An attractive case houses three components of a complete guide to sky watching. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Astronomy contains 200 photographs and the latest information on stars. The Pocket Guide to Stars and Planets helps with identification, while a 45-minute cassette leads the observer around the night sky.
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