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Tecniche, trucchi e segreti dell'imaging planetario (Italian Edition) by [Gasparri, Daniele]
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Length: 479 pages Language: Italian

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Daniele Gasparri è un giovane astronomo e divulgatore scientifico nato a Perugia nel 1983. Ha collaborato per 5 anni con la rivista di astronomia Coelum, ha scritto articoli su riviste internazionali, scoperto un pianeta extrasolare nel 2007 e due nuove stelle variabili. Gira l'Italia per divulgare l'astronomia, sostenendo corsi, conferenze e serate pubbliche. E' presidente dell'associazione astrofili Paolo Maffei di Perugia e consigliere dell'UAI, l'Unione Astrofili Italiani. Nel tempo libero si dedica alla fotografia del cielo stellato e ha ottenuto diversi riconoscimenti nazionali e internazionali per il contributo dato all'astronomia amatoriale e professionale.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3770 KB
  • Print Length: 479 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: Italian
  • ASIN: B00BJO9SL8
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5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible book! 3 Aug. 2014
By Esteban Gonzalez Garcia - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Excellent book about planetary astrophotography, first half is what everybody says over and over, but the second half is really interesting stuff about processing, daylight shooting, object-specific settings and much more!! I wish there were an english version, but even in itialian and with the help of google I think it is a great buy and must have for serious planetary imagers.
2.0 out of 5 stars I'm not that color blind.... 11 May 2016
By George S - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Let me start with the fact that I already own the electronic version of this book. I like it so much I wanted the paper version. So you can imagine my shock to open a book about photographing solar system objects that is entirely in black and white after the cover. Now, I am color blind (I see fewer colors than most other people). However a book that contains dozens (possibly hundreds, I haven't counted) of photographs showing what planets should look like filmed in red, green, and blue light that are entirely in black and white loses some of its...entire reason for being publishing in the first place. Is there a paper version of this book in color? I would buy that. I can only recommend a paper version of this book if you like the text, which is in Italian (and excellent). I can read Italian, but I don't imagine there are too many planetary imagers out there who speak Italian AND are completely blind to color. Maybe there are a handful. In fact, I'd argue I'm likely one of possibly a few thousand people in the world who can read the text, benefit from it, and is any sort of color blind. That is an exceedingly small market. It gets two stars for the text.
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