Turn Left at Orion , 4th edition

Hundreds of Night Sky Objects to See in a Home Telescope - and How to Find Them

004e37f4_medium Author Dan M. Davis and Guy Consolmagno
Isbn 9780521153973
File size 82MB
Year 2011
Pages 256
Language English
File format PDF
Category Astronomy

Book Description:

"This is quite possibly the most inviting guidebook ever written to help people with binoculars and small telescopes find, view, understand, and, most of all, enjoy everything in the night sky from the Moon and planets to distant star clusters, nebulae, and galaxies. And if you think it's only for beginners, think again--every telescope owner should have a copy." Dennis di Cicco, Senior Editor, Sky & Telescope

"Since it first appeared in 1989, Turn Left at Orion has been an indispensable guidebook for the amateur astronomer possessing nothing more than a small backyard telescope. In this Fourth Edition, Guy Consolmagno and Dan Davis have revised, updated, and expanded its scope. This is not only an essential handbook for the novice, it's a useful reference for the seasoned backyard astronomer. Simply put, whatever your level of experience, you must have this book!" Glenn Chaple, Contributing Editor, Astronomy

 

 

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