Atlas Sky

Discovery Atlas: Sky Archaeology  Video

Posted by chipnho at Sept. 15, 2009
Discovery Atlas: Sky Archaeology

Discovery Atlas: Sky Archaeology
English | Sub : English | 52 minutes | 704 x 416 | 4:3 | DivX | MP3 - 128kbps | 700MB
Genre: Documentary

This Central American jungle holds a secret, a treasure abandoned two thousand years ago. It's a secret unlocked from outer space with a breathtaking new technology. Sensors mounted in satellites and on spacecraft can see what the human eye cannot. Ancient cities hidden under jungle canopies, entire civilizations buried under great dunes of desert sand: this is sky archaeology.
The Observer's Sky Atlas: With 50 Star Charts Covering the Entire Sky (Repost)

Erich Karkoschka, "The Observer's Sky Atlas: With 50 Star Charts Covering the Entire Sky"
2007 | pages: 169 | ISBN: 0387485376 | PDF | 15,1 mb

The Constellation Observing Atlas (repost)  

Posted by interes at Oct. 1, 2014
The Constellation Observing Atlas (repost)

The Constellation Observing Atlas (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series) by Grant Privett and Kevin Jones
English | 2013 | ISBN: 146147647X | 170 pages | PDF | 15 MB

Designed for anyone who wishes to learn the constellations or observe the best and brightest deep sky objects and double stars, this book contains an alphabetical list of constellations complete with star maps, historical background, and highlights of deep sky objects.

3-D Atlas of Stars and Galaxies  

Posted by AlenMiler at Sept. 4, 2014
3-D Atlas of Stars and Galaxies

3-D Atlas of Stars and Galaxies by Richard Monkhouse
Springer; 1st Edition | April 26, 2000 | English | ISBN: 1852331895 | 95 pages | PDF | 23 MB

This astronomical atlas features not only conventional star and galaxy maps, but also spectacular three-dimensional stereographs (glasses provided). The book contains three sets of comprehensive full-sky maps that cover local space, regional space, and distant space - with over 20,000 galaxies. All the stereographs have been derived from the most accurate data available, including results from the Hipparcos satellite, and can be used to measure the approximate distances between the objects depicted.
The Observer's Sky Atlas: With 50 Star Charts Covering the Entire Sky (3rd edition)

Erich Karkoschka, "The Observer's Sky Atlas: With 50 Star Charts Covering the Entire Sky (3rd edition)"
2007 | ISBN-10: 0387485376 | 165 pages | PDF | 10 MB

Sky & Telescope's Pocket Sky Atlas (Repost)  

Posted by elodar at Jan. 11, 2014
Sky & Telescope's Pocket Sky Atlas (Repost)

Roger W. Sinnott, "Sky & Telescope's Pocket Sky Atlas"
English | 2006-03-30 | ISBN: 1931559317 | 125 pages | PDF | 56.4 mb
The Constellation Observing Atlas (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series)

The Constellation Observing Atlas (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series) by Grant Privett and Kevin Jones
English | 2013 | ISBN: 146147647X | 170 pages | PDF | 15 MB

Designed for anyone who wishes to learn the constellations or observe the best and brightest deep sky objects and double stars, this book contains an alphabetical list of constellations complete with star maps, historical background, and highlights of deep sky objects.

Atlas of the Messier Objects: Highlights of the Deep Sky [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by mox1x2 at July 4, 2013
Atlas of the Messier Objects: Highlights of the Deep Sky [Repost]

Ronald Stoyan, "Atlas of the Messier Objects: Highlights of the Deep Sky" [Repost]
English | 2008-10-27 | ISBN: 0521895545 | 372 pages | PDF | 34.6 mb

Rigel Centaurus - Atlas Coelestis (2012)  

Posted by studio308 at Sept. 22, 2012
Rigel Centaurus - Atlas Coelestis (2012)

Rigel Centaurus - Atlas Coelestis (2012)
Space | Official Web Release
MP3 320 CBR | 203.3 MB | Artwork
Label: USC | Catalog Number: USC-WR-1209.0087

Stars have been plotted to a celestial map since the man raised his head to the night sky. He has collected the thoughts of his ancestors to build the real image and comprehension of the natural phenomenon seen above. The wonderful mystic world has opened before him holding its own order of things interaction. Even using the common sense you could feel the majesty and beauty of the bright shining eyes of the universe that form from nothing, live their long-term life and finally either blast with a celebrated supernova or fade quietly stubbing out the radiance.

Philip´s Atlas of the Universe 2005  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Alexun at July 14, 2006
Philip´s Atlas of the Universe 2005

Sir Patrick Moore, Philip´s Atlas of the Universe 2005
Publisher: Philip's | ISBN: 0540087912 | 2005 Year | language: english | pdf | 288 pages | 49,4 MB

Now in its 5th edition, this best-selling reference book is a must for amateur astronomers. Written by Sir Patrick Moore, Britain's best-known astronomer, it is a classic and highly readable account of the stars, the planets and the Universe, together with practical advice on observing the night sky. This fully revised new edition has been updated to include the latest information and images from the current space missions, including Cassini. It is illustrated with hundreds of colour pictures, including spectacular photographs from ground-and space-based telescopes. It also contains a complete atlas of the constellations.