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See It with a Small Telescope

101 Cosmic Wonders Including Planets, Moons, Comets, Galaxies, Nebulae, Star Clusters and More

Author: Will Kalif

Publisher: Ulysses Press

ISBN: 1612437745

Category: Nature

Page: N.A

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Have Fun Exploring the Stars with Close-up Views of Space Objects Right from Your Own Backyard Take the mystery and struggle out of discovering new worlds. With hands-on tips, tricks and instructions, this book allows you to unleash the full power of your small telescope and view amazing space objects right from your own backyard, including: • Saturn’s Rings • Jupiter’s Moons • Apollo 11's Landing Site • Orion Nebula • Andromeda Galaxy • Polaris Double Star • Pegasus Globular Cluster • And much, much more!

Sternegucken für Dummies

Author: Steve Owens

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 3527710809

Category:

Page: 327

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Observing the Messier Objects with a Small Telescope

In the Footsteps of a Great Observer

Author: Philip Pugh

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387853574

Category: Science

Page: 387

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Observing the Messier Objects with a Small Telescope contains descriptions and photographs of the 103 Messier objects, with instructions on how to find them without a computerized telescope or even setting circles. The photographs show how the objects appear through a 127mm Maksutov (and other instruments, where applicable). The visual appearance of a Messier object is often very different from what can be imaged with the same telescope, and a special feature of this book is that it shows what you can see with a small telescope. It will also contain binocular descriptions of some objects. Messier published the final version of his catalog in 1781 (it contains 103 different objects), a catalog so good that it is still in common use today, well over two centuries later. In making a catalog of all the 'fixed' deep-sky objects that observers might confuse with comets, Messier had succeeded in listing all the major interesting deep-sky objects that today are targets for amateur astronomers. Messier's telescope (thought to be a 4-inch) was, by today's amateur standards, small. It also had rather poor optics by modern standards. Thus - and despite the fact that he was a master observer - all the things Messier saw can be found and observed by any observer using a commercial 127 mm (5-inch) telescope. Observing the Messier Objects with a Small Telescope lets the reader follow in Messier's footsteps by observing the Messier objects more or less as the great man saw them himself!

Turn Left at Orion

A Hundred Night Sky Objects to See in a Small Telescope - and How to Find Them

Author: Guy Consolmagno,Dan M. Davis

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139457507

Category: Science

Page: N.A

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A guidebook for beginning amateur astronomers, Turn Left at Orion provides all the information you need to observe the Moon, the planets and a whole host of celestial objects. Large format diagrams show these objects exactly as they appear in a small telescope and for each object there is information on the current state of our astronomical knowledge. Revised and updated, this new edition contains a chapter describing spectacular deep sky objects visible from the southern hemisphere, and tips on observing the upcoming transits of Venus. It also includes a discussion of Dobsonian telescopes, with hints on using personal computers and the internet as aids for planning an observing session. Unlike many guides to the night sky, this book is specifically written for observers using small telescopes. Clear and easy-to-use, this fascinating book will appeal to skywatchers of all ages and backgrounds. No previous knowledge of astronomy is needed.

50 Things to See with a Small Telescope (Southern Hemisphere Edition)

Author: John A Read

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780999034644

Category: Nature

Page: 78

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This special edition has been designed specifically for aspiring astronomers living south of the equator. This book explores the planets, stars, galaxies and nebulae observable from the southern hemisphere. Not only does this book illustrate how to observe, it also shows how each object appears through a small telescope!

Astronomy with a small telescope

Author: James Muirden

Publisher: Prentice Hall Direct

ISBN: N.A

Category: Science

Page: 224

View: 1171

A compact instructive guide to what one can see in the sky using a telescope.

Seeing Stars

The Night Sky Through Small Telescopes

Author: C. R. Kitchin,Robert W. Forrest

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1447106210

Category: Science

Page: 186

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This essential and highly-illustrated guide is for anyone taking their first steps in observational astronomy. It shows what you can expect to see, helping you get the most from your equipment. This unique book gives amateurs the guidance and assurance they need to become more proficient observers.

Astronomie für Dummies

Author: Stephen P. Maran

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 3527687459

Category: Science

Page: 344

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Finden auch Sie die Weiten des Kosmos faszinierend und fragen sich, wie Wissenschaftler so viel über Objekte in unerreichbarer Ferne wissen können? "Astronomie für Dummies" bringt Ihnen die Weiten des Universums näher: Erkunden Sie unser Sonnensystem, ferne Galaxien und die Milchstraße. Lesen Sie wie in einem Krimi von schwarzen Löchern, dem Asteroidengürtel und der Entstehung des Universums. Außerdem gibt Stephen Maran viele Tipps zur richtigen Ausrüstung eines Astronomen. So können Sie schon bald selbst nach den Sternen greifen.

Astronomie

Author: Ian Ridpath

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783831009930

Category:

Page: 300

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Reich bebilderte und illustrierte Einführung in die Astronomie. Etwas Geschichte, dann das Universum (Struktur, Entstehung und weitere Entwicklung), Sterne und Galaxien, Sonnensystem, Orientierung am Himmel, kleine Anleitung zur Himmelsbeobachtung, Fernrohre und deren Montage, Hinweise zur Astrofotografie. Weiter auf kleinen Kartenausschnitten die 88 Sternbilder nebst kurzer Beschreibung auch ihres Umfeldes, Monatskarten des nördlichen und südlichen Sternhimmels. Ansprechend und preiswert, ansprechend auch für Jugendliche, gutes Bildmaterial (z.T. etwas klein, aber immer sehr deutlich), vorwiegend für visuell orientierte Leser. Empfohlen zur Bestandsergänzung, nicht dringend notwendig, wenn schon Titel vorhanden sind wie z.B. Adriana Rigutti (BA 12/04), Mark Emmerich (BA 4/05), Mark A. Garlick (BA 6/05) oder Margaret Penston (BA 10/05). (2)

Exploring the Moon Through Binoculars and Small Telescopes

Author: Ernest H. Cherrington

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486150771

Category: Science

Page: 240

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DIVInformative, profusely illustrated guide to locating and identifying craters, rills, seas, mountains, other lunar features. Newly revised and updated with special section of new photos. Over 100 photos and diagrams. /div

Indiana StarWatch

Author: Mike Lynch

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781610604130

Category:

Page: N.A

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Herschel 400 Observing Guide

Author: Steve O'Meara

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521858939

Category: Science

Page: 370

View: 7555

Steve O'Meara's guide to the Herschel 400 for amateur astronomers.

Atlas der Messier-Objekte

die Glanzlichter des Deep-Sky

Author: Ronald Stoyan,Susanne Friedrich,Stefan Binnewies

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783938469071

Category:

Page: 368

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The Herschel Objects and How to Observe Them

Author: James Mullaney

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387681248

Category: Science

Page: 167

View: 9430

Amateur astronomers are always on the lookout for new observing challenges. This exciting book retraces the steps of the greatest visual observer and celestial explorer who ever lived. This is a practical guide to locating and viewing the most impressive of Herschel’s star clusters, nebulae and galaxies, cataloging more than 600 of the brightest objects, and offering detailed descriptions and images of 150 to 200 of the best.

Setting-Up a Small Observatory: From Concept to Construction

Author: David Arditti

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387686215

Category: Science

Page: 235

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Arditti’s approachable work covers the all the details of design, siting and construction – once a basic type has been decided upon. It is written in a way that is equally applicable to the USA and UK (where there are slightly different building regulations) and deals with matters that are basic to building and commissioning any amateur observatory. Uniquely, David Arditti also considers the aesthetics of amateur observatories – fitting them in with family and neighbors, and maybe disguising them as more common garden buildings if necessary. Every amateur astronomer who wants a purpose-built observatory (and let’s face it, which one of them doesn’t?) will find this book invaluable.

English Mechanic and World of Science

With which are Incorporated "the Mechanic", "Scientific Opinion," and the "British and Foreign Mechanic."

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Industrial arts

Page: N.A

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Astronomy with Small Telescopes

Up to 5-inch, 125 Mm

Author: Stephen F. Tonkin,Patrick Moore

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781852336295

Category: Science

Page: 157

View: 8326

This title from "Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series" guides fledglingastronomers and star gazers to viewing the heavens with small telescopes.

Bildatlas der Galaxien

Die Astrophysik hinter den Astrofotografien

Author: Stefan Binnewies

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783440150450

Category:

Page: 400

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Video Astronomy on the Go

Using Video Cameras With Small Telescopes

Author: Joseph Ashley

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319469371

Category: Science

Page: 205

View: 565

Author Joseph Ashley explains video astronomy's many benefits in this comprehensive reference guide for amateurs. Video astronomy offers a wonderful way to see objects in far greater detail than is possible through an eyepiece, and the ability to use the modern, entry-level video camera to image deep space objects is a wonderful development for urban astronomers in particular, as it helps sidestep the issue of light pollution. The author addresses both the positive attributes of these cameras for deep space imaging as well as the limitations, such as amp glow. The equipment needed for imaging as well as how it is configured is identified with hook-up diagrams and photographs. Imaging techniques are discussed together with image processing (stacking and image enhancement). Video astronomy has evolved to offer great results and great ease of use, and both novices and more experienced amateurs can use this book to find the set-up that works best for them. Flexible and portable, they open up a whole new way of seeing space.

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