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  1. Telescopes and Techniques: An Introduction to Practical Astronomy
  2. Lunar Meteoroid Impacts and How to Observe Them

    Lunar Meteoroid Impacts and How to Observe Them

    $34.95

    - The first truly comprehensive book about lunar meteorites and how amateur and practical astronomers can observe them - Describes how amateur and practical astronomers can support (and even compete with) professional astronomers in this field - Recounts the events leading up to the scientific recognition of previously suspected LTP phenomena - Equips readers with the resources to observe "geology in the making" on a Moon once assumed to be geologically dead - Highlights the risk of asteroid impacts here on Earth and the impact risk to astronauts on the lunar surface
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  3. Jupiter and How to Observe It

    Jupiter and How to Observe It

    $39.95

    - Up-to-date information for amateur astronomers who want to know all about Jupiter - Hugely practical guide details observation techniques for practical astronomers, working with a range of different instruments - Reviews the latest findings and satellite observations of Jupiter - Lavishly illustrated with superb pictures of Jupiter made the author, who then explains to the reader how to arrive at such beautiful results
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  4. Saturn and How to Observe It

    Saturn and How to Observe It

    $39.95

    Modern comprehensive review of the formation, astronomy, and structure of Saturn and its ring system, and observing techniques for amateurs
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  5. The Sun and How to Observe It

    The Sun and How to Observe It

    $34.95

    - Contains the latest, up-to-date information on techniques that amateur astronomers can use to observe the Sun - Explains the very latest thinking on solar physics in mostly non-mathematical terms - Includes details on the newest Hydrogen-alpha and Calcium-K line telescopes now available at affordable prices
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  6. Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto and How to Observe Them

    Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto and How to Observe Them

    $34.95

    - Contains a distillation of our current knowledge of Uranus, Neptune, Pluto…and the 10th planet - Many new observing projects for different sizes of telescopes (from 4-inch-) - Includes details on how to image cloud features on Uranus - Describes how to accurately measure and record the brightness of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto - Gives examples of contributions by owners of modest (and some large) aperture telescopes - Includes finder charts for Uranus and Neptune
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  7. Galaxies and How to Observe Them

    Galaxies and How to Observe Them

    $32.95

    The book combines the physical background on the nature and data of galaxies, the relevant instrumentation and viewing techniques, and finally the targets and their individual appearance in telescopes of various apertures.
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  8. The Night Sky Observer's Guide Vol. 1: Autumn & Winter

    The Night Sky Observer's Guide Vol. 1: Autumn & Winter

    $34.95

    CONSTELLATIONS COVERED Andromeda, Aquarius, Aries, Auriga,Camelopardalis, Cancer, Canis Major, Canis Minor, Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Cetus, Columba, Eridanus, Fornax, Gemini, Lacerta, Lepus, Lynx, Monoceros, Orion, Pegasus, Perseus, Pisces, Piscis Austrinus, Puppis, Pyxis, Sculptor, Taurus, and Triangulum. Learn More
  9. The Moon and How to Observe It
  10. The Radio Sky and How to Observe It

    The Radio Sky and How to Observe It

    $34.95

    - Provides all the background material needed to appreciate and understand the astronomy of the major radio sources that are observable by amateurs - Contains the information necessary to build and use a low cost backyard radio telescope - No previous experience in electronics is required - Gives plans for a simple ’cook-book’ radio telescope that can be built in a weekend!
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