Atlas of the night sky

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Crescent Books, Mar 14, 1988 - Nature - 80 pages
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A practical atlas of planets and stars, including a complete series of Northern and Southern hemisphere Epoch 2000.0 star maps and a detailed, illustrated analysis of all eighty-eight constellations, with additional sections considering the sun, the moon,

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Collins atlas of the night sky

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This large-format atlas, published in collaboration with the Smithsonian, covers the entire night sky-all 88 constellations-using a series of charts specifically commissioned for the project and ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction Celestial coordinates
4
Constellation maps 2467
24
The Sun
68
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About the author (1988)

Storm Dunlop is an experienced writer on meteorology and astronomy. He is a Fellow of both the Royal Astronomical Society and the Royal Meteorological Society, and the photographic editor of the journal, Weather. He is also past president of the British Astronomical Association and has given many
lectures and talks on all aspects of meteorology and astronomy.

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