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The Cambridge Photographic Moon Atlas Hardcover – 28 Sep 2012
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'Beautiful … an excellent addition to anyone's library whether he or she is keen lunar photographer or simply an armchair observer.' Astronomy Now
Using the latest methods in digital photography and image processing, this atlas charts the lunar landscape in unprecedented detail. An indispensable guide for amateur astronomers and astrophotographers, the atlas features 388 high-resolution photographs and concise descriptions, making it easy to identify hundreds of lunar features.See all Product description
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Now this is NOT the fault of the sellers and the authors and publishers are fully responsible. There is not even a list of erratum in my 2012 print! What is even more surprising is that these errors were not only not noted by the initial expert moon photographers and academics when constructing the layout and during the editing process but were also missed a second time when translated by Mr Storm Dunlop (a lunar specialist!). Even the Sky At Night reviewer missed them. Perhaps Cambridge University Press considered the expense of a reprint too ... – anyway TO HELP BUYERS -
In Section 5 (Atlas/Hercules) the 2nd image (1st page bottom) does not belong there. It is an image of Craters (Cr) Plinius and Dawes at the southern edge of Mare Serenitatis a fair distance away to the south.
Section 15 (Abulfeda)’s 2nd image (bottom left) clearly does not belong there. The numbers do not correlate with the text as the image should be in Section 12 (Vallis Rheita) even though the reference numbers 1, 2 and 3 don’t tally with that text either!
Section 20 (Mare Serenitatis). A minor point but the authors omitted the Apollo 17 landing site where it was visible in the images. I did find this later in Section 6 (Montes Taurus) but this may not be the first place one (a casual observer) would look.
Section 41 (South Pole).Read more ›
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This is a superb resource for anyone seriously interested in studying the Moon. Large close up photographs augmented by an informative text. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dr. A. B. Thomas
Understanding what you are observing makes your observations more enjoyable, the pages are of good quality however more pictures and segmentation would make this book better.Published on 6 Nov. 2013 by axel