A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way

By Edward Emerson Barnard, Gerald Orin Dobek

Edward Emerson Barnard's Photographic Atlas of chosen areas of the Milky approach was once initially released in volumes in 1927. jointly those volumes contained a wealth of data, together with photographic plates of the main fascinating parts of the Milky approach, descriptive textual content, charts, and knowledge. basically seven hundred copies have been published, making the unique version a collector's merchandise. Reproduced in print for the 1st time, this version combines either volumes of Barnard's Atlas. It at once replicates Barnard's textual content, and comprises excessive answer pictures of the unique photographic plates and charts, reordered so they can be obvious jointly. it is usually a biography of Barnard and his paintings, a Foreword and Addendum by way of Gerald Orin Dobek describing the significance of the Atlas and additions to this quantity, and a pull-out part with a mosaic of all 50 plates mixed in one landscape.

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And S. aspects Curved and scalloped marking; B. D. –21°4598 (8M. three) on N. part (see Ap. J. , forty nine, Plate II, 1919) seventy six seventy seven seventy eight seventy nine eighty eighty one eighty two eighty three 83a eighty four 17 18 17 21 17 25 17 30 17 30 17 30 17 31 17 31 17 37 17 39 zero 14 fifty five zero 20 fifty four zero abnormal, slim, black strip, 21° lengthy E. and W. Indefinite; diam. 1°; hooked up via a vacant strip with B seventy eight Very huge; diam. 3°; C. D. –26°12152 (6M. 2) S. of the center† 1 2 ° lengthy SE. and NW. ; slender; sharply outlined Small; sure; three ´1 , SW. and NE. ; shut SE. of B. D. –21°4674 (8M. 1) Very small; subtle; shut SW.

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J. = Astrophysical magazine A. J. = Astronomical magazine P. A. = renowned Astronomy M. N. = per thirty days Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society A. N. = Astronomische Nachrichten “Small Black gap within the Milky Way,” A. N. ,108, 369,1884 “Stellar Photography,” S. M. , 6, fifty eight, 1887 “The Cluster G. C. 1420 and the Nebula N. G. C. 2237 [1 sketch],” A. N. , 122, 253, 1889 “On a few Celestial photos Made with a wide Portrait Lens on the Lick Observatory [1 plate],” M. N. ,50, 310–314, 1890 “On the pictures of the Milky approach Made on the Lick Observatory in 1889,” guides of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2, 240–244, 1890 “Photographing with a Non-Photographic Telescope,” S.

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2158, a small, compressed cluster of faint stars. approximately an inch to the correct of this cluster, in α = 5h57m20 s , δ = + 24°0 , is a bunch of some small stars. A curious factor is that the various darkish lanes in this plate are numerous instances broader than these on Plate 7 within the quarter of Messier 37. a few are up to eight vast. probably the most awesome items of this personality are close to the jap (left hand) fringe of the plate. The megastar B. D. + 23°1301 (No. 168 of our record of stars), within the southeast sector of the plate, is nebulous.

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