1 edition of Amateur telescope making found in the catalog.
Amateur telescope making
|Other titles||Scientific American|
|Statement||by advanced amateurs and professionals ; [Albert G. Ingalls, editor|
|Contributions||Ingalls, Albert G.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 646 p.|
|Number of Pages||646|
Amateur Telescope Making Amateur Telescope Making offers a variety of designs for telescopes, mounts and drives which are suitable for the home-constructor. The designs range from simple to advanced, but all are within the range of a moderately well-equipped home workshop. Amateur telescope making [Book Review] Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 16(5) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
"The book is a nice collection of interesting ideas on telescopes and accessories for the do-it-yourself astronomer.” NEW SCIENTIST "For advice on how to get going, look no further than two excellent books – AMATEUR TELESCOPE MAKING and ASTRONOMICAL EQUIPMENT FOR AMATEURS Highly recommended.”. Buy Amateur Telescope Making by Stephen Tonkin (Editor) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $
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Amateur Telescope Making (Vol. 1) Hardcover – June 1, by Albert G. Ingalls (Editor) out of 5 stars 7 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from /5(7).
Amateur Telescope Making, edited by Albert G. Ingalls The current version of this 3-volume classic is an annotated rearrangement of the Ingalls edition that dates back to the s.
Like The Best of ATMJ, this set is tremendous collection of material covering the full range of telescope-making and related endeavors. "The book is a nice collection of interesting ideas on telescopes and accessories for the do-it-yourself astronomer.” NEW SCIENTIST "For advice on how to get going, look no further than two excellent books – AMATEUR TELESCOPE MAKING and ASTRONOMICAL EQUIPMENT FOR AMATEURS Highly recommended.”/5(7).
Amateur Telecope Making Book 1 A Newtonian Telescope Mirror Making 1 A.1 Mirror Making for Reflecting Telescopes 3 A Introduction to the Reflecting Telescope 3 A Grinding the Mirror 5 A Making the Pitch Lap 6 A Polishing the Mirror 7 A Testing the Mirror 8 A Figuring Amateur telescope making book Mirror 11 A Silvering the Mirror Engineering, Design and Construction of Portable Newtonian Telescopes, Advanced Telescope Making Techniques Volume 1 Optics, Advanced Telescope Making Techniques Volume 2 Mechanica, A Manual for Amateur Telescope Makers, Amateur Telescope Making, The Best of Amateur Telescope Making Journal, Build Your Own Telescope, The Dobsonian Telescope.
Anchor/Doubleday. paperback, covers bumped/scuffed, binding tight, text clean, very good condition + AMATEUR TELESCOPE MAKING, BOOK 3, SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. hardcover no dust jacket, boards bumped/scuffed, solid binding, text clean/unmarked FOR BOTH. A sequel to Amateur Telescope Making (Book One) and to Amateur Telescope Making Advanced (Book Two). Editor: Albert G. Ingalls. Published by Scientific American Inc, New York ().
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Many amateur astronomers make their own instruments, either because of financial considerations or because they are just interested. Amateur Telescope Making offers a variety of designs for telescopes, mounts and drives which are suitable for the home-constructor.
The designs range from simple to advanced, but all are within the range of a moderately well. N.E. Howard Handbook for Telescope Making Faber & Faber Acrobat 7 Pdf Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DRC + flatbed option.
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He also promoted amateur telescope making through the Société Astronomique de France. But his enduring gift to “glass pushers” around the world was his book La Construction du Télescope d’Amateur, which first appeared in An English edition, titled How To Make a Telescope, followed six years later.
Amateur Telescope Making We dedicate this book, with humility, to the memory of the late Tom Waineo. Tom epitomised the most laudable qualities of the amateur telescope maker, giving selflessly of his time and using his extensive experience and wisdom in order to help others.
Amateur Telescope Making in the Internet Age Finding Parts, Getting Help, and More (eBook): Clark, R.: Springer PublishingThis is a book about making telescopes from available parts. It provides guidance on where to look and what to look for in selecting items for telescope making and explains how to assemble these components to produce an excellent instrument on a tight.
Amateur Telescope Making. Amateur Telescope Making (ATM) is a hobby that combines the craftsman's hands, the artist's eye, and the scavenger's nose. A very fine telescope can be built from almost anything. It is limited only by the maker's creativity and resourcefulness.
His interest in amateur telescope making began in the mid s after reading Neale Howard's book Standard Handbook For Telescope Making. It was several years before he ground and polished his first mirror -- a 6" F/8 that was actually quite bad.
The project of making a /2 inch telescope was made possible only with the help of many other people, most of whom are part of the Amateur Astronomers Association.
Phil Pinches, Stew Rorer and Barry Levin each provided years of experience without which this project could never have been completed. The book also includes details on the latest released telescope lines, e.g.
the, and inch aperture models of the Meade LX-R series. As a former editor for Sky & Telescope, Astronomy, and Star & Sky magazines, the author is the ideal person to write this book. Since the invention of the telescope about years ago, telescope making has always had an amateur component.
Some amateur telescope makers were fascinated by the process itself, while others (like the great observer of the night sky, William Herschel) became amateur telescope makers as a means to their ultimate objective of exploration.
Any new telescope-making book is a big deal, but one that is both new and important is a huge deal. I believe that’s what we have here with the arrival of Albert Highe’s Portable Newtonian ’s a very satisfying, and detailed volume that covers a great deal of territory not explored in any other telescope-making book.Amateur Telescope Making.
Publisher: Springfield Telescope Makers Inc Number of pages: Description: There are almost as many ways to make mirrors and telescopes as there are telescope makers.