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The Observer's Year: 366 Nights in the Universe (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series)
Publisher: Springer | ISBN: 1852338849 | edition 2005 | PDF | 376 pages | 13,8 mb

This is a night by night account of the stars. For every night of the year Sir Patrick Moore gives the reader details of interesting objects that can be seen from earth. It is a book for people with a wide interest in astronomy, those who may not have specialised in a specific area of astronomy and wish to expand their knowledge in all areas. This second edition is updated for astronomical events through until 2010.

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Günter D. Roth "Handbook of Practical Astronomy"
Springer | English | 2009-07-01 | ISBN: 3540763775 | 712 pages | PDF | 11,7 MB

The Compendium of Practical Astronomy is unique. The practical astronomer, whether student, novice or accomplished amateur, will find this handbook the most comprehensive, up-to-date and detailed single guide to the subject available. It is based on Roth’s celebrated German language handbook for amateur astronomers, which first appeared over 40 years ago.

With amateurs and students and teachers of astronomy in high schools and colleges particularly in mind over 10 leading astronomers have worked under the careful editorship of Günter Roth to cover all aspects of practical astronomy.

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Dave Prochnow, "101 Outer Space Projects for the Evil Genius"
McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics | 2007 | ISBN: 0071485481 | 300 pages | PDF | 87,3 MB

The sky is not the limit! If you yearn to touch the stars, 101 Outer Space Projects for the Evil Genius has everything you need to explore the universe from the comfort of your own home. Whether you're a beginner stargazer or a more experienced astronomer, you'll find an outstanding project to satisfy you, from model rockets and celestial maps to space robots, GPS systems, and much, much more.

Full of easy-to-follow plans and clear schematics for each project, as well as lists of materials and tools so you know exactly what's involved before you begin, 101 Outer Space Projects for the Evil Genius

400 dazzling illustrations that let you build each of the 101 amazing how-to projects visually
First-hand experiences and case studies to help you make the most out of each project
Frustration-factor removal-needed parts are listed, along with sources

101 Outer Space Projects for the Evil Genius provides you with all the plans, instructions, parts lists, and sources you need to:
Use GPS systems
Experiment with model rockets
Navigate your way through the universe using your computer
Build your own telescope, radio telescope, and planetarium
Read celestial maps of heavenly bodies
Create a Mars rover to explore your home
Design your own International Space Station

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Milton Heifetz, Wil Tirion, A Walk through the Southern Sky: A Guide to Stars and Constellations and their Legends 2nd edition

Cambridge University Press | ISBN 9780521689458 | 2007 | PDF | 1.89 MB | 119 pages

What star is that? Where is the Southern Cross? Who was Orion? This book answers these questions and many more. Its unique simplified maps make it easy to find the constellations in the southern hemisphere skies, and the stars within them.

Clear instructions guide the user on how to gauge sizes and distances, and move easily between constellations. This new edition has been updated with additional mythology information, and a list of the planet positions up to 2016. The ancient myths and legends of the sky are retold to add to the mystery of the stars.

Of value to all ages, this book introduces the patterns of the starry skies in a memorable way. No equipment is needed to use this practical guide: apart from normal sight and clear skies. Magically illustrated, this is an ideal introduction to launch the young astronomer on a journey across the starlit skies.

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Don Machholz "The Observing Guide to the Messier Marathon"

Cambridge University Press | 2002-11-04 | ISBN: 0521803861 | 172 pages | PDF | 6,4 MB

The Messier Catalogue is a list of one hundred and ten galaxies, star clusters and nebulae, and includes many of the brightest and best-known objects in the sky. Amateur astronomers who find all the objects on the list in one night have successfully completed the Messier Marathon.

The Observing Guide to the Messier Marathon contains over 90 easy-to-use star maps to guide the observer from one object to the next, and provides tips for a successful night of observing. Don Machholz also tells the story of the eighteenth-century astronomer, Charles Messier, and how he came to compile his extensive catalogue. His complete guide to the Messier Marathon will help the amateur astronomer to observe the Messier Objects throughout the year, using a small telescope or even a pair of binoculars. Don Machholz is an engineer in Auburn, California.

Interested in astronomy since childhood, he is a renowned comet hunter, having discovered nine comets that bear his name. He writes articles for local California newspapers and radio stations for special astronomical events. Between 1988 and 2000, Don Machholz was the Comets Recorder for the Association of Lunar and Planetary Recorders.

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Antony Cooke, "Visual Astronomy Under Dark Skies: A New Approach to Observing Deep Space"
Springer | 2010 | ISBN: 1852339012 | 192 pages | PDF | 4,8 MB

Modern astronomical telescopes, along with other advances in technology, have brought the deep sky – star clusters, nebulae and the galaxies – within reach of amateur astronomers. And it isn’t even necessary to image many of these deep-sky objects in order to see them; they are within reach of visual observers using modern techniques and enhancement technology.

The first requirement is truly dark skies; if you are observing from a light-polluted environment you need Tony Cooke’s book, Visual Astronomy in the Suburbs. Given a site with clear, dark night skies everything else follows… this book will provide the reader with everything he needs to know about what to observe, and using some of today’s state-of-the-art technique and commercial equipment, how to get superb views of faint and distant astronomical objects.

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