Long shot: I'm wondering if anyone knows of a book that presents modern, "positive" image counterparts (even better if they're in color) of the galaxies found in the original Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, by Halton Arp. (I have a copy of the Kanipe and Webb book about the Arp Atlas). The original images, for research purposes apparently, were all presented as negatives of photos (white background, black stars and objects). I did find a website that has something like what I'm looking for (338arps.com). There is no contact information on either that site nor his other site, dickmillerimages.com, and as far as I can tell he may no longer be alive.
So, bottom line: A book showing modern, preferably (but not necessarily) color, positive image counterparts of the negative images found in the Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, by Halton Arp.
Edited by John Verderame, 25 September 2021 - 07:03 PM.