CCD Astronomy

Popular CCD Astronomy Guides

  • The Sky is Your Laboratory: Advanced Astronomy Projects for Amateurs (Springer Praxis Books / Popular Astronomy)
    The Sky is Your Laboratory: Advanced Astronomy Projects for Amateurs (Springer Praxis Books / Popular Astronomy)
    $28.05
  • Astronomical Sketching: A Step-by-Step Introduction (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series)
    Astronomical Sketching: A Step-by-Step Introduction (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series)
    $28.69
  • Astronomical Spectroscopy for Amateurs (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series)
    Astronomical Spectroscopy for Amateurs (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series)
    $26.21
  • Choosing and Using Astronomical Filters (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series)
    Choosing and Using Astronomical Filters (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series)
    $29.99
  • Budget Astrophotography: Imaging with Your DSLR or Webcam (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series)
    Budget Astrophotography: Imaging with Your DSLR or Webcam (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series)
    $22.49
  • A Practical Guide to Lightcurve Photometry and Analysis (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series)
    A Practical Guide to Lightcurve Photometry and Analysis (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series)
    $27.96
  • The New CCD Astronomy: How to Capture the Stars With a CCD Camera in Your Own Backyard by Wodaski, Ron published by New Astronomy Press (2002)
    The New CCD Astronomy: How to Capture the Stars With a CCD Camera in Your Own Backyard by Wodaski, Ron published by New Astronomy Press (2002)
    $58.48
  • Optical Detectors for Astronomy : Proceedings of an ESO CCD Workshop held in Garching, Germany, October 8-10, 1996
    Optical Detectors for Astronomy : Proceedings of an ESO CCD Workshop held in Garching, Germany, October 8-10, 1996
    $129.00
  • Handbook of CCD Astronomy (Cambridge Observing Handbooks for Research Astronomers) by Howell. Steve B. ( 2006 ) Paperback
    Handbook of CCD Astronomy (Cambridge Observing Handbooks for Research Astronomers) by Howell. Steve B. ( 2006 ) Paperback
    $112.32
  • Handbook of CCD Astronomy (00) by Howell, Steve B [Paperback (2000)]
    Handbook of CCD Astronomy (00) by Howell, Steve B [Paperback (2000)]
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  • by Wodaski, Ron The New CCD Astronomy: How to Capture the Stars With a CCD Camera in Your Own Backyard (2002) Paperback
    by Wodaski, Ron The New CCD Astronomy: How to Capture the Stars With a CCD Camera in Your Own Backyard (2002) Paperback
    $61.90
  • Ccd's in Astronomy: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Tucson, Arizona, 6-8 September 1989 (Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, V. 8)
    Ccd's in Astronomy: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Tucson, Arizona, 6-8 September 1989 (Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, V. 8)
    $27.50
CCD Astronomy



CCD Astronomy Articles

  • What is CCD Astronomy?

    What is CCD Astronomy?

    Monday, March 24th
    CCDs or Charge-Coupled Devices have been around since 1969 and have been used in a number of different ways. They are made of silicone, just like the chips in a computer.
  • Astronomy Is Fun For The Whole Family

    Astronomy Is Fun For The Whole Family

    Monday, March 24th
    There are many reasons why astronomy is fun for the whole family. They can spend hours together looking at the stars and constellations. This is very beneficial for the c
  • The American Astronomical Society

    The American Astronomical Society

    Monday, March 24th
    The American Astronomical Society, or AAS, was founded in 1899 by Gregory Ellery Hale. Known as the "Astronomical and Astrophysical Society of America until 1915," the AA
  • The Durable Dobsonian Telescope

    The Durable Dobsonian Telescope

    Monday, March 24th
    The Dobsonian, a reflector telescope, is a favorite of stargazers due to its low cost as compared to other telescopes. Named after John Dobson, the astronomer and telesco
  • The Cassegrain Telescope

    The Cassegrain Telescope

    Monday, March 24th
    The Cassegrain telescope is named after its inventor, Laurent Cassegrain, who came up with the design in the late 1600’s. A Catholic Priest and professor, he published