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Observing Handbook and Catalogue of Deep-Sky Objects (edition 1998)

by Christian B. Luginbuhl

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* A detailed and comprehensive guide to observing the deep sky * All descriptions meticulously researched and checked for this book * Information and descriptions for more than 2000 galaxies, nebulae and star clusters * Suitable for use with small telescopes * Helpful charts and advice on how to observe * Comprehensive catalogue included * Essential reference for telescope users and astrophotographers This is the most detailed guide to observing galaxies, clusters and nebulae available in a single volume. The objects included range from those visible in binoculars to faint galaxies requiring a 30 cm telescope. For most objects descriptions are given for a range of telescope apertures; the catalogue contains data not available elsewhere.… (more)
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* A detailed and comprehensive guide to observing the deep sky * All descriptions meticulously researched and checked for this book * Information and descriptions for more than 2000 galaxies, nebulae and star clusters * Suitable for use with small telescopes * Helpful charts and advice on how to observe * Comprehensive catalogue included * Essential reference for telescope users and astrophotographers This is the most detailed guide to observing galaxies, clusters and nebulae available in a single volume. The objects included range from those visible in binoculars to faint galaxies requiring a 30 cm telescope. For most objects descriptions are given for a range of telescope apertures; the catalogue contains data not available elsewhere.

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