Hidden Treasures (Deep-Sky Companions) ePub download
by Stephen James O'Meara
- ISBN: 1931559457
- ISBN13: 978-1931559454
- ePub: 1511 kb | FB2: 1336 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Astronomy & Space Science
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 2007; First Edition edition (2007)
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 943
- Format: mbr rtf doc azw
This particular volume, "Deep-Sky Companions : Hidden Treasures" also contains a bonus feature. Hidden Treasures by Stephen James O Meara is one of my primary reference books for my deep sky data base that I use for my observing sessions.
This particular volume, "Deep-Sky Companions : Hidden Treasures" also contains a bonus feature. a biography of Caroline Herschel in Appendix A written by : Barbara Wilson. Here, not only her history as an astronomer is revealed, but there is also a modern day discussion of the objects she discovered. Another book by O Meara along the same line is his The Secret Deep. Most of the entries are not what you may consider "showpieces", but for the somewhat experienced observer many are real gems on their own.
Stephen O'Meara's new and exciting observing guide spotlights an original selection of 109 deep-sky objects that will appeal to sky-watchers worldwide.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Deep-Sky Companions: Hidden Treasures. Stephen O'Meara's new and exciting observing guide spotlights an original selection of 109 deep-sky objects that will appeal to sky-watchers worldwide. Stunning photographs and beautiful drawings accompany finder charts and detailed visual descriptions of the objects, which include their rich histories and astrophysical significance.
Stephen James O'Meara. Hidden Treasures has simply left blank pages. Each book in the series has its strengths; the first Messier volume surpassing the previous comparable standard (Mallas & Kreimer's Messier Album) with the only exception of a lack of complete original catalog facsimiles. In addition there are several blank pages at the end of the book, ostensibly for the readers' observing notes (tho' any serious observer will write his/her observations in a log).
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Deep-Sky Companions series . Stephen James O'Meara has observed all 109 Caldwell objects and Deep Sky Companions.
Deep-Sky Companions series Deep-Sky Companions Hidden Treasures. 73 MB·4 Downloads·New!. Deep Sky Companions: The Messier Objects (Deep-Sky Companions). 07 MB·239 Downloads·New! If there were a canon for viewing the night sky, Charles Messier would be its author. Hidden Treasures in the Book of Job: How the Oldest Book in the Bible Answers Today’s Scientific. His 'hidden treasures' include a wonderful assortment of galaxies, open clusters, planetary nebulae and more, all of which have been carefully chosen based on their popularity and ease of observing.
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This book provides new and experienced observers with a fresh perspective on the Messier objects. Stephen James O'Meara has prepared a visual feast for the observer. If there were a canon for viewing the night sky, Charles Messier would be its author. The galaxies, star clusters, and nebulae cataloged by the famous comet hunter in the late 1700s are still the most widely observed celestial wonders in the heavens.
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O’Meara wants this book to be your companion – your personal guide to the Messiers. He’s your mentor, your coach, your docent, whose role is in sitting beside you at the scope to show you the wonders of the night sky. Or that’s the intent. consider the following: given the fact that O’Meara used a 4 scope to write this book, can you imagine a neophyte thinking that by using an 8 scope, they would (easily) be able to see all the details that O’Meara’s (extremely) experienced eyes can eek out through his 4. Amateurs need to recall a couple of keys. First, remember the tenants of real estate, for they apply in astronomy as well: location, location, location.