Atlas of the Messier Objects: Highlights of the Deep Sky by Ronald Stoyan

By Ronald Stoyan

;Atlas of the Messier gadgets КНИГИ ;ЕСТЕСТВЕННЫЕ НАУКИ Название: Atlas of the Messier ObjectsАвтор: Stoyan Ronald Издательство: Cambridge college PressГод: 2008 Страниц: 370 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Размер: 33,8 Мб (+3%)Эта книга является своеобразным атласом объектов каталога Мессье и расскажет Вам обо всех one hundred ten его объектах: галактиках, туманностях и звездных скоплениях. В книге приведены подробное описание объектов, история открытия, параметры объекта, красочные фото, рассказано как наблюдать объекты. Также описана биография самого Чарльза Мессье. eighty five

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Méchains letter was printed in the 1786 edition of the same almanac. In it, a passage reads: I would only like to add that Nr. 101 & 102 on p. 267 of the Connaissances des Temps for 1784 are nothing else than one and the same nebula, which was taken for two because of an error in the charts. In other words, Méchain said that M 102 was his accidentally repeated observation of M 101. Hartmut Frommert, however, came up with some serious doubts. Firstly, the descriptions of M 101 and M 102 given in the catalog differ from each other.

It has a weak light and is difficult to find if the wires of the micrometer are illuminated. I compared it to Spica this day and the following and inferred the right ascension as 187° 9' 42", the southern Discoverers of the Messier objects Discoverers of the Messier objects Discoverers of the Messier objects Name Discoverer Messier’s Observation Name Discoverer Messier’s Observation Name Discoverer Messier’s Observation M1 Bevis 1731 August 28th, 1758 M 37 Hodierna 1654 September 2nd, 1764 M 74 Méchain 1780 October 18th, 1780 M2 Maraldi 1746 September 11th, 1760 M 38 Hodierna 1654 M 75 Méchain 1780 October 5th, 1780 M3 Messier 1764 May 3rd, 1764 September 25th, 1764 M 76 Méchain 1780 October 21th, 1780 M 39 Messier 1764 October 24th, 1764 M 77 Méchain 1780 December 17th, 1780 M 40 Messier 1764 October 24th, 1764 M 78 Méchain 1780 December 17th, 1780 M 41 Hodierna 1654 January 16th, 1765 M 79 Méchain 1780 December 17th, 1780 M 80 Messier 1781 January 4th, 1781 M 81 Bode 1774 February 9th, 1781 M 82 Bode 1774 February 9th, 1781 M 83 Lacaille 1752 February 17th, 1781 M 84 Messier 1781 March 18th, 1781 M 85 Méchain 1781 March 18th, 1781 M 86 Messier 1781 March 18th, 1781 M 87 Messier 1781 March 18th, 1781 M 88 Messier 1781 March 18th, 1781 M 89 Messier 1781 March 18th, 1781 M 90 Messier 1781 March 18th, 1781 M 91 Messier 1781 March 18th, 1781 M 92 Bode 1777 March 18th, 1781 M 93 Messier 1781 March 20th, 1781 M 94 Méchain 1781 March 24th, 1781 M 95 Méchain 1781 March 24th, 1781 M 96 Méchain 1781 March 24th, 1781 M 97 Méchain 1781 March 24th, 1781 M 98 Méchain 1781 April 13th, 1781 M 99 Méchain 1781 April 13th, 1781 M 100 Méchain 1781 April 13th, 1781 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 M9 M 10 M 11 M 12 M 13 M 14 M 15 M 16 M 17 M 18 M 19 M 20 M 21 M 22 M 23 M 24 M 25 M 26 M 27 M 28 de Chéseaux 1746 Kirch 1702 Hodierna 1654 Ptolemy 130 Flamsteed 1680 Messier 1764 Messier 1764 Kirch 1681 Messier 1764 Halley 1714 Messier 1764 th May 8 , 1764 May 23rd, 1764 rd May 23 , 1764 th May 23rd, 1764 M 42 Peiresc 1611 March 4 , 1769 May 23rd, 1764 M 43 de Mairan 1744 March 4th, 1769 M 44 – March 4th, 1769 May 29th, 1764 M 45 – March 4th, 1769 May 30th, 1764 M 46 Messier 1771 February 19th, 1771 th May 28 , 1764 th May 30th, 1764 M 47 Hodierna 1654 February 19 , 1771 June 1st, 1764 M 48 Messier 1771 February 19th, 1771 M 49 Messier 1771 February 19th, 1771 st June 1 , 1764 th June 3rd, 1764 M 50 Cassini 1711 April 5 , 1772 de Chéseaux 1746 June 3rd, 1764 M 51 Messier 1773 October 13th, 1773 de Chéseaux 1746 rd M 52 Messier 1774 September 7th, 1774 M 53 Bode 1775 February 26th, 1777 M 54 Messier 1778 July 24th, 1778 th Maraldi 1746 June 3 , 1764 Messier 1764 June 3rd, 1764 Messier 1764 th Messier 1764 Messier 1764 Ihle 1665 Messier 1764 Messier 1764 June 5 , 1764 June 5th, 1764 M 55 Lacaille 1752 July 24 , 1778 June 5th, 1764 M 56 Messier 1779 March 19th, 1779 M 57 Darquier 1779 January 31st, 1779 June 20th, 1764 M 58 Messier 1779 April 15th, 1779 June 20th, 1764 M 59 Köhler 1779 April 15th, 1779 th June 5 , 1764 th June 20th, 1764 M 60 Köhler 1779 April 15 , 1779 Messier 1764 June 20th, 1764 M 61 Oriani 1779 May 11th, 1779 Messier 1764 th M 62 Messier 1771 June 7th, 1771 de Chéseaux 1746 Messier 1764 July 12 , 1764 th July 27th, 1764 M 63 Méchain 1779 June 14 , 1779 Pigott 1779 March 1st, 1780 M 29 Messier 1764 July 29th, 1764 M 64 M 30 Messier 1764 August 3rd, 1764 M 65 Messier 1780 March 1st, 1780 M 66 Messier 1780 March 1st, 1780 M 67 Köhler 1779 April 6th, 1780 M 68 Messier 1780 April 9th, 1780 M 69 Lacaille 1752 August 31st, 1780 M 70 Messier 1780 August 31st, 1780 M 31 M 32 Al Sufi 964 Le Gentil 1749 rd (1757) August 3 , 1764 (1757) August 3rd, 1764 M 33 Messier 1764 August 25th, 1764 M 34 Messier 1764 August 25th, 1764 M 71 de Chéseaux 1746 October 4 , 1780 M 35 de Chéseaux 1746 August 30th, 1764 M 72 Méchain 1780 October 4th, 1780 M 36 Hodierna 1654 September 2nd, 1764 M 73 Messier 1780 M 101 Méchain 1781 1781 M 102 Méchain 1781 1781 M 103 Méchain 1781 1781 M 104 Méchain 1781 May 11th, 1781 M 105 Méchain 1781 not observed M 106 Méchain 1781 not observed M 107 Méchain 1782 not observed M 108 Méchain 1781 March 24th, 1781 M 109 Méchain 1781 March 24th, 1781 M 110 Messier 1773 August 10th, 1773 th th October 4 , 1780 37 declination 10° 24' 49".

The stars larger, the middle of the cluster compared with the same star, the second of the Ship. The cluster does not contain any nebulosity. 51 Feb 19th 1771 8h 2min 24s 120° 36' 0" 1° 16' 42"A Cluster of very small stars, without nebulosity; this cluster is at a little distance from three stars which are at the onset of the tail of the Unicorn. Feb 19th 1771 12h 17min 48s 184° 26' 58" 9° 16' 9"B Nebula discovered near the starG of the Virgin. It is not without difficulty that this nebula can be seen in a simple refractor of 3 feet & a half.

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