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Observing the Messier objects with a small telescope : in the footsteps of a great observer

Philip Pugh (Spinger Science, 2012)
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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.
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No. Panggil : e20424827
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Penerbitan : New York: Spinger Science, 2012
Sumber Pengatalogan LibUI eng rda
Tipe Konten text
Tipe Media computer
Tipe Carrier online resource
Deskripsi Fisik
Tautan http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-0-387-85357-4
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