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Simple Stargazing

Popular Science Out of Print
By: Anton Vamplew
160 pages, colour illus
Publisher: HarperCollins
Simple Stargazing
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  • Simple Stargazing ISBN: 9780007203956 Hardback Dec 2005 Out of Print #156650
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A first-time skywatcher's guide from bright new talent, BBC Blue Peter astronomer, Anton Vamplew. Working at the planetarium in Greenwich, Anton has met hundreds of enthusiastic but utterly bemused beginners of all ages, and has made sense of the night sky for them. In this book he introduces the night sky just as if he were by your side, pointing everything out. And contrary to popular belief, you don't need any expensive equipment to start skygazing. Anton takes you through all the things you can discover with just the naked eye.

The book is suitable for use in the northern and southern hemispheres - two sections give equal coverage to where to start and what you can see wherever you are in the world, whenever.

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Anton has been the BBC Blue Peter astronomer for eight years, teaches GCSE astronomy, tours schools, gives lectures at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich and produces a 'live' fortnightly as astronomy section on the BBC 7 Big Toe Radio Show. Increasingly, he is quoted in The Times and other broadsheets in astronomical news stories, and is currently appearing on BBC4 and Radio 4. He is illustrating as well as writing this book, and you can check out his award-winning website at www
Popular Science Out of Print
By: Anton Vamplew
160 pages, colour illus
Publisher: HarperCollins
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