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Author Griffiths, Martin,
Title Choosing and using astronomical filters / Martin Griffiths.
Imprint New York, NY : Springer, [2014]
2015

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Author Griffiths, Martin,
Series The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series, 1431-9756
Patrick Moore's practical astronomy series. 1431-9756
Subject Astronomical photography -- Popular works.
Photography -- Light filters -- Popular works.
Description 1 online resource (xiii, 269 pages) : illustrations (some color).
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents About the Author; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1: A Brief History of Astronomical Imaging; Advancing Technology; CCD and DSLR Systems; Filters for Astronomy; Further Reading; Chapter 2: Filters and General Equipment for Astronomical Observing; Filters for Visual Observation; Wratten Filters for Lunar and Planetary Observing; No. 25A Red; No. 23A Light Red; No. 21 Orange; No. 8 Light Yellow; No. 12 Yellow; No. 15 Deep Yellow; No. 11 Yellow-Green; No. 56 Light Green; No. 58 Green; No. 82A Light Blue; No. 80A Blue; No. 38A Dark Blue; No. 47 Violet.
Minus Violet Filters Enhancing Filter; Narrowband Filters; Lumicon Ultra High Contrast (UHC); Orion UltraBlock; Meade Narrowband; Comet Filter; The Hydrogen (Hα) Filter; The Hydrogen (Hβ) Filter; The Oxygen (OIII) Filter; The Sulfur (SII) Filter; Filter Wheels; Conclusion; Further Reading; Chapter 7: A Brief Introduction to Astrophotography and Image Manipulation; Camera Equipment; "How-to" Books and Software; Preparing the Image in Photoshop ; FITS Liberator and Maxim DL ; Photoshop and Processing Your Image; Luminance Layers; Registax ; Conclusion; Further Reading.
Neutral Density Filters Polarizing Filters; Why Use Filters for Visual Observing?; Observing Hints: Dark Adaptation, Telescopes and Eyepieces; Dark Adaptation; Telescopes; Refractors; Reflectors; Catadioptrics; Eyepieces; Conclusion; Further Reading; Chapter 3: Observing the Moon with Filters ; Lunar Landscapes; Craters; Maria; Mountain Ranges; Valleys and Rilles; Faults and Domes; Filters for Lunar Observation; Phases of the Moon; New Moon to First Quarter; Two Days Old; Four Days Old; Six Days Old; Seven Days Old; Eight and Nine Days Old; Ten Days Old.
Eleven to Thirteen Days Old The Full Moon; Lunar Eclipses; Conclusion; Further Reading; Chapter 4: Observing the Solar System with Filters; Mercury: The Innermost Planet; Filters for Observing Mercury; Venus and Wratten Filters; Filters for Observing Venus; Mars: The Red Planet; Observing Mars with Filters; Jupiter: King of the Planets; Filters for Observing Jupiter; Saturn: The Ringed Planet; Filters for Observing Saturn; The Outer Darkness: Uranus and Neptune; Filters for Observing Uranus and Neptune; Comets: Visitors from Deep Space; Filters for Comet Observation; Conclusion.
Summary As a casual read through any of the major amateur astronomical magazines will demonstrate, there are filters available for all aspects of optical astronomy. This book provides a ready resource on the use of the following filters, among others, for observational astronomy or for imaging: Light pollution filters Planetary filters Solar filters Neutral density filters for Moon observation Deep-sky filters, for such objects as galaxies, nebulae and more Deep-sky objects can be imaged in much greater detail than was possible many years ago. Amateur astronomers can take.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed June 30, 2014).
Print version record.
ISBN 9781493910441 (electronic bk.)
1493910442 (electronic bk.)
1493910434
9781493910434
9781493910434
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-1-4939-1044-1
OCLC # 882088836
Additional Format Print version: Griffiths, Martin. Choosing and Using Astronomical Filters. Dordrecht : Springer, 2014 9781493910434


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