1 edition of Amateur telescope making, book three found in the catalog.
Amateur telescope making, book three
|Contributions||Ingalls, Albert Graham,|
|LC Classifications||QB88 A63 1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||646|
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.
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This is the final volume in the series of Amateur Telescope Making references edited by Albert G. Ingalls and published by Scientific American. While this series is well over fifty years old, the principles enunciated are relevant today.5/5(2). Amateur Telescope Making (Book Three) Hardcover – January 1, by Albert G.
(editor) et al. Ingalls (Author), B/W Photographs (Illustrator)5/5(2). Amateur Telescope Making: Books 1, 2, and 3, Complete in 3 Volumes Hardcover – January 1, by Albert G. Ingalls (Editor), Harlow Shapley (Foreword)/5(3). Amateur Telescope Making Book Three published by Scientific American and edited by Ingalls is the last in a series of three books devoted to the science of telescope making.
Published inIt is fascinating, but severely dated. This work is a compilation of articles on such varied topics as High Vacuum equipment and by: 6.
Amateur Telescope Making (Book Three of a Three-Part Series). Albert G. Ingalls (Editor). Published by Scientific American, New York, NY ().
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Amateur telescope making, book three; contributions to amateur precision optics by advanced amateurs and professionals.
Albert G. Ingalls, editor. The Corning Museum of Glass is temporarily closed as we do our part to limit the spread of COVID All previously scheduled classes, events, and. Amateur Amateur telescope making Making - Book Three. Scientific American, 9th Printing, location: e3-amat.
Satisfaction guaranteed on all items offered. I will gladly combine auctions to save on postage. Custom over-engineered packaging to protect your Rating: % positive. Amateur Telescope Making: Books 1, 2, and 3, Complete in 3 Volumes by Ingalls, Albert G.
(ed.) Book condition: Very Good Book Description. 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. However, as a source of information that you’d actually use when making a telescope. Amateur Telescope Making [and] Amateur Telescope Making advances, A Sequel to Mamateur Telescope Making by INGALLS, Albert G.
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The caliber of the contributions is uniformly high and the books have remained in constant use by both amateurs Author: Albert G.
Ingalls. Amateur Telescope Making Book 3 A Optical Production Methods and Machinery 1 A.1 Grinding and Polishing Machines 3 A Ritchey's Description of His Machines 8 A.2 Machine Polishing Mirrors 17 A Types of Machines 18 A Continuous Polishing 20 A Figure Obtained by Machine Polishing 20 A Polishing Face-up Hardcover: Volume 3 of 3.
In the early s a naturally curious fellow, Albert Ingalls, happened to read an article in an obscure magazine by an even more curious fellow, Russell Porter. The article was about the "Poor Man's" telescope and told the story of how a group of. 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, How to Make a Telescope.
Hours With A Three-Inch Telescope by William Noble - Longmans, Green & Co. The following book is a primer of the Three-inch Telescope, and is designed to instruct the very beginner in the use of an instrument of that size, mounted on a common table stand and unprovided with any means of rinding objects by their coordinates.
( views). "Lots of information" - by Glenn Pavlovic (Willits, Ca, United States) This book and its companion volume is a collection of articles on the topic of telescope making by the amateur.
This is not one of the Amateur Telescope Making series. I originally thought it was. 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.
Amateur telescope making, advanced; a sequel to Amateur telescope making. Starting at $ Amateur telescope making, book three; contributions to amateur precision optics by advanced amateurs and professionals.5/5(1). Buy Making Your Own Telescope (Dover Books on Astronomy) Reprint by Thompson, Allyn J.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(10). About This Book A Manual for Amateur Telescope Makers—With Detailed Plans to Construct Three Different Telescopes is the first comprehensive mirror-making manual to appear in the English language in over 40 years.
The theme of this book is the fabrication of both the optics and mechanical parts for three different telescopes. N.E. Howard Handbook for Telescope Making Faber & Faber Acrobat 7 Pdf Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DRC + flatbed option. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Amateur telescope making.
New York]: Scientific American, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Title: Amateur telescope making. Book 3: Authors: Ingalls, Albert G. Publication: New York: Scientific American Inc.,|c, edited by Ingalls, Albert G.
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.
This is the 7th printing of the first edition, which was created in But the book is unchanged, so at a glance, it looks like it very well could be the 1st edition.
Now what makes the Amateur Telescope Making book unique is that this book is. The three projects span a broad range of challenge, with the first mm f/ being a fine beginners project and the third a challenging, advanced ATM project. This book is packed with diagrams and information on all aspects of the amateur telescope making.
It is very well illustrated. Book Format. Hardcover (27) Non-traditional book (3) Paperback (41) Topic. Amateur Telescope Making (18) Field Guides (13) History (3) Observation Guides (32) Star Charts/Atlases (11) Telescope.
Book Format. Hardcover (27) Non-traditional book (3) Paperback (42) Topic. Amateur Telescope Making (18) Field Guides (13) History (3) Observation Guides (32) Star Charts/Atlases (11) Telescope. What are the 'Mush Have' books for ATM.
- posted in ATM, Optics and DIY Forum: Hey gang at CN, I would like to know what books are a must have for an amateur telescope maker. I am interested in mirror grinding predominantly but would also like to know design books as well.
My current library includes: Amateur Telescope Making Vol 1 - Ingalls Star Testing Astronomical Telescope. Advanced Telescope Making Techniques Volumes 1 and 2, ISBN (vol 1) and (vol 2), pub by Willmann-Bell, Go To Willmann-Bell Amateur Telescope Making, books 1, 2, & 3 Albert Ingalls, editor.
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Free shipping for many products. 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.
Chapter 4: Telescope Making Basics 37 As for CCD cameras, the telescope’s focal length determines the smallest angular detail that a CCD array can record. That detail must cover a min-imum of two pixels on the CCD array to be discern-ible.
The amateur can weigh all of this advice to find the instrument that corresponds to his or her needs. The others were geared to telescope making but also had bits on observing and other things. The main ones were: All About Telescopes - Sam Brown.
Amateur Telescope Making books 1, 2, & 3 - Edited by Albert Ingalls. Standard Handbook for Telescope Making - Neale Howard. Making Your Own Telescope - Allyn J Thompson. I also have a few more. "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.
- Albert G. Ingall's Amateur Telescope Making, Volumes - Henry King's The History of the Telescope - Karine and Jean-Marc Lecleire's A Manual for Amateur Telescope Makers - Allyn J.
Thompson's Making Your Own Telescope - Allan Mackintosh's Advanced Telescope Making Techniques - Optics, Advanced Telescope Making Techniques - Mechanical.We are your source for astronomy telescopes, eyepieces, astroimaging cameras, and more!
Browse an extensive selection of astronomy equipment at 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.