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Summer stargazing : a practical guide for recreational astronomers (original 1996; udgave 1996)

af Terence Dickinson

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An abundantly illustrated guide to the year's best stargazing season. "Summer brings with it fine stargazing weather; it also happens to be the time of the year when our galaxy, the Milky Way, arches high across the sky." -- Terence Dickinson The cool, clear nights from May to October offer astronomers the best opportunities for stargazing. Few sights in nature can compare with the splendor of a dazzling star-filled sky. Summer Stargazing captures the grandeur of the universe with down-to-earth simplicity. All that is needed is a reasonably dark night sky, a pair of binoculars or a simple telescope, and this book. The book features everything else the amateur astronomer needs, including easy-to-use color star charts that cover the entire North American sky for one year and photographic-quality charts for this main stargazing season. With Summer Stargazing, astronomers can delve into the majesty of the starry night to explore: Planets of the Solar System Galaxies Remote star-forming nebulas Glittering star dusters and more. Helpful advice is given for safely viewing special phenomena such as eclipses and auroras. Summer Stargazing is both a stargazing guide and a pictorial celebration of the summer night sky.… (mere)
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Titel:Summer stargazing : a practical guide for recreational astronomers
Forfattere:Terence Dickinson
Info:Buffalo, NY : Firefly Books, c1996.
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Summer Stargazing: A Practical Guide for Recreational Astronomers af Terence Dickinson (1996)

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Granted...I picked this book up after the charts had already run out. I love stargazing and was hoping to get a little more insight into night photography and general gazing. I already have some excellent star books. This adds a little info but nothing any good stargazing book wouldn't already cover. If this is the first stargazing book you are picking up I think you will find it very good.
Unfortunately, the book is older. In the few times he mentions photography he is still using 35mm film :) He does list the lens that he uses. He said for some things you need at least 200mm but a lot of his pictures were taken with a 50mm which I was happy to find out because I have a nice 50mm lens but my 200mm lens is not as nice ;) ( )
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An abundantly illustrated guide to the year's best stargazing season. "Summer brings with it fine stargazing weather; it also happens to be the time of the year when our galaxy, the Milky Way, arches high across the sky." -- Terence Dickinson The cool, clear nights from May to October offer astronomers the best opportunities for stargazing. Few sights in nature can compare with the splendor of a dazzling star-filled sky. Summer Stargazing captures the grandeur of the universe with down-to-earth simplicity. All that is needed is a reasonably dark night sky, a pair of binoculars or a simple telescope, and this book. The book features everything else the amateur astronomer needs, including easy-to-use color star charts that cover the entire North American sky for one year and photographic-quality charts for this main stargazing season. With Summer Stargazing, astronomers can delve into the majesty of the starry night to explore: Planets of the Solar System Galaxies Remote star-forming nebulas Glittering star dusters and more. Helpful advice is given for safely viewing special phenomena such as eclipses and auroras. Summer Stargazing is both a stargazing guide and a pictorial celebration of the summer night sky.

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