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The Cambridge Photographic Moon Atlas

The Cambridge Photographic Moon Atlas

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  • Date Published: November 2012
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  • isbn: 9781139558389

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  • Using the latest methods in digital photography and image processing, The Cambridge Photographic Moon Atlas presents sixty-nine regions of the lunar landscape in large-format images with corresponding charts. Each two-page spread features a specific region in multiple lighting situations, allowing for direct comparisons of the same landscape at different lunar phases. Detailed descriptions of each region's location and topography accompany 388 high-resolution photographs, making the Moon's craters, mountains, valleys, rilles, and other features easy to identify. Tracing the morphology of the Moon in unprecedented detail, this comprehensive and accessible visual atlas is an indispensable aid for amateur astronomers, astrophotographers, and casual observers.

    • The book provides annotated, large-scale images for visual and photographic lunar observers
    • 388 images at different lighting situations show the richness of lunar morphology
    • Covers nearly the entire near side of the Moon
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    Reviews & endorsements

    "From cover to cover, this book is full of the most amazing non-spacecraft images of the Moon you will have the privilege to look at for some time to come...The authors do a great job in clearly identifying lunar features...Overall, this photographic atlas of the Moon should be an addition to all lunar observer's libraries." - Robert Garfinkle, The Observatory: A Review of Astronomy, April 2013

    "This valuable reference book will inspire you to observe and image the Moon, and much useful, practical advice is given...it shows the most interesting and carefully chosen regions in exquisite detail..a book that avid lunar aficionados must own." - Ade Ashford, Sky at Night, March 2013

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    • Date Published: November 2012
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781139558389
    • contains: 388 colour illus. 10 tables
    • availability: This item is not supplied by Cambridge University Press in your region. Please contact eBooks.com for availability.
  • Table of Contents

    Foreword
    Advice on using this book
    The Moon: an introduction
    Atlas
    Glossary
    List of lunar formations
    Image credits
    Further reading and links.

  • Authors

    Alan Chu
    Alan Chu is an astrophotographer based in Hong Kong. Author of The Photographic Moon Book (2004) and Foundations of Astronomy (2010), he has also published several articles for the Hong Kong Astronomical Society, of which he is a founding member.

    Wolfgang Paech
    Wolfgang Paech is the former director of the Public Observatory in Hannover, Germany. He has published several books for amateur astronomers, including Tips and Tricks for Amateur Astronomers and The Solar Handbook.

    Mario Weigand
    Mario Weigand is a PhD candidate in nuclear physics at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. He has eighteen years experience as an amateur astronomer and astrophotographer.

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    Storm Dunlop
    Storm Dunlop is an experienced writer and lecturer on astronomy. He is author of Collins Night Sky (2011), a Fellow at the Royal Astronomical Society and is a past president of the British Astronomical Association.

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