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Astronomical objects for southern telescopes,with an addendum for northern observatories

a hand-book for amateur observers.

by E. J. Hartung

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Published by Cambridge University Press in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination238p.,24cm
Number of Pages238
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21491587M
ISBN 100521052246
OCLC/WorldCa448625

The first museum dedicated to astronomy and astrophysics in the United States. Also has a telescope that the public can access for viewing of celestial objects on special occasions. 10 Dearborn Observatory, Tech Dr, Evanston, Illinois, ☏ +1 F 9PMPM. Microscopium / ˌ m aɪ k r ə ˈ s k ɒ p i əm / ("the Microscope") is a minor constellation in the southern celestial hemisphere, one of twelve created in the 18th century by French astronomer Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille and one of several depicting scientific instruments. The name is a Latinised form of the Greek word for stars are faint and hardly visible from most of the non Bordering constellations: Capricornus, .

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William Liller, Sky & Telescope. "No serious amateur astronomer in the southern hemisphere should be without Hartung's Astonomical Objects for Southern Telescopes It's the second edition of this book--northern hemisphere astronomers should buy it and be envious.".5/5(2).

Most amateur astronomy guides have been written by people living in the Northern Hemisphere, thus neglecting the wonderful objects available to Southern observers. We have access to the Magellanic Clouds, Carina, the best globular clusters, the center of the Milky Way, etc.5/5(2).

Title: Book-Review - Astronomical Objects for Southern Telescopes with an Addendum for Northern Telescopes: Authors: Hartung, E. J.; Moore, P. Publication: Journal of. Astronomical Objects for Southern Telescopes: With an Addendum for Northern Observatories - A Handbook for Amateur ObserversRead Here: ?book.

Astronomical Objects for Southern Telescopes: With an Addendum for Northern Observatories - A Handbook for Amateur Observers (Hardcover)by E. Hartung, Wenst Johannes Hartung This is a very nice observing book originally published in It's become a rare book and I've watched it's availability and price for over 6 years.

It’s strong points are found in the remaining 75% which consists of a list of more than a thousand objects visible in telescopes 30cm or smaller from declination +50 degrees to Thus the book describes many of the most interesting objects visible to southern hemisphere observers, as the title suggests.

From any place on planet Earth south of ◦ of latitude, this five objects never set, being thus what is known in astronomy as circumpolar objects. However, the summer months in the Southern Hemisphere (i.e. December, January, and February) is the optimum season to see them at their highest.

N44K is, undoubtely, a challenging object for an 8-inch telescope. At this magnification a hint of nebulosity seems to be present among the faint stars there. The view of N44C, N44B, and DEM L along with the association LH47 is interesting.

N44C and N44B appear very similar in. Many of the most spectacular astronomical objects are found in the southern skies. With this up-to-date, superbly illustrated handbook, both the amateur with binoculars and the expert with a telescope can make discoveries about new and interesting objects/5(2).

Many of the most spectacular astronomical objects are found in the southern skies. With this up-to-date, superbly illustrated handbook, both the amateur with binoculars and the expert with a telescope can make discoveries about new and interesting objects.

Professor E. Hartung first produced his comprehensive and highly respected guide in Directory of professional astronomical observatories. Find an observatory near you.

For orbiting telescopes, see Space Telescopes and the Space Launch Calendar. Also see the list of radio astronomy observatories. Many observatories are located near, or funded partially by, the Physics Department at major universities. making telescopes, and about ideas for different types of observatory, there is little concerning these specific issues.

Which is why we have been prompted to write this book. We have been involved in both designing and building small domed observatories since the early ‘70’s, not all of them personal projects we hasten to add,File Size: KB.

Astronomical observatories are structures containing telescopes and auxiliary instruments with which to observe celestial objects. Telescopes provide a means of collecting and analyzing radiation from celestial objects, even those in the far reaches of the universe.

This is a list of astronomical. Many modern telescopes and observatories are located in space to observe astronomical objects in wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum that cannot penetrate the Earth's atmosphere (such as ultraviolet radiation, X-rays, and gamma rays) and are thus impossible to .Astronomical Objects for Southern Telescopes - with an Addendum for Northern Observatories: Hartung E J: Melbourne University Press: Melbourne: Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes: Webb T W: Dover Publishing: New York: Astronomy: Moore P: Frederick Warne: London: New Handook of the Heavens: Bernard H J.Astronomical observatory, any structure containing telescopes and auxiliary instruments with which to observe celestial objects.

Observatories can be classified on the basis of the part of the electromagnetic spectrum in which they are designed to observe.

The largest number of observatories are optical; i.e., they are equipped to observe in.