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Go-to telescopes under suburban skies

Author: Neale Monks
Publisher: New York : Springer, ©2010.
Series: Patrick Moore's practical astronomy series.
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For the last four centuries stargazers have turned their telescopes to the night skies to look at its wonders, but only in age of computers has it become possible to let the telescope find for you the object you are looking for! So-called "go-to" telescopes are programmed with the locations of thousands of objects, including dazzling distant Suns, stunning neighboring galaxies, globular and open star clusters, the
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Monks, Neale.
Go-to telescopes under suburban skies.
New York : Springer, 2010
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Neale Monks
ISBN: 9781441968517 1441968512 1441968504 9781441968500
OCLC Number: 676698717
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 260 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Note continued: NGC 2547 --
NGC 2571 --
NGC 2655 --
NGC 3003 --
NGC 3293 (Little Jewel Box Cluster) --
NGC 3344 --
NGC 3432 --
NGC 3621 --
NGC 5128 (Centaurus A) --
NGC 5139 (Omega Centauri) --
NGC 5236 (M83, Southern Pinwheel Galaxy) --
Colorful and Curious Stars --
SAO 12969 (Kemble's Cascade) --
See also NGC 1502 --
SAO 23906 (Stock 23) --
SAO 25939 (12 Lyncis) --
SAO 26051 (15 Lyncis) --
SAO 26312 (19 Lyncis) --
SAO 55347 (Iota Trianguli) --
SAO 60198 (Alpha Geminorum, Castor) --
SAO 61391 (38 Lyncis) --
SAO 75020 (Struve 183) --
SAO 80416 (lota Cancri) --
SAO 96265 (38 Geminorum) --
SAO 112740 (Gamma Orionis, Bellatrix) --
SAO 112921 (Lambda Orionis, Meissa) --
SAO 113271 (Alpha Orionis, Betelgeuse) --
SAO 114146 (Plaskett's Star) --
SAO 114258 (15 Monocerotis, S Monocerotis) --
SAO 117112 (Espilon Hydrae) --
SAO 131063 (Omicron-2 Eridani, 40 Eridani) --
SAO 131907 (Beta Orionis, Rigel) --
SAO 132314 (The Trapezium) --
SAO 132406 (Sigma Orionis) --
SAO 133317 (Beta Monocerotis) --
SAO 150058 (R Leporis, Hind's Crimson Star) --
SAO 150239 (Kappa Leporis) --
SAO 151881 (Sirius, Alpha Canis Majoris) --
SAO 156110 (U Hydrae) --
SAO 172676 (Epsilon Canis Majoris, Adhara) --
SAO 198752 (Zeta Puppis) --
3. Spring --
Showpriece Objects --
NGC 3587 (M97, Owl Nebula) --
NGC 5194 (M51, the Whirlpool Galaxy) --
NGC 5272 (M3) --
NGC 5904 (M5) --
NGC 6543 (Cat's Eye Nebula) --
NGC 6611 (M16, Eagle Nebula) --
Interesting Deep Sky objects --
NGC 2841 (Tiger's Eve Galaxy) --
NGC 2903 --
NGC 3031 (M81, Bode's Galaxy) --
NGC 3034 (M82, Cigar Galaxy) --
NGC 3115 (Sextans Spindle Galaxy) --
NGC 3351 (M95 --
NGC 3368 (M96) --
NGC 3623 (M65) --
NGC 3627 (M66) --
NGC 3628 --
NGC 4258 (Messier 106) --
NGC 4361 --
NGC 4472 (M49) --
NGC 4486 (M87) --
NGC 4490 (Cocoon Galaxy) --
NGC 4494 --
NGC 4565 --
NGC 4579 (M58) --
NGC 4736 (M94). Note continued: NGC (M64, Black Eye Galaxy) --
NGC 5024 (M53) --
NGC 5055 (M63, Sunflower Galaxy) --
NGC 5457 (M101, Pinwheel Galaxy) --
NGC 5466 --
Obscure and Challenging Deep Sky Objects --
NGC 3079 --
NGC 3184 --
NGC 3379 (M105) --
NGC 3384 --
NGC 3521 --
NGC 3556 (M18) --
NGC 3607 --
NGC 3877 --
NGC 3941 --
NGC 3992 (M109) --
NGC 4026 --
NGC 4038 and NGC 4039 (Antennae Galaxies) --
NGC 4088 --
NGC 4111 --
NGC 4157 --
NGC 4192 (M98) --
NGC 4214 --
NGC 4216 --
NGC 4244 --
NGC 4254 (M99, Coma Pinwheel Galaxy) --
NGC 4274 --
NGC 4303 (M61) --
NGC 4321 (M100) --
NGC 4374 (M84) --
NGC 4382 (M85) --
NGC 4388 --
NGC 4406 (M86) --
NGC 4414 --
NGC 4438 --
NGC 4449 (Box Galaxy) --
NGC 4501 (M88) --
NGC 4517 --
NGC 4526 --
NGC 4535 --
NGC 4548 (M91) --
NGC 4552 (M89) --
NGC 4559 --
NGC 4567 and NGC 4568 (Siamese Twin or Butterfly Galaxies) --
NGC 4569 (M90) --
NGC 4594 (M104, Sombrero Galaxy) --
NGC 4605 --
NGC 4621 (M59) --
NGC 4631 (Whale Galaxy) --
NGC 4649 (M60) --
NGC 4656 and NGC 4657 (Hockey Stick Galaxies) --
NGC 4699 --
NGC 4725 --
NGC 4762 --
NGC 4889 --
NGC 5005 and NGC 5033 --
NGC 5746 --
NGC 5866 (M102, Spindle Galaxy) --
NGC 5897 --
NGC 5907 --
NGC 6503 (Lost-in-Space Galaxy) --
Colorful and Curious Stars --
SAO 308 (Alpha Ursae Minoris) --
SAO 8024 (5 Ursae Minoris) --
SAO 15274 (VY Ursae Majoris) --
SAO 16273 (Alpha Draconis, Thuban) --
SAO 27876 (Beta Ursae Majoris, Merak) --
SAO 278737 (Zeta Ursae Majoris, Mizar and Alcor) --
SAO 42876 (41 Lyncis) --
SAO 44317 (Y Canum Venaticorum, La Superba) --
SAO 62053 (Beta Leonis Minoris) --
SAO 63257 (Alpha Canum Venaticorum, Cor Caroli) --
SAO 64686 (Mu Bootis, Alkalurops) --
SAO 82279 (12 Comae Berenices) --
SAO 82279 (Gamma Leonis, Algieba) --
SAO 81583 (54 Leonis) --
SAO 83500 (Epsilon Bootis, Izar) --
SAO 84015 (R Cornonae Borealis). Note continued: SAO 100160 (24 Comae Berenices) --
SAO 101624 (Dalta Serpentis) --
SAO 117717 (Omega Leonis) --
SAO 124070 (Theta Serpentis) --
SAO 123778 (and IC 4756) --
SAO 138917 (Gamma Virginis, Porrima) --
SAO 140030 (Beta Librae, Zubeneschamali) --
SAO 156661 (Gamma Crateris) --
SAO 157323 (Delta Corvi) --
4. Summer --
Showpiece Objects --
NGC 6093 (M80) --
NGC 6121 (M4, Cat's Eye Globular Cluster) --
NGC 6205 (M13, Great Globular Cluster) --
NGC 6218 (M12, Gumball Nebula) --
NGC 6231 (False Comet Cluster) --
NGC 6242 --
NGC 6254 (M10) --
NGC 6266 (M62) --
NGC 6273 (M19) --
NGC 6281 --
NGC 6341 (M92) --
NGC 6514 (M20, Trifid Nebula) --
NGC 6523 (M8m Lagoon Nebula) --
NGC 6541 --
NGC 6603 --
NGC 6618 (M17, Horseshoe Nebula, Lobster Nebula, Omega Nebula, Swan Nebula) --
NGC 6626 (M28) --
NGC 6656 (M22) --
NGC 6705 (M11, Wild Duck Cluster) --
NGC 6720 (M57, Ring Nebula) --
NGC 6838 (M71) --
NGC 6853 (M27, Dumbbell Nebula) --
NGC 6960, NGC 6979, NGC 6992 and NGC 6995 (Veil Nebula, Cygnus Loop, Network Nebula) --
Interesting Deep Sky Objects --
NGC 5986 --
NGC 6171 (M107) --
NGC 6333 (M9) --
NGC 6402 (M14) --
NGC 6405 (M6, Butterfly Cluster) --
NGC 6445 (Box Nebula) --
NGC 6475 (M7) --
NGC 6494 (M23) --
NGC 6520 --
NGC 6530 --
NGC 6544 --
NGC 6572 (Blue Racquetball, Emerald Eye, Planet Krypton Nebula) --
NGC 6633 --
NGC 6637 (M69) --
NGC 6681 (M70) --
NGC 6694 (M26) --
NGC 6715 (M54) --
NGC 6809 (M55) --
NGC 6818 (Little Gem Nebula) --
NGC 6826 (Blinking Planetary Nebula) --
NGC 6913 (M29) --
NGC 6934 --
NGC 6994 (M72) --
NGC 7006 --
NGC 7092 (M39) --
NGC 7099 (M30) --
NGC 7209 --
NGC 7243 --
Obscure and Challenging Deep Sky Objects --
NGC 6210 --
NGC 6302 (Bug Nebula) --
NGC 6369 (Little Ghost Nebula) --
NGC 6531 (M21) --
NGC 6613 (M18) --
NGC 6709 --
NGC 6712 --
NGC 6716 --
NGC 6779 (M56). Note continued: NGC 6781 --
NGC 6802 --
NGC 6819 --
NGC 6823 --
NGC 6864 (M75) --
NGC 6866 --
NGC 6885 --
NGC 6888 (Crescent Nebula) --
NGC 6910 --
NGC 6940 --
NGC 7000 (North America Nebula) --
NGC 7027 --
NGC 7063 --
NGC 7293 (Helix Nebula, Eye of God) --
Colorful and Curious Stars --
SAO 48796 (Delta Cygni) --
SAO 49941 (Alpha Cygni, Deneb) --
SAO 67174 (Alpha Lyrae, Vega) --
SAO 67315 (Epsilon Lyrae, Double-Double) --
SAO 69636 (RS Cygni) --
SAO 72509 (8 Lacertae) --
SAO 85648 (95 Herculis) --
SAO 85753 (100 Herculis) --
SAO 87036 (2 Vulpeculae) --
SAO 87209 and the Coathanger Cluster --
SAO 87301 and 87302 (Beta Cygni, Albireo) --
SAO 88098 (16 Vulpeculae) --
SAO 88276 (Theta Sagittae) --
SAO 106316 (Beta Delphini, Rotanev) --
SAO 159764 (Nu Scorpii) --
SAO 163614 (Rho Capricorni) --
SAO 1636926 and 163625 (Omicron Capricorni) --
SAO 184415 (Alpha Scorpii, Antares) --
SAO 184382 (Rho Ophuchi) --
SAO 211117 (RY Sagittarii) --
SAO 225426 (Pi Lupi) --
SAO 225638 (Mu Lupi) --
SAO 225938 (Gamma Lupi) --
5. Autumn --
Showpiece Objects --
NGC 457 (ET Cluster, Kachina Doll Cluster, Owl Cluster) --
NGC 869 and NGC 884 (Perseus Double Cluster) --
NGC 1432 (M45, Pleiades, Seven Sisters) --
NGC 1514 --
NGC 1912 (M38) --
NGC 1960 (M36) --
NGC 2099 (M37, Slat-and-Pepper Cluster) --
NGC 7009 (Saturn Nebula) --
NGC 7078 (M15, Great Pegasus Cluster) --
NGC 7654 (M52) --
Interesting Deep Sky Objects --
NGC 253 (Sculptor Galaxy) --
NGC 288 --
NGC 559 --
NGC 581 (M103) --
NGC 628 (M74) --
NGC 650 (M76, Little Dumbbell) --
NGC 654 --
NGC 659 --
NGC 663 --
NGC 1023 --
NGC 1039 (M34) --
NGC 1039 (M77) --
NGC 1097 --
NGC 1316 (Fornax A) --
NGC 1907 --
NGC 1952 (M1, Crab Nebula) --
NGC 2281 --
NGC 6939 and NGC 6946 --
NGC 6981 (M72) --
NGC 7089 (M2) --
NGC 7331 --
NGC 7789 (Caroline's Rose). Note continued: Obscure and Challenging Deep Sky Objects --
NGC 40 --
NGC 129 --
NGC 188 --
NGC 189 --
NGC 246 --
NGC 281 (Pac-Man Nebula) --
NGC 584 --
NGC 584 (M33, Triangulum Galaxy) --
NGC 772 --
NGC 908 --
NGC 936 --
NGC 1275 (Perseus A) --
NGC 1342 --
NGC 1360 --
NGC 1365 --
NGC 1491 --
NGC 1528 --
NGC 1582 --
NGC 1647 --
NGC 1746 --
NGC 1807 and NGC 1817 --
NGC 1893 --
NGC 1931 --
NGC 6946 --
NGC 6994 (M73) --
NGC 7023 (Iris Nebula) --
NGC 7129 --
NGC 7160 --
NGC 7235 --
NGC 7606 --
NGC 7635 (Bubble Nebula) --
NGC 7793 --
Colorful and Curious Stars --
SAO 4479 (Collinder 463) --
SAO 12326 (At the Heart of the Heart Nebula) --
SAO 21446 (DL Cassiopeiae) --
SAO 21732 (Eta Cassiopeiae) --
SAO 23100 (Stock 2) --
SAO 23469 (Collinder 29) --
SAO 23655 (Eta Persei) --
SAO 33693 (Mu Cephei, Herschel's Garnet Star) --
SAO 34508 (Delta Cephei) --
SAO 37734 (Gamma Andromedae, Almach) --
SAO 38592 (Beta Persei, Algol) --
SAO 38787 (Alpha Persei and the Alpha Persei Cluster) --
SAO 39955 (Epsilon Aurigae) --
SAO 58636 (Theta Aurigae) --
SAO 59280 (UU Aurigae) --
SAO 92680 (Gamma Arietis, Mesarthim) --
SAO 94027 (Aldebaran and the Hyades) --
SAO 107436 (AG Pegasi) --
SAO 110707 (Gamma Ceti) --
SAO 111674 (47 Tauri) --
SAO 125159 (Eta Aquilae) --
SAO 127029 (Epsilon Pegasi, Enif) --
SAO 128318 (O'Meara's Little Ladle) --
SAO 128374 (19 Piscium) --
SAO 129825 (Omicron Ceti, Mira) --
SAO 142996 (15 Aquilae) --
SAO 145457 (Beta Aquarii) --
SAO 146107 (Zeta Aquarii) --
SAO 191524 (Fomalhaut) --
Appendix: What You're Looking At --
Stars --
What Are They? --
How Big Are They? --
How Bright Are They? --
How Old Are They? --
How Far Away Are They? --
What Can You See Through a Telescope? --
What's the Best Way to View Them? --
Planetary Nebulae --
What Are They? --
How Big Are They? --
How Bright Are They? Note continued: How Old Are They? --
How Far Away Are They? --
What Can You See Through a Telescope? --
What the Best Way to View Them? --
Supernova Remnants --
What Are They? --
How Big Are They? --
How Bright Are They? --
How Old Are They? --
How Far Away Are They? --
What Can You See Through a Telescope? --
What's the Best Way to View Them? --
Reflection Nebulae --
What Are They? --
How Big Are They? --
How Bright Are They? --
How Old Are They? --
How Far Away Are They? --
What Can You See Through a Telescope? --
What's the Best Way to View Them? --
Emission Nebulae --
What Are They? --
How Big Are They? --
How Bright Are They? --
How Old Are They? --
How Far Away Are They? --
What Can You See Through a Telescope? --
What's the Best Way to View Them? --
Open Clusters --
What Are They? --
How Big Are They? --
How Bright Are They? --
How Old Are They? --
How Far Away Are They? --
What Can You See Through a Telescope? --
What's the Best Way to View Them? --
Globular Clusters --
What Are They? --
How Big Are They? --
How Bright Are They? --
How Old Are They? --
How Far Away Are They? --
What Can You See Through a Telescope? --
What's the Best Way to View Them? --
Galaxies --
What Are They? --
How Big Are They? --
How Bright Are They? --
How Old Are They? --
How Far Away Are They? --
What Can You See Through a Telescope? --
What's the Best Way to View Them?
Series Title: Patrick Moore's practical astronomy series.
Responsibility: Neale Monks.

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