By Richard J. Bartlett
Even if you're an absolute "no knowledge" newbie or a professional astronomer, this entire, easy-to-use quickly reference consultant provides you with all of the info you want to locate hundreds and hundreds of evening sky occasions in 2015 - lots of which might be noticeable with simply your eyes.
Written via a former freelance columnist for Astronomy journal with over thirty years of expertise, the consultant includes:
- textual content highlighting "must see" occasions that may be simply discovered and loved. No gear required!
- photographs simulating the simplest occasions as they are often obvious within the sky
- per 30 days highlights of what might be noticeable within the pre-dawn and night sky, together with the Moon, planets, shiny asteroids, meteors, brilliant stars, constellations and deep sky objects
- Descriptions of key astronomical occasions for every vital date
And for extra complex astronomers:
- information of astronomical occasions, together with conjunctions, eclipses, elongations, oppositions and meteor showers
- Technical info for key occasions, corresponding to item importance, distance and obvious size
- Angular separation for conjunctions
- fruits dates for vibrant stars, constellations and all one hundred ten Messier objects
Whether you're making plans an evening out below the celebs or just are looking to study extra concerning the heavens above us, you will find all of it during this consultant to the astronomical yr.
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2015 An Astronomical Year: A Reference Guide to 365 Nights of Astronomy by Richard J. Bartlett