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How To Use An Astronomical Telescope
How To Use An Astronomical Telescope James Muirden 0671664042 9780671664046 Astronomy has never been a more popular pastime than it is today. The increased availability of less expensive, more powerful, and more sophisticated telescopes has given ris
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How To Use An Astronomical Telescope by James Muirden

Astronomy has never been a more popular pastime than it is today. The increased availability of less expensive, more powerful, and more sophisticated telescopes has given rise to a new generation of stargazers. And for these beginning astronomers here is the comprehensive book covering everything from the difficult task of selecting an instrument to the equally daunting choices that arise when a telescope is turned to the heavens.Renowned British astronomer and author James Muirden takes the fledgling astronomer by the hand in his new book, offering tips on:* the purchase, assembly, and orientation of your new telescope* how to observe and chart the Sun, Moon, planets, stars and comets* how to investigate the deep-sky objects -- clusters, nebulae, and other galaxies beyond the Milky WayThe final chapter, Windows into Space, explores ten carefully selected regions featuring noteworthy examples of double stars, galaxies, and nebulae, as well as more obscure objects seldom examined by astronomers.How to Use an Astronomical Telescopeoffers completely revised and updated location charts with detailed coordinates, tables, appendixes, and numerous illustrations and photographs, making it theessentialvolume for ones first exploration of the cosmos.

Author: James Muirden

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 400

Publisher: Touchstone

Publication Date: 1988-06-15

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