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50 Things To See With A Small Telescope
ASIN번호 0615826717
상품상태 New   
상품구분 Books / Science & Math / Paperback
총페이지수 74 Pages
판매자 Amazon.com
판매자위치 미국
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$11.22
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상품설명
Review This delightful book covers the 50 things to see and some of them are: 'North Star, Venus, Orion Nebula, Mars, Jupiter, The Milky Way, Comets, the International Space Station, and even birds'. Just a fascinating read for me which I will go back and refer to after my telescope is purchased. At the end of the book there are schedules for total solar eclipses and Constellation maps for the Northern Hemisphere. I would say that this is an excellent as well as educational book for all ages! - Top 500 Amazon Reviewer I have read many astronomy books and I have to say this one is special. It is fun to read with very useful navigation sky charts pinpointing the targets relative to the star patterns. The book doesn't give false expectation of visual astronomy by showing colorful DSO images. The whole presentation is simple but concise. Best if one can make reference to Stellarium or SkySafari as reading along. A virtual sky tour! Very outstanding book indeed.  - Amazon Customer (anonymous review of the Southern Hemisphere edition) As a complete beginner with a telescope, I found this book to be very helpful. It is very simple to read and the celestial locations are detailed and easy to spot. The book will open you up to a whole universe of beautiful galaxies and nebulae, when you're ready to go beyond just the moon and planets. Seeing the Andromeda Galaxy, Crab Nebula, Orion, Bodies and the Cigar Galaxy were spectacular, utilizing this book. - Amazon Customer Read more From the Author 50 Things to See with a Small Telescope is available in the following languages: EnglishFrenchSpanishPortugueseGermanHindiJapaneseDutchRussianItalianPlease click on the Author's page link to view these international editions.A special Southern Hemisphere Edition is also available for those living south of the equator.  Read more See all Editorial Reviews








상품설명
Review This delightful book covers the 50 things to see and some of them are: 'North Star, Venus, Orion Nebula, Mars, Jupiter, The Milky Way, Comets, the International Space Station, and even birds'. Just a fascinating read for me which I will go back and refer to after my telescope is purchased. At the end of the book there are schedules for total solar eclipses and Constellation maps for the Northern Hemisphere. I would say that this is an excellent as well as educational book for all ages! - Top 500 Amazon Reviewer I have read many astronomy books and I have to say this one is special. It is fun to read with very useful navigation sky charts pinpointing the targets relative to the star patterns. The book doesn't give false expectation of visual astronomy by showing colorful DSO images. The whole presentation is simple but concise. Best if one can make reference to Stellarium or SkySafari as reading along. A virtual sky tour! Very outstanding book indeed.  - Amazon Customer (anonymous review of the Southern Hemisphere edition) As a complete beginner with a telescope, I found this book to be very helpful. It is very simple to read and the celestial locations are detailed and easy to spot. The book will open you up to a whole universe of beautiful galaxies and nebulae, when you're ready to go beyond just the moon and planets. Seeing the Andromeda Galaxy, Crab Nebula, Orion, Bodies and the Cigar Galaxy were spectacular, utilizing this book. - Amazon Customer Read more From the Author 50 Things to See with a Small Telescope is available in the following languages: EnglishFrenchSpanishPortugueseGermanHindiJapaneseDutchRussianItalianPlease click on the Author's page link to view these international editions.A special Southern Hemisphere Edition is also available for those living south of the equator.  Read more See all Editorial Reviews




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