By Edward Emerson Barnard, Gerald Orin Dobek
Edward Emerson Barnard's Photographic Atlas of chosen areas of the Milky means used to be initially released in volumes in 1927. jointly those volumes contained a wealth of knowledge, together with photographic plates of the main fascinating parts of the Milky approach, descriptive textual content, charts, and knowledge. in simple terms seven-hundred copies have been published, making the unique variation a collector's merchandise. Reproduced in print for the 1st time, this version combines either volumes of Barnard's Atlas. It without delay replicates Barnard's textual content, and includes excessive solution pictures of the unique photographic plates and charts, reordered for you to be noticeable jointly. it is usually a biography of Barnard and his paintings, a Foreword and Addendum via Gerald Orin Dobek describing the significance of the Atlas and additions to this quantity, and a pull-out part with a mosaic of all 50 plates mixed in one landscape.
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