RE: (IAAC) Uranometria

Hello Pierre,
you'd do some of us (including me) a great favor if you put off html mail
and configure your mailer to send simple ascii text mail. TIA.
For the Uranometria, there have been new data and more objects included.
Many of the data generally in use are much less acurate and correct than
is often assumed, and there are steadily efforts to improve this
situation. Just some reasons to bring out a new edition now and then,
especially if a new printing is necessary because old edition is sold
Best wishes,
  Hartmut Frommert <spider@seds.org, http://www.seds.org/~spider/>
    Maintainer of the Messier pages at SEDS:  http://www.seds.org/messier/
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