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: Regards - Max Schutte : ----------------------------------------------------------- : Why does DOS never say "EXCELLENT command or file name " ? (435KB) (460KB) The entire NGC list, including Dreyer's descriptions. Contact |. > > Anyone know of a place to find a messier catalog in spreadsheet or table > > format?

His dedication was discovering and observing comets, and he found indeed 13 and succeeded in 7 more independent co-discoveries. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1AwxllyVsUnwGt2m7mX35qJf1eWLZPwC4fo5kcz7XhUM/edit?usp=sharing.

It works I honestly don't care about the Astronomical League pin, but I might add those columns in case I ever change my mind (which I probably won't lol). ((navigator.appName == "Microsoft Internet Explorer") && Alternatively, if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav1n=MSFPpreload("../_derived/home_cmp_astro-tom-theme110_hbtn.gif"); MSFPnav1h=MSFPpreload("../_derived/home_cmp_astro-tom-theme110_hbtn_a.gif"); } function MSFPpreload(img) Charles Messier. Cluster M3 Canies Venatici Map 6, 7 Glob. Today, most Messier objects are easy to find with a small telescope. Because he did not at all care about other objects in the sky, he compiled a list that would help him not to run in these objects again. For last year observation, I had made similar list in Excel with slicer o fconstellations, rising time, magnitude. Is this :              available in electronic form that can be imported into :              EXCEL ? > Hi David > I've seen a post from someone here mentioning that they had created a list > like this, but since it was geared towards MS Windows (I generally use > Linux) I didn't save the reference. Copy and use if you want. The Messier catalog contains more than 100 objects - galaxies, star clusters, nebulae, and others. The common name in parentheses is just the main object involved...I know Orion is M42 and Andromeda is M31, so I'm not going to confuse them. Charles Messier was an astronomer who lived from 1730 to 1817. I had a hard time finding a nice Messier list so I made this spreadsheet to help me organize and track my progress. Cluster M6 Scorpius Map 10, 13 Butterfly Cluster Open Cluster 2,000 M7 Scorpius Map 10, 13 Open … Assistant Treasurer - Astronomy Ireland ************************************************************************ An Amateur Astronomer By Night        * Astronomy Ireland welcomes new * An Accounts Clerk By Day              * members whatever your level of * Always An Irishman                    * interest in astronomy. Today, most Messier objects are easy to find with a small telescope. you can use OpenOffice.org Does it already exist ? Anyhow it is proving to be a good learning exercise. } >             Anyhow it is proving to be a good learning exercise. I am going to start tracking my progress towards knocking out the entire Messier Catalog. | Home | What features have you included ? All photographs, text and web pages are © Copyright 1970 - 2020 by Fred Espenak, unless otherwise noted. Copyright | Question 3 - The fun part is writing up the macros to make it give me              what i need ? I've tried import NGC into lotus 123 the problem I found is parsing the data, because the fields are of unequal lenght the standard parse routine doesn't do the job. �� ,�[�a����ݚVav�|�� ���C����Fgv^>� This is the list of all the 110 objects listed in the Messier Catalogue with their designations in the New General Catalogue (NGC), traditional names, type and constellation. Recent Changes and Updates in the SEDS Messier Online Database. Studying objects at different magnifications and multiple observations is a worthy endeavor. You can use 1 supernova remnant, 4 planetary nebulae, and Virtual Messier: Graphic WWW interface to large Messier database, 2. -- Tim Poulsen Technical Writer Logical Operations, a division of Ziff-Davis Publishing. as a very functional, free alternative to Microsoft Excel. The site has many other catalogs (most of which will only be useful to researchers or professionals - IMHO). s�u�V�T05~�����owovx�Gb'j�v�y��IQ�T�K�����F�MU�6a[0�-�0&��a^��H�h�4YRyP4أ2���I���. Image Licensing | * ************************************************************************ Phone Astronomy Ireland on (01) 459 8883 Mon - Sat 10am-6pm            * Check out our web page: http://www.iol.ie/~ai                          * Astronomy Newsline: 1550-111-442 Calls cost 58p/min                    * ************************************************************************, 1. :              Anyhow it is proving to be a good learning exercise. It's just an FYI for me. The catalog contains In the process of his comet searches, Has anyone else done something similar ? The Messier objects are a set of 110 astronomical objects catalogued by the French astronomer Charles Messier in his Catalogue des Nébuleuses et des Amas d'Étoiles ("Catalogue of Nebulae and Star Clusters"). Because Messier was only interested in finding comets, he created a list of non-comet objects that frustrated his hunt for them. At least, it would be interesting for my Messier goodies list :) For me to using it more extensively, you had to point me to a native OS/2 program which can use it. original author (if known).

6 diffuse nebulae, I've now expanded it to include all the DSOs that are showing in the Pocket Sky Atlas and plan to add 200+ named and double stars soon. There are several one-of-a-kind objects in the catalog including 1 supernova remnant, 1 Milky Way patch, 1 double star, and 1 asterism. This serves as a real-time observing list where, for example, you could display only the Messier objects that you haven't previously observed, and sort based on altitude starting with those setting in the west to those rising in the east. But several forms exist, so maybe. Recent Images | The Messier Catalog was complied from 1758 to 1782 by French astronomer Charles Messier.

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