Collins Stargazing: Beginners guide to astronomy

Collins Stargazing: Beginners guide to astronomy

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Illustrated | English
ISBN13: 9780008196271
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A brilliant introductory guide to the night sky, from the astronomers of the Royal Observatory Greenwich.

Offering complete advice from the ground up, Stargazing is the perfect manual for beginners to astronomy - introducing the world of telescopes, planets, stars, dark skies and celestial maps.

Discover how to tackle light pollution, how to stargaze with just your eyes, and what equipment is best for beginners.

Astronomy experts Radmila Topalovic and Tom Kerss explain the best ways to plan your stargazing experience and the key things to look out for on specific dates throughout the year.

With seasonal star charts, constellation charts and facts about our Solar System, Stargazing is packed of useful information and guidance for both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

Bridging the gap between human curiosity and the need for scientific expertise, Stargazing allows a complete novice to understand our place in the cosmos and enjoy the beautiful and extraordinary wonders of the night sky.

The perfect companion to the best-selling Guide to the Night Sky from Collins, Stargazing is a great way to get started in the fascinating world of astronomy.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 224
Item Height 13 mm
Item Width 149 mm
Item Weight 340 Gram
Product Dimensions 149 x 13 x 209
Publisher Collins
Format Illustrated | 224

`A perfect book for anyone looking to start a new hobby or simply have a better understanding of our Universe.'- Firetrench

The Royal Observatory, Greenwich is the home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Prime Meridian of the World, making it the official starting point for each new day and year.

Radmila Topalovic is Astronomy programmes officer at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. She holds a PhD in space dust.

Tom Kerss is Lead Astronomy Education Officer at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich.