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The Resource Astro-Imaging Projects for Amateur Astronomers : A Maker's Guide

Astro-Imaging Projects for Amateur Astronomers : A Maker's Guide

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Astro-Imaging Projects for Amateur Astronomers : A Maker's Guide
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Astro-Imaging Projects for Amateur Astronomers
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A Maker's Guide
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The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Ser
Astro-Imaging Projects for Amateur Astronomers : A Maker's Guide
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Astro-Imaging Projects for Amateur Astronomers : A Maker's Guide
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Contents
Dedication -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Contents -- Chapter 1: DSLR Astro Imaging -- Widefield Astro Imaging with Micro 4/3rds Cameras -- The Untold Secrets of Making Your Own Monochrome DSLR -- Planetary Imaging with DSLRs -- Making a Fine Camera Lens Focuser and Finding New Life with Old Film Lenses -- Making a Thermal Electrically Cooled True Monochrome DSLR for Less Than 300! -- Chapter 2: Advanced Astro Imaging -- Current Concepts in Planetary Imaging -- How to Image Like the Pro's for Under 1000 -- Make Your Own On-Axis Guider -- Guide Free, Diffraction Limited Imaging with EMccds -- Chapter 3: Public Outreach Applications -- Supersize Your PST and Easy, Inexpensive Ca-K Line Imaging -- The Digital Schmidt Camera -- How to Throw a Proper Planetary Eyepiece Shootout Party (and Make an Eyepiece Turret) -- Real Time Narrowband Visual Viewing with Image Intensifiers -- Chapter 4: Amateur Telescope Making -- An Ultraportable, Open and Folded 8.5{u2033} Refractor -- A Tale of Two Dobsonians -- No Requiem for a Classical Cassegrain -- Garage Sale Finds -- Electroplating in Your Kitchen -- Making a Sub 0.7 Å Hydrogen Alpha Solarscope -- Chapter 5: Astronomical Projects for Supporting Applications -- Making an Affordable Atmospheric Dispersion Corrector -- Making an Electrically Powered, Variable Height Pier for Less -- A Simple, Portable Geodesic Dome Observatory -- Build Your Own Advanced CT (Cassegrain Telescope) Laser Collimator -- Affordable Spectroscopy for Amateur Astronomers -- A Direct Drive Telescope Mount -- A Motorized Base for Giant Dobs -- Chapter 6: Conclusion -- Index
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