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Norton's star atlas and reference handbook, epoch 2000.0

Author: Ian Ridpath; Arthur P Norton; Charles Nix
Publisher: London ; New York : Pi Press, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 20th edView all editions and formats
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"First published in 1910, coinciding with the first of two appearances by Halley's Comet during the book's life, Norton's owes much of its legendary success to its unique maps, arranged in slices known as gores, each covering approximately one-fifth of the sky. Every star visible to the naked eye under the clearest skies - down to magnitude 6.5 - is charted along with star clusters, nebulae and galaxies. Extensive  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Atlases
Handbooks and manuals
Observers' manuals
Manuels d'observation
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ridpath, Ian.
Norton's star atlas and reference handbook, epoch 2000.0.
London ; New York : Pi Press, 2004
(OCoLC)680612511
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Ridpath; Arthur P Norton; Charles Nix
ISBN: 0131451642 9780131451643
OCLC Number: 53099066
Notes: Revision of: Norton's 2000.0. / edited by Arthur P. Norton.
Includes index.
Designed and illustrated by Charles Nix--AIGA Design Archives.
Description: xi, 195 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 29 cm
Contents: Foreword Leif J. Robinson --
Ch. 1. Position and Time --
The Heavans Above --
Position --
Date and Time --
Ch. 2. Practical Astronomy --
Observing --
Astronomical Instruments --
Astronomical Imaging --
Ch. 3. The Solar System --
The Sun --
The Moon --
The Planets and Their Satellites --
Mercury --
Venus --
Mars --
Jupiter --
Saturn --
Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto --
Comets --
Meteors --
Eclipses --
Occultations --
Aurorae, Noctilucent Clouds and the Zodiacal Light --
Artificial Satellites --
Ch. 4. Stars, Nebulae and Galaxies --
The Stars --
Constellations and Nomenclature --
Radiation, Magnitude and Luminosity --
Distances, Motions and Physical Parameters --
Spectral Classification --
Stellar Evolution --
Double Stars --
Variable Stars --
Clusters, Nebulae and Galaxies --
Ch. 5. Star Charts.
Other Titles: Star atlas and reference handbook, epoch 2000.0
Responsibility: edited by Ian Ridpath.

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Presents maps that are arranged in slices known as gores, each covering approximately one-fifth of the sky. This title charts stars visible to the naked eye under the clearest skies - down to  Read more...

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