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Galaxies and Nebulae – What They Really Look Like — 2 Comments

  1. In fact, the whole idea of the book Turn Left at Orion is to use sketch drawings of how these things look in a small telescope, as a way of guiding the amateur astronomer to the right object. There are a whole slew of these images at the, alas underutilized, web site here:
    As the co-author of this book I feel free to brag about it because virtually all the wonderful sketches are not by me but by my co-author, Dan Davis

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