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e-Book Objects in the Heavens download

e-Book Objects in the Heavens download

by Naoyuki Kurita,Peter Birren

ISBN: 155369662X
ISBN13: 978-1553696629
Language: English
Publisher: Trafford Publishing; 3rd edition (July 12, 2002)
Category: Astronomy and Space Science
Subategory: Math Science

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Rating: 4.7
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Peter Birren (Author), Naoyuki Kurita (Photographer). Objects In The Heavens was a bit of a disappointment for me. It seemed like a glorified notebook, and the charts and illustrations did not look as professional as in other similar publications.

Peter Birren (Author), Naoyuki Kurita (Photographer). ISBN-13: 978-1553696629. There were no lunar illustrations showing lunar details and names, for such entities as craters and maria.

Objects in the Heavens book. Peter Birren, Naoyuki Kurita (Photographer). Objects in the Heavens brings together all deep-sky objects of mag. Objects in the Heavens brings together all deep-sky objects of mag 10 or less in a format that's convenient for use at-the-scope.

objects in the heavens. by peter birren It is a nice, neatly organized book. i see it has northern objects to mag 10. anyone own this book ? would be wondering if it would compliment my sky&telescope pocket atlas. mag 10 is about my best from my home light polluted site, so this may serve well. It is a nice, neatly organized book. It has places for you to check off the objects it contains as you see them.

NEW deep-sky field book for amateur astronomers. Thank you for considering OITH for your library.

Objects within the Heavens brings jointly all deep-sky items of magazine 10 or. .Objects within the Heavens - through Peter Birren OITHv5.

Objects within the Heavens brings jointly all deep-sky items of magazine 10 or much less in a layout that is handy to be used at-the-scope. every kind of galaxies, clusters and nebulae have been culled from each to be had catalog, equipped and cross-referenced for ease of use on the viewing web site. 1 is on the market as of October 1, 2011 during the author's site.

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Objects in the Heavens brings together all deep-sky objects of mag 10 or less in a format that's convenient for use at-the-scope. Pocket-size astronomy field guide features all known deep-sky objects for telescope and binocular observation. All types of galaxies, clusters and nebulae were culled from every available catalog, organized and cross-referenced for ease of use at the viewing site. Object-oriented maps include special symbols to aid in identifying objects, stars, double stars and asterisms whether using a telescope or binoculars. Simple enough for the beginner; detailed for the advanced. The digest-sized, spiral bound 5th Edition features 717 mag-10 or brighter deep-sky objects (not including 74 at >mag-10.5) viewable from the northern hemisphere, all with 1.2011 location data. Those objects of mag 7 and brighter - 189 ''city'' objects - are specially highlighted in the lists and in the 70 maps. Astronomical details are in ''expanded shorthand'' and set large for reading by flashlight. Newly included in the 5th Edition is a 7-page section for viewing the Moon through its daily phases, 160 double/multiple stars and brief constellation grouping stories to present a bigger picture; these stories have proven helpful teaching the sky to kids of all ages. This multi-purpose guide is most convenient at the viewing site instead of carrying larger, bulkier books and computers, or as a companion to the larger sky atlases when planning a night's viewing. It's compact size makes it ideal for camping, hiking or in the car. Objects in the Heavens - by Peter Birren OITHv5.1 is available as of October 1, 2011 through the author's website. 128 pages; black coil; laminated covers; 5.5'' x 8.5'' US $24.95; 128 pages; ISBN: 978-1-55369-662-9
Comments:
Anazan
I just bought my first telescope, and bought this book and a few others to help me learn the night skies. This book doesn't get a whole lot of use yet, as it's not geared towards helping a beginner learn how to find/identify things (I have, "Star-Hopping: Your Visa to Viewing the Universe" and "Celestial Sampler: 60 Small-Scope Tours for Starlit Nights" for that), but once I become more familiar with the skies and more skilled at using my telescope, this book will be an invaluable aid. Brighter stars are depicted on charts as bigger dots, making them easier to spot. Also, objects of magnitude 7 and brighter have their own map icon, as do other objects to magnitude 10 and Messier objects to magnitude 10. It's small enough to put in my gadget bag, spiral-bound so it lays flat when opened to whatever page you're needing, and densely packed with information. Highly recommended.

Bremar
Perfect for the amateur astonomer

Xurad
Very well done reference guide. Dense, no nonsense, and designed for use on site. I really like how it is organized. Highly recommended for visual observers.

Oppebro
This is a great guide book, especially for users with small and intermediate scopes. The maps allow a quick review of objects of interest in the same area and the details (although brief) allow easy use with a scope not connected to a computer.

sunrise bird
Objects In The Heavens was a bit of a disappointment for me. It seemed like a glorified notebook, and the charts and illustrations did not look as professional as in other similar publications. There were no lunar illustrations showing lunar details and names, for such entities as craters and maria. I am sure it will be helpful to me in a number of regards, however, I was not impressed with what I got for the amount of money it cost, especially as compared to other similar guides and charts.

Ber
I have both the hardcopy and Kindle version. I'm pretty new at amateur astronomy but I intend to use this as a planning tool with ST3 to concentrate on targets per constellation. A book like this makes more sense to me as a newcomer than something like a true star atlas. It provides a list of must see objects while passing through.

Shak
This is a complete almanac for every astro amateur. Really all in one. It's my favourite guide book. Thank you Peter!

I enjoy the book.
Thank you,
Jorge

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