- Author:Paul Doherty,Patrick Moore
- Publisher:Kalmbach Pub Co (March 1, 1997)
- Pages:220 pages
- Subcategory:Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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Well worth reading thoroughly.
Well worth reading thoroughly. Paul Doherty's charts are delightfully clear and nowhere do they seem cluttered or confusing. The designations and labels do not detract from the ability to make easy comparisons with the opposing photographs. There are many hours of amusement ahead for any amateur who takes the trouble to work through this book systematically. One person found this helpful.
Arnold, Patrick Moore, Paul Doherty The book is generally awesome.
Arnold, Patrick Moore, Paul Doherty. A new perspective on star atlases. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. There are no errors in the plotting of any of the objects shown in this star atlas. The book is generally awesome. Typically each full-page photo has three back-up pages including narrative and a corresponding chart which identifies all the interesting objects.
Patrick Moore was born on March 4, 1923. He is one of the most prolific authors of popular astronomy books. He began publishing astronomy books in 1950 and has been extremely active ever since
Patrick Moore was born on March 4, 1923. He began publishing astronomy books in 1950 and has been extremely active ever since. He is director of the lunar section of the British Astronomical Association and was director of the Armagh Planetarium in Northern Ireland from 1965 to 1968. Moore has been the host of a television program, "The Sky at Night," which appeared first on BBC in April 1957. Patrick Moore died December 9, 2012.
P Arnold, Paul Doherty, Patrick Moore. CRC Press Published May 1, 1999 Reference - 220 Pages ISBN 9780750306546 - CAT IP550.
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Read full description. See details and exclusions. Patrick Moore, Paul Doherty, H. The concept of this atlas is exciting in that colour photographs of the sky are shown opposite a same scale chart prepared from a black on white enlargement from the same slide
P Arnold, Paul Doherty, Patrick Moore. The concept of this atlas is exciting in that colour photographs of the sky are shown opposite a same scale chart prepared from a black on white enlargement from the same slide. Thus every object identified is clearly seen in relation to the surrounding field. To this is added a description by Patrick Moore of all the objects of interest which are featured. What else could any amateur ask for when wanting to pinpoint specific objects. ell worth reading thoroughl. aul Doherty's charts are delightfully clear and nowhere do they seem cluttered or confusing.
Presents glorious views of the night sky from both hemispheres with exceptional high-quality sky photographs and matching star maps. By H. Arnold, P. Doherty, and P. Moore.
NEW - The Cambridge Photographic Star Atlas. NEW - The Cambridge Photographic Star Atlas. Arnold, doherty and moore.
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