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By: Neil Bone(Author)
224 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations
Provides a practical introduction to deep sky observing, for beginners and more advanced observers. This book contains descriptions of more than 200 deep sky objects, suitable for users of binoculars and small telescopes. Finder charts help to locate the more difficult objects, and a set of star maps is annotated with all the targets described.
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Neil Bone was Director of the British Astronomical Association Meteor Section and winner of the British Astronomical Association's Merlin Medal for his contribution to the advancement of astronomy. Neil died in April 2009 - a team of his friends and colleagues have completed the updates that he began for this revised edition.
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