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star atlas for students and observers

Richard A. Proctor

star atlas for students and observers

showing 6000 stars and 1500 double stars, nebulae, &c. in twelve maps on the equidistant projection : with index maps on the stereographic projection

by Richard A. Proctor

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Published by Longmans, Green in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stars -- Atlases.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard A. Proctor.
    ContributionsEspin, T. E.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19769004M

    There is this Aavso Variable Star Atlas, in my time (a while back) that was a standard work for variable star observers. Now I do not find any reference to this atlas on the Aavso website, and when I do a search on Amazon I only get referred to used volumes in . About this book. This atlas presents star charts and information for all who observe the night sky with small telescope, binoculars or the unaided eye, emphasizing constellations and interesting objects. This third edition offers 32 new pages with images of nebulae, an updated sky calendar for the next 20 years, double star ephemerides.

      Praise for the landmark 20th edition of the classic star atlas "Once in a blue moon a book appears to dramatically and forever change its subject; in short, the work becomes an indispensable resource for generations. Norton's Star Atlas is such a work." ―Leif J. Robinson, Editor Emeritus,Sky & Telescope (from the Foreword)Reviews: My scopes range from 3" to ", this book is great for all of them. Jan Update: Having shifted heavily to astrophotography, I find Sky & Telescope's little Star Atlas to be a more effective field reference. Karkoschka's book is mainly for the visual astronomer as it leaves out some of the more desirable DSO's for photography.

    An atlas is a book of maps. It may be a road atlas, showing highways and roads, or it might be a thematic atlas, showing maps about climate, migration, stars, food, and other topics. Uranometria is a star atlas for dedicated observers. Its two-page star charts show more than , stars down to magnitude Its two-page star .


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Star atlas for students and observers by Richard A. Proctor Download PDF EPUB FB2

A star atlas for students and observers, showing stars and double stars, nebulae, &c. in twelve maps on the equidistant projection: with index maps on the stereographic projection [Richard A. Proctor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of California Libraries.

A star atlas for students and observers, showing stars and double stars, nebulae, &c. in twelve maps on the equidistant projection: with index maps on the stereographic projection by Proctor, Richard A. (Richard Anthony), ; Espin, Thomas Henry Espinell Compton, Pages: A star atlas for students and observers, showing stars and double stars, nebulae, &c.

in twelve maps on the equidistant projection: with index maps on the stereographic projection by Richard A. Proctor,Longmans, Green, and co. edition, - Author: Richard A. Proctor.

A star atlas: for students and observers, showing stars and double stars, nebulae, &c., in twelve maps on the equidistant projection; with index maps on the stereographic projection by Proctor, Richard A. (Richard Anthony), Pages: A star atlas for students and observers, showing stars and double stars, nebulae, &c.

in twelve maps on the equidistant projection: Proctor, Richard Anthony Espin, Thomas Henry Espinell ComptonAuthor: Richard Anthony Proctor, Thomas Henry Espinell Compton Espin. Praise for the landmark 20th edition of the classic star atlas "Once in a blue moon a book appears to dramatically and forever change its subject; in short, the work becomes an indispensable resource for generations.

Norton's Star Atlas is such a work." —Leif J. Robinson, Editor Emeritus,Sky & Telescope (from the Foreword)Reviews: This classic star atlas is ideal for both beginning astronomers and more experienced observers worldwide. The clear, full-color maps show stars, clusters and galaxies visible with binoculars or a small telescope.

The atlas also features constellation boundaries and the Milky Way, and lists objects that are interesting to s:   Millennium Star Atlas (Out of Print) by Roger W. Sinnott and Michael A.C. Perryman charts, February Level: Advanced. Description: Hailed as the definitive reference set, the Millennium Star Atlas features 1, sky charts based on the European Space Agency's landmark Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogues.

Detailed, comprehensive, and. Star Atlas. Interactive star map of the night sky. Find stars and planets with this free star map of the night sky. See the current sky tonight or any date and location in the best online planetarium. Page 1 of 3 - Best star atlas / map.

- posted in Beginners Forum (No astrophotography here - please read the forum description): Although my scope has GoTo, Im trying to move by knowledge past the lets try for random objects in the controller database and see which ones arent underground or behind my neighbours house approach.

I have Terence Dickinsons excellent book. The oldest atlas on my list is Norton’s Star Atlas and Reference Handbook. The first edition dates toand inBenjamin Cummings Publishing released the 20th edition. A star atlas and reference handbook (epoch ) for students and amateurs, covering the whole star sphere, and showing over stars, nebulae, and clusters; with short descriptive lists of objects suitable for small telescopes; notes on planets, star nomenclature.

Observers' manuals: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Norton, Arthur P. (Arthur Philip). Star atlas and reference handbook (epoch ) for students and amateurs.

Edinburgh, Gall and Inglis, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arthur P Norton; J Gall Inglis. The atlas portion of this hardbound book contains sixteen 8" by 11" star charts covering the entire sky, ploting 8, stars down to magnitude (most of the "naked-eye" stars), along with of the best deep-sky objects.

The stars are plotted as black dots of varying size on a white background, which makes for easier reading in dim light. Printable Deep Sky Atlases. Free, printable sky maps in PDF format, designed for a practical field use by deep sky observers. "Deep Sky Hunter" is a large, comprehensive atlas (A3, maps) and the earlier release "TheSky" is an older, lighter version (A4, 80 maps).

Star atlas for students and observers, showing stars and double stars, nebulae, &c. in twelve maps on the equidistant projection: with index maps on the stereographic projection.

London, New York Longmans, Green, and Co., (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.

Norton’s Star Atlas and Reference Handbook, 20 th ed. ($ used from ). Originally published inthis is the basic star atlas created by British schoolteach er A. Norton () that most of today’s observers such as David Levy used to learn the night sky as youngsters. The Observer's Sky Atlas is a wonderful little atlas in concept and, for the most part, in execution.

The book was written by a professional planetary astronomer and offers useful star charts on odd numbered pages and tables of information on the even numbered facing pages about the objects shown on the s: Type of Resource: Handbooks Description: This is considered to be the most famous star atlas in the world - known by generations of amateur astronomers as simply "Nortons".

It is designed to be a leading reference handbook for astronomers. The handbook has been revised and redesigned by a team of astronomers, bringing the information fully up-to-date and reflecting /5(4).

A star atlas for students and observers, showing stars and double stars, nebulae, &c. in twelve maps on the equidistant projection: with index maps on the stereographic projection.

By Richard A. (Richard Anthony) Proctor and. Deep-Sky Hunter Star Atlas "Deep Sky hunter" is a printable deep sky atlas designed for serious deep sky observers. It features stars down to magnitude and DSO down to magnitude 14 plotted on A3 charts which cover the entire sky.

Manual post-editing was performed in order to ensure non-cluttered charts with readable labels. The basic concept of the Great Atlas of the Stars is similar to another wonderful book, The Photographic Atlas of the Stars by Sir Arnold Wolfendale. The Photographic Atlas of the Stars includes almost all constellations, has a much more complete catalogue of objects and more detailed star charts.With short descriptive lists of objects suitable for small telescopes.

(). This book, A star atlas and telescopic handbook, by Arthur Philip Norton, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.