Millennium Star Atlas: An All-Sky Atlas Comprising One Million Stars to Visual Magnitude Eleven from the Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogues and Ten Thousand Nonstellar Objects ePub download
by Roger W. Sinnott,Michael A. C. Perryman
- ISBN: 0933346840
- ISBN13: 978-0933346840
- ePub: 1412 kb | FB2: 1651 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Atlases & Maps
- Publisher: Sky Pub Corp; 3 volume slipcased set edition (November 1, 1997)
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 458
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Write the headline: someone in the star atlas business actually gets the message.
I hope this fine atlas will come back in print, although I can see why it won't. Each of the three volumes covers one gore (strip of sky from pole to pole) of 8 hours of right ascension. Write the headline: someone in the star atlas business actually gets the message. Sequencing charts in ascending right ascension is backwards.
Millennium Star Atlas book. 0933346824 (ISBN13: 9780933346826).
The Millennium Star Atlas is a remarkable map of the celestial sphere, undertaken by Sky Publishing Corporation in collaboration with the European Space Agency and the Hipparcos scientific community.
Three volumes with slipcase.
Millennium star atlas Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Millennium star atlas from your list? Millennium star atlas. Published 1997 by Sky in Cambridge, MA. Written in English.
The Millennium Star Atlas Softcover E. Feb 2006 by Roger W. Sinnott & Michael . This 10 map atlas of the night sky is drawn by Wil Tirion and us based upon the Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogs with a stellar limiting magnitude of . Opposite each full page map Brian Skiff of the Lowell Observatory has prepared a tabular listing of interesting objects visible in binoculars or small telescopes.
Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogues and Ten Thousand Nonstellar Objects by Roger W. Sinnott, Michael .
Perryman PDF, ePub eBook D0wnl0ad.
The Millennium Star Atlas was constructed as a collaboration between a team at Sky & Telescope led by Roger Sinnott, and the European Space Agency's Hipparcos project, led by Michael Perryman. This 1997 work was the first sky atlas to include the Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogue data, extending earlier undertakings in terms of completeness and uniformity to a magnitude limit of around 10–11 magnitude. It appeared as a stand-alone publication, and as three volumes of the 17-volume Hipparcos Catalogue.
a team at Sky & Telescope led by Roger Sinnott, and the European Space Agency's Hipparcos project, led by Michael Perryman. Gaia (spacecraft) Parallax Proper motion Tycho-2 Catalogue Astrometry.