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Atlas of the Heavens-II Catalogue

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        StatementSky Pub Corp
        PublishersSky Pub Corp
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        LC ClassificationsJanuary 2000
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 76 p. :
        Number of Pages50
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100933346085
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New Haven, Connecticut, U. The classical is a product of a revision of the Old Babylonian system in later astronomy 7th century BC. A great handbook and resource! Referred to commonly as "Bright Star Catalogue". Hirshfeld, Alan and Sinnott, Roger W. However, the data he used originated back towhich was when first made the proposal to designate boundaries for the celestial sphere, a suggestion upon which Delporte would base his work.

Atlas of the Heavens Catalogue

analogical dictionary The constellation is one of the most recognizable in the night sky. ] It is constellation, which causeth all that a man doeth. We hope it will help you locate the resources you are looking for. The main catalog with the two index catalogs in one volume. Covers 522 double and multiple stars. Hagen worked at the Vatican observatory, so the introduction is in Latin!