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Observing Globular Clusters By Alvin Huey
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Globular Clusters - All globular clusters above -50° declination. This list includes all Messier, NGC and Palomars and Terzans. There are a few “impossible” globulars, such as the... More > two 2MASS globulars, FSR 1735, in this list as well. 90+ globulars. Most are observable with an 8” scope. (128 pages)< Less
Discover the Night Sky Through Binoculars - A Systematic Guide to Binocular Astronomy By Stephen Tonkin
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For many decades, the advice given to beginning amateur astronomers has been "start with binoculars" but, beyond that, there has not been any specific advice on how to go about it. Stephen... More > Tonkin shows you why this advice is appropriate, and takes you on a year-long journey through the night sky visible from northern temperate latitudes. At the end of this journey, you will have a sound basic knowledge of the sky and will have gathered useful snippets of astronomical information and miscellany along the way. Reader comments (print edition): * "...a true pleasure to read – information is presented in a way that both new observers and experienced astronomers can appreciate...seasonal targets are well thought out...excellent resource for those doing public star parties wanting some great 'eye candy' to show off the night sky..." * "...fantastic. Easy to follow and an ideal book to accompany every binocular and small telescope session...very readable."< Less
Observing Local Group Members By Alvin Huey
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The Local Group –Galaxies within our celestial backyard generally within 3 or so million light years. I've used SEDS and NED as sources to determine which members are within our Local Group or... More > not. Some of the Local Group members are close enough where you can see some their globular clusters, H-II, OB regions and open clusters. They are clearly marked and offers a great challenge for those with large telescopes. (76 pages)< Less
Astronomical Observations of a Lifetime, Supplement By Stanley C. Howerton
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Contains positional data for objects observed in my four volumes of observations. It is divided into eighteen lists: Double and Multiple stars (2 lists - sorted by name and position), Milky Way... More > Objects (2 lists sorted by name and position), Open Clusters and Asterisms, Globular Clusters, Galactic Nebulae, Extragalactic non-galaxies, Galaxies, Supernovae, Novae, Comets, Asteroids, Messier objects, NGC objects, IC objects, Arp galaxies, and Hickson galaxies.< Less
Astronomical Observations of a Lifetime, Supplement By Stanley C. Howerton
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Contains positional data for objects observed in my four volumes of observations. It is divided into eighteen lists: Double and Multiple stars (2 lists - sorted by name and position), Milky Way... More > Objects (2 lists sorted by name and position), Open Clusters and Asterisms, Globular Clusters, Galactic Nebulae, Extragalactic non-galaxies, Galaxies, Supernovae, Novae, Comets, Asteroids, Messier objects, NGC objects, IC objects, Arp galaxies, and Hickson galaxies.< Less
What's Up 2006 - 365 Days of Skywatching By Tammy Plotner & Jeff Barbour
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What's Up 2006: 365 Days of Skywatching presents the highlights you can see in the night sky for every day in 2006. With a small telescope, binoculars, and sometimes just your eyes, you'll track down... More > features on the Moon, planets, meteor showers, bright and double stars, open and globular clusters, and distant galaxies. Astronomers Tammy Plotner and Jeff Barbour are your guides to the wonders of the night sky.< Less
Light Astronomy By Martin Gonzalez Rodriguez
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This guide to the deep sky analyzes hundreds of celestial objects of the Northern hemisphere that can be observed using modest amateur astronomy equipment such as binoculars and small... More > telescopes. Each constellations is analyzed from three perspectives: stars, deep sky and faint objects. The Star section includes information about the most important stars, binary star systems, variable stars, Cepheid stars, and other types of stars that can be observed in the constellation. The Deep Sky and Faint Objects sections describe Open and Globular star clusters, Nebulas, Galaxies and many other types of deep sky objects.< Less
Astronomy With Light Equipment By Martin Gonzalez-Rodriguez
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This guide to the deep sky analyzes hundreds of celestial objects of the Northern hemisphere that can be observed using modest amateur astronomy equipment such as binoculars and small... More > telescopes. Each constellations is analyzed from three perspectives: stars, deep sky and faint objects. The Star section includes information about the most important stars, binary star systems, variable stars, Cepheid stars, and other types of stars that can be observed in the constellation. The Deep Sky and Faint Objects sections describe Open and Globular star clusters, Nebulas, Galaxies and many other types of deep sky objects.< Less
A Soldier of Poloda By Lee Strong
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Like fellow Earthman, Tangor from the story Beyond the Farthest Star, American OSS officer Thomas Randolph is mysteriously teleported to a foreign planet where he lands in the center of a 100-year... More > war that mirrors the Allied Powers’ struggle against Adolph Hitler’s Third Reich. Will Tomas, using his OSS skills, be able to devise a plan to escape with the beautiful Unisan prisoner, Loris Kiri, that will allow them to join her countrymen in their struggle against the Kapars? American novelist, Edgar Rice Burroughs, debuted the world of Poloda in the pulp story Beyond the Farthest Star in 1940. Author Lee Strong created this second adventure on the planet Poloda, which lies beyond the Globular Cluster NGC 7006 – 450,000 light years away from earth.< Less
Metallic Hydrogen Universe By Chris Charboneau
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The future is found within, turn the pages to see it unfold, the deepest dive into the greatest unknown ever told. Explore; black holes, white holes, stellar furnaces, active fusion plasma... More > regulation, globular clusters, and of course- Metallic Hydrogen as you have never seen it before! Ponder this book's thought provoking visual experiences. Brainy people want to know everything, this book will delight the impossible to please know-it-all in your family. Based upon 20+ years of direct research on the mysteries surrounding energy systems and the structure of the Cosmos, Chris Charboneau lets out all the stops by bringing us much closer to mankind's dreams of fusion power, interstellar travel, and even a new understanding on attaining immortality- as humans! All these seemingly stellar goals have remained mostly undefined until now. Many new, physics powered effects are granted fresh understandings through the advanced study of a science higher than all, a Metallic Hydrogen godly science.< Less

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