Professor Owen Gingerich, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics "Once in a blue moon a book appears to dramatically and forever change its subject; in short, the work becomes an indispensable resource for generations. Norton's Star Atlas is such a work. His works all have clarity and authority, and he is ideally suited to infuse new life into a classic.
Published July 29, 1998 by Prentice Hall.
Greg Laughlin, Astronomy Department,University of California, Santa Cruz,co-author of The Five Ages of the Universe.
Read by Ian Ridpath. Generations of amateur astronomers have called it simply Norton's: the most famous star atlas in the world. First published in 1910, prompted by the appearance of Halley's Comet, Norton's owes much of its legendary success to its uniqu Generations of amateur astronomers have called it simply Norton's: the most famous star atlas in the world
by Ridpath, Ian; Norton, Arthur P. (Arthur Philip). Publication date 2004.
Ian Ridpath has been a full-time writer, broadcaster and lecturer on astronomy and space for more than twenty-five years. Wil Tirion made his first star map in 1977. He has illustrated numerous books and magazines, including The Cambridge Star Atlas (Cambridge, 2001).
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