Visual Astronomy of the Deep Sky

By Roger N. Clark

This instruction manual for newbie in addition to complicated novice astronomers, makes an attempt to hide an important galaxies and nebulas that telescope clients discover. The center of the booklet is a visible atlas of deep sky items. Drawings and images at the related scale are awarded to assist identity.

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