The constellations

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Doubleday, Nov 1, 1988 - Nature - 411 pages
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Explains the history, mythology, and science that make up the discipline of astronomy. Every constellation, from Andromeda to Virgo, is discussed and every important star, from Betelgeuse to Sirius, is explored.

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The constellations

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This book combines several different methods of discussing the constellations and offers hints for locating them and some of their more notable stars. Further, it gives the mythological background for ... Read full review

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Although this book is old it is a great resource for the amateur astronomer. It covers all the constellations and the myths and points of interest in the night sky. It also covers basic concepts in ... Read full review

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two Ursa Major and Ursa Minor
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