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DAVID LEVY'S GUIDE TO THE NIGHT SKY

H. Levy David

Oprawa:
MIĘKKA

Wydawca:
Cambridge University Press

ISBN:
9780521797535

209,96 PLN
Wysyłamy w 35 dni

Opis produktu

Beginners who have just joined an astronomy club will not find a better first book.Beginners who have just joined an astronomy club or amateurs who wish to learn more about what can be accomplished with a small telescope will not find a better first book.Beginners who have just joined an astronomy club or amateurs who wish to learn more about what can be accomplished with a small telescope will not find a better first book.The perfect introduction for the novice astronomer this book stirs the imagination and puts observation in a framework of social activity and personal adventure. Written by an awardwinning astronomer it is a technical guide to the sky full of helpful practical hints. The authors lively style engages entertains and informs. Newcomers will learn how to enjoy the Moon planets comets meteors and distant galaxies observable through a small telescope. Levy describes the features of the Moon from night to night: how to observe constellations: how best to view the stars nebulae and galaxies: how to follow the planets on their annual trek among the constellations: how to map the sky: how to find a new comet: how to buy or even make a telescope: what to see in a month of lunar observations or a year of stellar observation: and much more.Foreword: Preface: Acknowledgements: Part I. Getting Started: 1. First night out: 2. Without a telescope: 3. Meteors: 4. Choosing a telescope: 5. Telescopes advanced: 6. Recording your observations: Part II. Moon Sun and Planets: 7. The moon: 8. Moon II: advanced observations: 9. The sun: 10. Jupiter: 11. Saturn: 12. Mars: 13. Five planets worth watching: Part III. Minor Bodies: 14. Asteroids: 15. Comets: Part IV. Deep Sky: 16. Double stars: 17. Variable stars: 18. TV corvi: a variable star adventure: 19. The deep sky: 20. Messier hunting: 21. The sky on film: 22. The electronic revolution part I: CCDs: 23. The electronic revolution part II: astrometry: Part V. Special Events: 24. Solar eclipses: 25. Lunar eclipses and occulations: Part Vi. A Miscellany: 26. Passing the torch: 27. The poets sky: 28. My favorite objects: Appendix: resources: Index. a very good read and is certainly value for money. Peter Mata SpaceflightI would unhesitatingly recommend it to the novice astronomer starting out or the advanced observer in need of some gentle encouragement. Neil English Astronomy Now essential reading when preparing for a night under the stars a book which should find a place on every astronomers shelf and in every astronomers heart. Astronomy & Space

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