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100 Things to See in the Southern Night Sky

From Planets and Satellites to Meteors and Constellations, Your Guide to Stargazing

By Dean Regas | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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A handy field guide for the optimum stargazing experience, whether you're travelling, camping, or in your own backyard!

The night sky is full of amazing things to see, from shooting stars and constellations, to planets and satellites, but it can be hard to tell what you're seeing, or where to... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
01 Aug 2018
Author(s)
Dean Regas
Publisher
Adams Media Corporation
ISBN-13
9781507207802
Dimensions
140mm x 214mm x 15mm
Series
100 Things to See
Pages
224
Format
Paperback
Release Date
01 Aug 2018
Author(s)
Dean Regas
Publisher
Adams Media Corporation
ISBN-13
9781507207802
Dimensions
140mm x 214mm x 15mm
Series
100 Things to See
Pages
224

Ships in 6-14 days
International Version

$28.99
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08 Aug 2018

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Some may remember the old editions of ‘planispheres‘ that were a round disc shape and you aligned the date on the disc which then showed an image of the Southern night sky and what you would expect to see in stars and constellations on that particular date. It was a great tool for star-gazers and those that were new to a telescope. This new book replaces what the planispheres did and will become a great tool to use with younger members of your family to discover, explore and name what they see in the night sky. It is designed for both a small telescope but also what can be seen with the naked eye. Discover planets, satellites, meteors, constellations and all things involved in star-gazing! I particularly like this edition as it is relevant for us here in the Southern hemisphere and includes ability ranges from easy through to more challenging night sky searches.

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