Series: Deep-Sky Companions
By: Stephen James O'Meara(Author), Mario Motta(Illustrator)
483 pages, b/w photos, b/w star charts
In this fresh list, Stephen James O'Meara presents 109 new objects for stargazers to observe. The Secret Deep list contains many exceptional objects, including a planetary nebula whose last thermal pulse produced a circumstellar shell similar to the one expected in the final days of our Sun's life; a piece of the only supernova remnant known visible to the unaided eye; the flattest galaxy known; the largest edge-on galaxy in the heavens; the brightest quasar; and the companion star to one of the first black hole candidates ever discovered. Each object is accompanied by beautiful photographs and sketches, original finder charts, visual histories and up-to-date astrophysical information to enrich the observing experience. Featuring galaxies, clusters and nebulae not covered in other Deep-Sky Companions books, this is a wonderful addition to the series and an essential guide for any deep-sky observer.
"This text is a welcome addition to the library of any deep sky observer and a must for O'Meara fans. Recommended!"
– Astronomy Now
"[...] a wonderful addition to the series and an essential guide for any deep-sky observer."
– BBC Sky at Night Magazine
1. About this book
2. The secret deep
Appendix A. The secret deep: basic data
Appendix B. Twenty additional secret deep objects
Appendix C. Deep-sky lists: comparison table
Appendix D. Photo credits
The Secret Deep checklist
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Stephen James O'Meara is author of several highly acclaimed books, including others in the celebrated Deep-Sky Companions series.
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