By Edward Emerson Barnard
Edward Emerson Barnard's Photographic Atlas of chosen areas of the Milky method 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 method, descriptive textual content, charts, and knowledge. simply 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 without delay replicates Barnard's textual content, and comprises excessive answer photos of the unique photographic plates and charts, reordered which will be visible jointly. additionally it is a biography of Barnard and his paintings, a Foreword and Addendum via 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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P. 7, and Plate IV for an account of visual observations, and a photograph of this object and of B 129). A narrow extension 13 long from the northeast side. A small star close southwest of it. This is in a larger vacant region. Somewhat rectangular in form with projections to the east. It is the blacker portion of a dark region 10 in diameter. This is a very small black spot with a small star on the north border and another on the south; a fine curve of six or seven very small stars runs northwest from its north edge.
8) near its SW. edge 50 18 10 0 45 0 + 12 4 + 12 7 + 7 10 + 8 0 + 11 6 + 33 58 + 40 50 + 39 54 + 39 50 + 46 10 Dark; diam. D. + 11°3912 (8M. 6) in SW. part Dark; diam. † Dusky; diam. 8 ; just S. D. + 7°4191 (8M. 8); in S. part of B 339 Broken, dusky region covering more than 1° Irregular; curved; diam. 7 ; 25 S. D. + 11°3994 (5M. 8) ; a narrow extension for 15 to the N. Narrow, dark lane; about 21° E. † Small, dark marking; 4 E. and W. Elongated; 13 long NW. ; sharpest at SE. end; several stars in S.
This consists of a narrow straight black line 16 north and south, 111 115 117 122 126 127 128 129 131 132 133 138 139 with a narrow spur at the south end extending west and north for 5 . 7. D. – 4°4582, 4M. 5) and north of the cluster M 11. It forms a wide crescent, with the convex side to the west. To the east it is irregular and broken. D. – 5°4775 (8M. 3) and – 5°4778 (8M. 4) are near the middle of this region. 4. , pp. 7–9, for visual observations of B 115, 117, and 118). This is at the south end of a larger dark region (B 116) with dark lanes running to the north and northeast.
A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way by Edward Emerson Barnard