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Viewing And Imaging The Solar Systems A Guide For Amateur Astronomers

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    Author(s)CLARK J
    PublisherSPRINGER
    ISBN9781461451785
    Pages256
    BindingSoftbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearOctober 2014

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    SPRINGER Viewing And Imaging The Solar Systems A Guide For Amateur Astronomers by CLARK J

    Viewing and Imaging the Solar System: A Guide for Amateur Astronomers is for those who want to develop their ability to observe and image Solar System objects, including the planets and moons, the Sun, and comets and asteroids. They might be beginners, or they may have already owned and used an astronomical telescope for a year or more. Newcomers are almost always wowed by sights such as the rings of Saturn and the moons of Jupiter, but have little idea how to find these objects for themselves (with the obvious exceptions of the Sun and Moon). They also need guidance about what equipment, besides a telescope, they will need. This book is written by an expert on the Solar System, who has had a lot of experience with outreach programs, which teach others how to make the most of relatively simple and low-cost equipment. That does not mean that this book is not for serious amateurs. On the contrary, it is designed to show amateur astronomers, in a relatively light-hearted-and math-free way-how to become serious.