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    Default Re: Interstellarum Deep Sky Guide



    Hello all,

    the Deep Sky Guide release is announced for the 11th June.
    Price is EUR 79.90 (desk top edition, not dew proof), field edition (dew proof) EUR 149.90
    2,363 objects North and South (more than 6,000 in total marked on the maps)
    1672 photos composits
    832 drawings
    266 pages

    Here is the page 36, as an example https://abenteuer-astronomie.de/deep...er-konkurrenz/

    Here is the comparison with the „Night Sky Observer’s Guide“ (NSOG), as written by Ronald Stoyan,
    https://abenteuer-astronomie.de/deep...er-konkurrenz/

    The edition of the Deep Sky Guide has been funded with the pre-orders.

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    Default Re: Interstellarum Deep Sky Guide

    I have seen this but the price is much more JG...$300+.
    Am I looking in the wrong place? I would like to order it but I don't to make a mistake.
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    Default Re: Interstellarum Deep Sky Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleheaf View Post
    I have seen this but the price is much more JG...$300+.
    Am I looking in the wrong place? I would like to order it but I don't to make a mistake.
    Hello Mark,

    here is the link to put the pre-order, https://www.astroshop.de/himmelsatla...-guide/p,56516 for EUR 79.90 (desk top edition, not dew proof)
    Link to the Oculum Publishing is here https://www.oculum-verlag.de/detailview?no=9903

    Hoping this helps,

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    Default Re: Interstellarum Deep Sky Guide

    Thank you JG. I have just spoken to the nice folks at Cambridge. The June pub date is for the UK. US date is in Sept.
    But they will ship me one of the UK editions in June.
    And the cost is in line with what you mention above.

    This looks like a fine addition to my IDSA. :-)
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    Default Re: Interstellarum Deep Sky Guide

    Hello Mark,

    so via U.K. you will be the first one to have the Deep Sky Guide in the U.S.
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    Default Re: Interstellarum Deep Sky Guide

    From the sounds of it I am not the only one. :-)
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    Default Re: Interstellarum Deep Sky Guide

    I've seen pricing all over the place for this one. From around $80 US all the way to near $200 US for the desk edition. The link JG posted is the best price I've seen thus far. A few of the smaller British book dealers seem to be having fair pricing also.
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    Default Re: Interstellarum Deep Sky Guide

    thanks for links
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    Default Re: Interstellarum Deep Sky Guide

    The quite nice concept attracted me. So...I ordered one. Delivery end of june.
    It should make a great couple together with the IDSA, which is my standard atlas nowadays. These two and the R.Stoyan Deep Sky Reiseführer are the perfect companions on my holiday location. Sky Safari 6 is my buddy at the finder of the telescope.
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    Default Re: Interstellarum Deep Sky Guide

    Just wanted to bump this up for those stateside, as it's all over the supposed release date. I have mine on preorder, but have heard no official word of actually shipping times.
    https://www.cloudynights.com/topic/6...guide-is-here/
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