By: Gregory Matloff
A complete guide for the amateur astronomer living in an urban or suburban center... The Urban Astronomer. If you think a trip to the country is necessary to observe celestial objects, take a second look. Viewing the sky from an urban location can be just as fun and educational - if you know how to go about it. The Urban Astronomer shows amateur and more advanced astronomers the best ways and times to observe celestial objects from a city or suburban environment.
Are Those Lights in the Skies Stars?; Patterns in the Sky; Astronomer's Eyes; Goddess of the Night; Wandering Stars: The Planets of Our Solar System; Unusual Stars; To View the Sun--and the Dragon That Stalks It; Visitors in the Sky; Chapter References and Notes; Resources for the Urban Astronomer: To See Farther; Glossary of Astronomical Terms; Appendices; Index.
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