Andromeda-Cetus

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Dover Publications, 1978 - Science - 2138 pages
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Volume I of this comprehensive three-part guide to the thousands of celestial objects outside our solar system ranges from Andromeda through Cetus. Objects are grouped according to constellation, and their definitions feature names, coordinates, classifications, and physical descriptions. Additional notes offer fascinating historical information. Hundreds of visual aids. 1977 edition.

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Review: Burnham's Celestial Handbook: An Observer's Guide to the Universe Beyond the Solar System, Volume 1: Andromeda Through Cetus (Burnham's Celestial Handbook #1)

User Review  - John Neufeld - Goodreads

The book which sets the standard with visual observing. I pick this 3 volume set of tomes up (no other way to describe them as they are large, have lots of obscure detail and will teach you a great ... Read full review

Review: Burnham's Celestial Handbook: An Observer's Guide to the Universe Beyond the Solar System, Volume 1: Andromeda Through Cetus (Burnham's Celestial Handbook #1)

User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

Dated, but still useful. Read full review

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Robert Burnham works at "Astronomy" magazine and is a member of the American Astronomical Society and the American Geophysical Union. He is the author of "Advanced Skywatching,"" Exploring the Starry Sky," and "The Reader's Digest Children's Atlas of the Universe," He lives in Hales Corners, Wisconsin. Alan Dyer is the author of "The Backyard Astronomer's Guide," Jeff Kanipe is the author of "A Skywatcher's Year,"

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