Providing detailed information on all objects plotted. Many star charts have been published with typically two features: the charts are drawn to a constant scale, and they give almost no information about the stars. This book provides six series of charts, drawn at different scales. Three series each cover the whole sky at different scales.
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If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Providing detailed information on all objects plotted. Many star charts have been published with typically two features: the charts are drawn to a constant scale, and they give almost no information about the stars. This book provides six series of charts, drawn at different scales.
Three series each cover the whole sky at different scales. A further three series provide details of selected regions of the sky. Symbols are provided which conveniently encode considerable information about each object plotted eliminating the need to access catalogues to ascertain the principal characteristics of objects. Read more Read less. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser.
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ISBN 13: 9780646203560
I first saw this atlas at the Sterling Star Party. David Dunn had it in his collection, along with Sky Atlas Needing to purchase an atlas, I tested all three on a group of obscure galaxies that Bill Possel showed me one night at Pawnee, and the Herald-Bobroff was the only one of the three atlases that had them all. This is an unusual star atlas for several reasons. It is Australian, and went out of print in
The Herald-Bobroff Astroatlas
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Please Log In to view the details for this classified ad. Don't have an Astromart account? Click here to create one. This atlas consists of star charts in 6 series, covering the entire sky at different scales, Series "A" thru "F". The "A" series shows the distribution of deep space objects, in relation to the Ecliptic, on 12 different charts.
I do not know how many club members have, use, or are familiar with this star atlas. It is one that I find very practical to use, prompting me to write this review. This is a 1 vol. The charts are preceded by a 19 page introduction and explanation section with well detailed descriptions of each chart series, symbols, references, etc. The charts are tapered toward the poles as required by sky position.