse expedition
8.3. The Scottish expedition from the Royal Society of Edinburgh
8.4. The French expedition from the Observatory of Meudon
8.5. The eclipse expedition of the Observatory of Madrid
8.6. The mystery of"coronium"
8.7. Spanish observations of the green coronal line
8.8. Other Spanish observations of the eclipse of 1900
8.9. Local versus foreign astronomy
Chapter Nine.......................... ....... ..................... 161
The total solar eclipse of 1905
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Foreign astronomical research
9.3. Am&rican eclipse expeditions to Spain
9.4. British eclipse expeditions to Spain
9.5. French eclipse expeditions to Spain
9.6. Other foreign expeditions
9.7. Spanish amateur research
9.8. Jesuit expeditions for the eclipse of 1905
9.9. Other Spanish research
9.10. Solar eclipses and the development of aeronautics
9.11. Local versus foreign astronomy
Chapter Ten  .................................................... .......... 212
Social aspects of eclipse expeditions
10.1. Introduction
10.2. Eclipses and tourism
10.3. Eclipses and business
10.4. The social impact of eclipse expeditions in Spain
10.5. Astronomy and gender in eclipse expeditions
10.6. The visit of Camille Flammarion in 1900
Chapter Eleven ....................................... 248
The solar eclipses of 1912 and 1914
11.1. Introduction
11.2. The eclipse of 1912
11.3. The eclipse of 1914
11.4. Spanish newspapers and the eclipses of 1912 and 1914
11.5. Epilogue
Conclusion  ........................... .................. .......... ............ 265
Bibliography  ............................................. ......................... 268
Intro ...... ........................................ 305



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Astronomy Spain History 19th century, Astronomy Spain History 20th century, Astrophysics Spain History 19th century, Astrophysics Spain History 20th century