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eBook Celestial Sampler: 60 Small-Scope Tours for Starlit Nights (Stargazing) epub

by Sue French

eBook Celestial Sampler: 60 Small-Scope Tours for Starlit Nights (Stargazing) epub
  • ISBN: 1931559287
  • Author: Sue French
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Astronomy & Space Science
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sky Publishing (May 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 170 pages
  • ePUB size: 1365 kb
  • FB2 size 1814 kb
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Celestial Sampler: 60 Small-Scope Tours for Starlit Nights (Stargazing) (Sue French).

Celestial Sampler: 60 Small-Scope Tours for Starlit Nights (Stargazing) (Sue French)

Most of the books for amateur astronomers are written for novice in this hobby. This one is written for those already having a telescope and looking for Deep Sky Objects for each month of the year. The hints are interesting and meaningful.

Paperback: 170 pages. Publisher: Sky Publishing (May 1, 2007). Most of the books for amateur astronomers are written for novice in this hobby. well written and useful Cons. Could be written in smaller format - better to use at the telescope during the night,. It does not include any objects seen from the Southern Hemisphere. Overall very good handbook for intermediate or advanced amateurs.

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Celestial Sampler 9. Introduction.

It started out as Small-Scope Sampler. For everything else, you can just enter the coordinates listed in the book's tables. Celestial Sampler 9. Welcome to the Night Sky So you have a small telescope, and you'd like to know what you can see with it? Enough to keep you busy for a lifetime.

Celestial Sampler book. With 60 Small Scope Sampler columns, you will be out and exploring the wonders if the night sky in no time

Celestial Sampler book. With 60 Small Scope Sampler columns, you will be out and exploring the wonders if the night sky in no time. Most of the objects are visible in a 4-inch telescope, making this full-color and easy-to-use book perfect for the backyard astronomer! Get A Copy.

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Product Description Sale. Star-Hopping for Backyard Astronomers.

Book by French, Sue. ISBN 13. 978-19-31559-28-7. Turn Left at Orion: Hundreds of Night Sky Objects to See in a Home Telescope - and How to Find Them.

It's a compilation of all 60 of Sue French's popular "Small-Scope Sampler" monthly observing . The book includes twelve all-sky star maps, one for each month of the year

It's a compilation of all 60 of Sue French's popular "Small-Scope Sampler" monthly observing columns from Sky & Telescope magazine, arranged by month through the observing year. It will introduce you to a wealth of deep-sky wonders, most of them visible in a 4" telescope under a moderately dark sky, and will start you on a small scope journey across the heavens that will entertain you for years to come. The book includes twelve all-sky star maps, one for each month of the year.

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Comments: (7)
Qumenalu
I like this a lot, but it is just a "sampler." It will give you a nice variety of targets to find throughout the year, so it's good for the casual viewer. However, I've found that it works best if backed up with a comprehensive star atlas. When I use them both together I get a lot more out of my viewing sessions.
Kalrajas
Great product with very detailed info about how to find objects in the night sky
Minha
As previous reviewers said, this is an excellent book. I like the fact that the maps and texts for each monthly article fit nicely on two pages. Descriptions of each object and how to get there are clearly explaied and extremely helpful. Both the beginner and the experienced observer will find this book useful in the field, as well as your favorite reading chair. Enjoy!
Alianyau
Most of the books for amateur astronomers are written for novice in this hobby. This one is written for those already having a telescope and looking for Deep Sky Objects for each month of the year. The hints are interesting and meaningful.
Pros.: well written and useful
Cons.: Could be written in smaller format - better to use at the telescope during the night,. It does not include any objects seen from the Southern Hemisphere.
Overall very good handbook for intermediate or advanced amateurs.
Uanabimo
I like the columns. I travel frequently. A comfortably sized easy guide for binoculars seemed the right thing.

When your child asks for a telescope, this would be one of the two books to accompany that first optical instrument.
Bort
Although I subscribe to Sky & Telescope magazine and therefore read the author's monthly "Deep-Sky Wonders" articles, I found that her book covers the celestial objects that I missed while not a subscriber. Her references to the use of variously-sized amateur telescopes and the degree-sized areas of the sky that they cover, is very helpful (some amateurs don't know how to use right ascension and declination circles), especially for binocular users. Highly recommended!
Budar
This is an excellent beginner's or intermediate's guide for astronomy.
It has very helpful star hopping information as well as information
about the stars/clusters, etc.
goodier
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