Observing and Measuring Visual Double Stars

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-3944-8 (Print) 978-1-4614-3945-5 (Online)

Table of contents (30 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

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    Pages 1-15

    More than One Sun

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    Pages 17-24

    Why Observe Double Stars?

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    Pages 25-32

    The Observation of Binocular Double Stars

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    Pages 33-52

    Double Star Sketching

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    Pages 53-63

    Multiple Stars and Planets

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    Pages 65-70

    Is the Sun a Double Star?

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    Pages 71-79

    The Orbital Elements of a Visual Binary Star

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    Pages 81-90

    Orbit Computation

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    Pages 91-103

    Ten Famous Double Stars

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    Pages 105-115

    The Resolution of a Telescope

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    Pages 117-147

    Reflecting Telescopes and Double Star Astronomy

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    Pages 149-167

    Simple Techniques of Measurement

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    Pages 169-181

    Filar Micrometer

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    Pages 183-193

    The Diffraction Grating Micrometer

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    Pages 195-230

    CCD Camera Observations

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    Pages 231-252

    Lucky Imaging

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    Pages 253-260

    The DSLR Camera

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    Pages 261-279

    Astrometric Speckle Interferometry for the Amateur

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    Pages 281-292

    Internet Astrometry

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    Pages 293-310

    How to Measure the Minima of Eclipsing Binaries; an Amateur’s Experiences

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