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Postby Aussiedave » Sat Apr 20, 2019 2:20 pm

Advanced astronomy projects for amateurs..by Robert K Buchheim


Whilst not over imaging just yet, I set a goal this year to see if I can contribute to the pool of data.

Topics include
Meteor studies
Asteroid studies
Occultation
Visual variable star observice
CCD photometry
CCD astrometry
Discovery projects such as lunar meteor impacts, asteroid hunter, novas etc


Just for €¥@#s and giggles, there is also an interesting project on the Tintaweb, not mentioned in this book, where you can register to hunt down sources of gravity waves
https://grandma.lal.in2p3.fr/education- ... astronomy/


Really enjoying the book and have a few ideas in mind.
Enjoy

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