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Presents a practical hour-by-hour tracker, with a full-colour season-by-season guide to exploring the skies. Major constellations are used as signposts to navigate the night sky, introducing the novice astronomer to the joys of stargazing. The wallet contains illustrated step-by-step instructions on how to use the planisphere.
Philips Month-By-Month Stargazing 2018 book is a month-by-month guide to the northern-hemisphere night sky for 2018, written by the internationally known astronomy writers and broadcasters Heather Couper and Nigel Henbest. This 96-page book includes night sky maps, a monthly calendar of moon phases and events, an optical equipment guide, and much more.
This large-format map shows more than 500 physical features - craters, seas, mountain ranges, peaks, valleys and rilles and the landing sites of unmanned and manned spacecraft. There are tips on observation, explanations of the moons phases, and a small map of the dark side of the moon.
Fully revised and now in its third edition, Philips Night Sky Atlas by Robin Scagell is a practical star atlas that can be used anywhere in the world, any time of year. It features a sturdy, damp-proof binding, making it ideal for backyard astronomers, and contains all the maps you need to learn your way around the night sky. The eight sky maps together
This definitive guide to stargazing with binoculars provides invaluable advice on what equipment to buy, how to find objects in the sky, and what to expect based on your equipment and location. ‘Stargazing with Binoculars’ also includes easy-to-use maps covering the whole sky.
Mark Thompson has spent 30 years observing the night sky and has introduced many newcomers to the fascinating hobby of astronomy. In this book, he describes his stargazing experiences and shares a wealth of practical knowledge, together with many valuable hints and tips. Not only does Mark demonstrate great observational techniques and how to find the brighter
Philips Complete Guide to Stargazing by Robin Scagell is an inspiring introduction to astronomy, providing all the information you need to explore the night sky. It goes into depth about the equipment you can use, giving practical advice on what to choose and what you can expect to see, with photographs, observational drawings, star charts, and constellation