50 Targets For The Mid Sized Telescope

Author: John Read
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ISBN: 9780692858417
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50 Targets for the Mid-Sized Telescope introduces the beginner stargazer to an assortment of astronomical wonders. With easy to follow star maps, unique for each target, the budding astronomer will explore the universe like never before.

The Mk Process At 50 Years

Author: Christopher J. Corbally
Publisher: Astronomical Society of the pacific
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So I think small telescopes are tremendous, the complementary thing (that word
again) to large telescopes, to radio, to the other wavelength regions and to space
astronomy. We need them. Furthermore, anybody who's ever looked at astro-
economics, which is an interesting subject, full of lots of handwaving, can easily
see that small telescopes are the only places where most people are going to get
observing time. Predict, for example, how many graduate students are going to
be ...

Observatories And Telescopes Of Modern Times

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Although, Caltech were prepared to go ahead on their own with a segmented
mirror design, eventually they agreed to form a joint enterprise with the University
of California to manage the project. Caltech would pay most of the construction
costs, and so own the telescope, whilst the University of California would pay for
its running costs over a period of 25 years. This became the 10 m segmented
mirror Keck telescope (see Section 4.2). 50 Things now got complicated as the
NNTT was ...

Seeing Stars

Author: C. R. Kitchin
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540760306
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The Night Sky Through Small Telescopes C. R. Kitchin, Robert W. Forrest ... If you
have not yet bought your telescope, then it would be a good idea to read Chapter
2 and especially to look at Table 2.1 first. If the telescope has direct read-outs of
the position that it is pointing to in the sky (called Right Ascension and
Declination - Section 1.4), or is computer controlled, then you may want to try
setting on things immediately. BUT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO HAVE THESE
EXTRAS.