The Deep Sky: An Introduction, by Philip S. Harrington, is an excellent reference for anyone who owns a pair of binoculars or who owns or plans to buy a telescope, but doesn't know what to look for with their optics (or how to find objects they’ve heard about and want to see with their own eyes). It explains how to find hundreds of double and multiple stars, variable stars, open and globular clusters, nebulas, and galaxies galore – and describes in detail what you'll see when you do. This 272 page 6” x 9.25” soft cover book includes 36 full-page sky charts; equipment, books, and software suggestions; sketches of how deep-sky objects look through a small telescope (what you can expect to see yourself, not unrealistically detailed long exposure photos taken through professional observatory scopes); and more than 100 black-and-white photographs taken through small scopes.
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