Philip S Stargazing With Binoculars

Author: Robin Scagell
Editor: Philip's
ISBN: 9781849073004
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Philip's Stargazing with Binoculars, fully revised and updated for this new edition, is a practical guide describing the wide range of objects that anyone can observe in the night sky using normal binoculars. It gives clear, step-by-step instructions for finding objects, and explains what you can expect to see from both northern and southern hemispheres. It also offers useful advice about choosing and using mounts and other accessories. Binoculars provide a great start in astronomy. Compared with telescopes, they are comparatively cheap and easy to use, they are light and compact, and can be used for many other activities such as birdwatching. But when you are out there on a starry night, how do you know what to look at? Where are the best objects to observe through binoculars? Just how much can you see, and what are the tips and tricks for getting the most out of them? Philip's Stargazing with Binoculars reveals what to expect from a pair of binoculars and how to choose the right ones if you are buying for the first time, or upgrading. It gives straightforward explanations of how they work, and how to progress from first-time user to hobby observer. It gives practical help for setting up and using any binoculars, and provides examples of objects to look at with different sizes of binoculars, from both town and country, including the Sun, Moon, planets, comets, asteroids, stars, clusters, variable stars, double stars, novae, nebulae and galaxies. Aimed principally at newcomers to astronomy of all ages, who would like to begin observing for themselves, and perhaps make contact with other amateur observers, Philip's Stargazing with Binoculars describes a wide range of binoculars that are internationally available, with examples of objects to observe taken from both northern and southern hemispheres. The guidance given is appropriate for all observing conditions. Completing the book is a glossary of technical terms and an index, making it even easier for the beginner to use and understand.

Stargazing With Binoculars

Author: Robin Scagell
Editor: Firefly Books Limited
ISBN: 9781770853287
Size: 16,61 MB
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Presents information about using binoculars for astronomy, discussing how they work and the models available, and describing the celestial bodies that can be observed in the night sky for every month of the year in the southern and northern hemispheres.

The Casual Sky Observer S Guide

Author: Rony De Laet
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781461405955
Size: 18,86 MB
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The Casual Sky Observer's Pocket Guide offers an observing program for occasional amateur observers looking for some quick, fun astronomy adventures under the stars. In the real world, where time for observing is limited, the weather is seldom perfect, and expensive equipment is not an option, amateur astronomy may not be seen as a worthwhile activity. However, portable and quick-to-set-up instruments are available. A pair of binoculars or a small telescope fills the bill. And the way to make the most of these instruments is described in the Casual Sky Observer's Pocket Guide. Not only does the book feature the best and brightest showpieces of the heavens; it also provides a great deal of physical and environmental data as well as lots of fascinating information and beautiful illustrations that provide a unique perspective on the many treasures within and beyond our home galaxy, the Milky Way--stars, star clusters, other galaxies, and nebulae, all within reach of binoculars or a small telescope.

Binocular Stargazing

Author: Michael D. Reynolds
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811731362
Size: 10,54 MB
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Many Stargazers Assume They Must Invest Hundreds or even thousands of dollars in equipment before they can enjoy the wonders of the night sky. The truth is, though, that all you need is a simple pair of binoculars. This handy guide explains how to choose binoculars and use them to observe everything from comets to solar eclipses. Ideal for amateur astronomers of all ages, Binocular Stargazing is the perfect way to see the night sky through new eyes.

Stargazing For Everyone With Binoculars

Author: Greg Babcock
Editor:
ISBN: 9780692969656
Size: 11,95 MB
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This Book introduces everyone to the joys of Observational Astronomy with ust the use of Binoculars

Stargazing Exploring The Stars With Binoculars Telescopes

Author: John Mosley
Editor:
ISBN: 9780760723159
Size: 15,87 MB
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Nightwatch

Author: Terence Dickinson
Editor: Firefly Books
ISBN: 1552093026
Size: 17,46 MB
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Offers advice on observing the stars and constellations, discusses useful equipment, and includes information on the moon, comets, eclipses, and planets

Stargazing For Dummies

Author: Steve Owens
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118411579
Size: 16,72 MB
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Reach for the stars Stargazing is the practice of observing the night sky and itscontents - from constellations through to planets and galaxies.Stars and other night sky objects can be seen with the naked eye,or seen in greater numbers and in more detail with binoculars or atelescope. Stargazing For Dummies offers you the chance to explorethe night sky, providing a detailed guide to the mainconstellations and also offering advice on viewing other night skyobjects such as planets and nebulae. It's a great introduction to afun new hobby, and even provides a fun way to get the kids outsidewhile doing something educational! Gives you an introduction to looking at the sky with binocularsor a telescope Offers advice on photographing the night sky Without needing to get your head around mind-bending theories,you can take part in some practical physics If you're looking for easy-to-follow guidance on getting to knowthe night sky, Stargazing For Dummies has you covered.

Stargazing For Beginners

Author: The Editors of One-Minute Astronomer
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781452833170
Size: 11,32 MB
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This book introduces you to the bright stars and major constellations, along with dozens of deep-sky sights of interest within each constellation, such as galaxies, binary stars, nebulae, and star clusters. It assume you are equipped with nothing more than simple pair of binoculars, and that you know nothing of astronomy or the layout of the night sky. ... astonishing advances in astronomy over the past century have badley dated most of the scientific explanation in the original book [eg., Astronomy with an opera glass, 1890]. This edition fixes that problem. It includes a complete update of the science related to the stars and astronomical sights described in the book. You get completely up-to-date explanations of the science of astronomy, combined with the historical explanation and easy charm of the Garrett Serviss' original work. -- From the Introduction, p. 2-3.

Stargazing Basics

Author: Paul E. Kinzer
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316407357
Size: 16,40 MB
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How do I get started in astronomy? Should I buy binoculars or a telescope? What can I expect to see? This wonderful beginners' guide to astronomy covers all the information you need to get started. This second edition has been fully updated and now includes new illustrations, the latest astronomy equipment and celestial events through to the year 2025. It starts by explaining the basic techniques and equipment you need for exploring the skies before taking you on a tour of the night sky, covering the Moon, Sun, stars, planets and more. Any necessary technical terms are clearly explained. The author gives sound advice on using and purchasing affordable binoculars, telescopes and accessories, and the book is illustrated with photos taken by the author, showing how objects in the sky actually look through modest amateur equipment. It contains a comprehensive glossary and references to further astronomy resources and websites.