Annals of the Deep Sky Vol. 4 by Jeff Kanipe and Dennis Webb
We now have available the latest volume of the Annals of the Deep Sky series by Jeff Kanipe and Dennis Webb. Volume 4 courses its way through the “C” constellations, highlighting Canis Minor, Capricornus, Carina, and Cassiopeia. There is an extended section describing the massive luminous blue variable star Eta Carinae, which erupted in the year 1842 and briefly became the second brightest star in the entire sky. The book also delves in detail into the surrounding Eta Carinae nebula, the largest known star-forming region in the Milky Way. For Cassiopeia there is an interesting section about the supernova in 1572 and a brief biography about its discoverer, Tycho Brahe.
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