A Practical Guide to CCD Astronomy

Patrick Martinez, Alain Klotz, A Practical Guide to CCD Astronomy
Cambridge University Press | 1997 | ISBN: 0521599504, 0511600194, 0521590639 | 264 pages | Djvu | 2,2 mb
High-performance charged-couple device (CCD) cameras have opened up an exciting new window on the Universe for amateur astronomers. This book pres a complete, self-contained guide to choosing and using CCD cameras. Beginning with a no-nonsense introduction to CCD cameras, the authors explain what determines camera performance and demonstrate how to use a CCD camera and accurately calibrate the images obtained. The book also presents a clear review of the software available for visualizing, analyzing and processing digital images. Finally, the authors navigate a series of key areas in astronomy where astronomers can make the best use of CCD cameras. This handy volume is packed with practical
tips. It pres a clear introduction to CCD astronomy for novices and an indispensable reference for more experienced amateur astronomers.



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