The Amateur Astronomer / Edition 11

The Amateur Astronomer / Edition 11

by Patrick Moore
     
 

ISBN-10: 0521345111

ISBN-13: 9780521345118

Pub. Date: 04/05/1990

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

This 2000 Edition of Sir Patrick Moore’s classic book has been completely revised in the light of changes in technology. Not only do these changes include commercially available astronomical telescopes and software, but also what we know and understand about the universe.

There are many new photographs and illustrations.

Packs a great deal of

Overview

This 2000 Edition of Sir Patrick Moore’s classic book has been completely revised in the light of changes in technology. Not only do these changes include commercially available astronomical telescopes and software, but also what we know and understand about the universe.

There are many new photographs and illustrations.

Packs a great deal of valuable information into appendices which make up almost half the book. These are hugely comprehensive and provide hints and tips, as well as data (year 2000 onwards) for pretty well every aspect of amateur astronomy.

This is probably the only book in which all this information is collected in one place.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521345118
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
04/05/1990
Pages:
343
Product dimensions:
7.44(w) x 9.69(h) x 0.98(d)

Table of Contents

Publisher’s note. - Foreward to the First Edition.- Foreword to the 12th Edition.- Astronomy is a Hobby The Unfolding Universe.- Telescopes and Observatories.- The Solar System. The Sun.- The Moon Occultations and Eclipses.- Aurorae and the Zodiacal Light.- The Nearer Planets.- The Outer Planets Comets and Meteors.- The Stellar sky.- The Nature of a Star.- Double Stars.- Variable Stars Star-Clusters and Nebulae.- Galaxies.- Beginnings and Endings.- Appendices.- Bibliography

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