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Astronomy - Popular Astronomy | Observing the Sun with Coronado™ Telescopes

Observing the Sun with Coronado™ Telescopes

Pugh, Philip

2007, XXVI, 321 p.

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  • Introduces to H-alpha solar observation for amateurs
  • Includes superb amateur images of the Sun in H-alpha
  • Offers detailed sections on imaging and image-processing
  • Covers a range of equipment from entry level to advanced, with emphasis on low-cost models

At around the turn of the millennium, the introduction of the Coronado range of solar telescopes and filters heralded the ‘coming of age’ of amateur solar astronomy.

Before then, solar astronomy was mostly white-light only. Hydrogen-alpha systems were expensive and difficult to use, but today even the budget-priced Coronado PST (Personal Solar Telescope) provides a band pass of one Angstrom and is thermally stable. That means that today’s amateur solar observers can see – and image – sunspots, flares, prominences, plage, filaments, and active regions of the Sun, all in amazing detail.

Getting the very best out of a Coronado solar telescope still requires knowledge of specialist techniques and an accumulation of experience, which are what this book provides. In Observing the Sun with Coronado Telescopes, Philip Pugh has assembled a team of contributors who show just how much solar work can be done with Coronado telescopes, and explain how to get the very best from these marvellous instruments.

The spectacular solar images reproduced in this book speak for themselves – listen to the voices of the experts!

Content Level » Popular/general

Keywords » Chromosphere - Corona - Solar - Solar prominence - Sun - Sunspot - astronomy - astronomy books - coronado book - coronado telescopes - h-alpha filters - instruments - personal solar telescope - solar binoculars - solar telescopes

Related subjects » Astronomy, Observations and Techniques - Biomedical Engineering - Popular Astronomy

Table of contents / Preface 

Personal Solar Telescope.- MaxScope 90.- Other Coronado Solar Telescopes.- Imaging.- Alternative Products.- Untried Products.- Summary.- The Physics of the Sun.- Coronado Price List.

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