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Book Review - Objects in the Heavens

Posted by John Kramer 01/16/2012 12:00AM

Book Review - Objects in the Heavens

Backyard stargazers have plenty of objects to enjoy; the challenge comes in selecting viable targets for your aperture and knowing where to find those celestial targets in the heavens. Objects in the Heavens (5th edition) aims to help solve that problem for amateur astronomers.

A review of The Cambridge Star Atlas

Posted by Ed Moreno 01/28/2009 12:00AM

An overlooked classic? Or a better way to see the sky?

Getting in the Zone of Astro Imaging

Posted by Max Corneau 01/05/2008 12:00AM

Getting in the Zone of Astro Imaging

If you're serious about taking your astrophotography to the next level, try stopping off in The Zone on your way to that place. Ron Wodaski's latest book on image processing is well worth the investment for the serious imager.

Illustrated Guide to Astronomical Wonders

Posted by Dennis O'Day 11/24/2007 12:18PM

Barbara and Robert have done it again!

Star Watch – The Amateur Astronomer’s Guide to Finding, Observing, and Learning about Over 125 Celestial Objects – by Philip S. Harrington

Posted by Timm Bottoni 12/28/2006 12:00AM

Star Watch – The Amateur Astronomer’s Guide to Finding, Observing, and Learning about Over 125 Celestial Objects – by Philip S. Harrington

Do you have a telescope but don’t know what to look at, or where to find it? Are you interested in learning about the objects in the night sky? For the amateur astronomer, nothing is more important than learning your way around the universe, and this book is one of the best places to start.

Humanity: A Story With Alternative Futures

Posted by Max Corneau 12/09/2006 12:34PM

Humanity: A Story With Alternative Futures

Humanity: The Chimpanzees Who Would Be Ants provides tremendous insights into the past and provides several alternative futures for the reader to consider. A must read for those frozen, cloudy Winter nights.

The Urban Astronomer's Guide by Rod Mollise

Posted by Timm Bottoni 10/27/2006 12:00AM

The Urban Astronomer's Guide by Rod Mollise

Light pollution got you down? Pick up a copy of Uncle Rod's new book to cheer you up.

Popular Optics

Posted by Lee Spain 08/23/2006 09:11PM

Popular Optics

Have haze, clouds, and foul weather forced you indoors? Are you going stir crazy? Here is a book with lots of project ideas.

Sky & Telescope's new Pocket Sky Atlas

Posted by Warren Bitters 04/29/2006 12:00AM

Sky & Telescope has come up with a winner in their new Pocket Sky Atlas

NightWatch and The Backyard Astronomer’s Guide

Posted by Timm Bottoni 12/14/2005 12:00AM

NightWatch and The Backyard Astronomer’s Guide

Two books no amateur astronomer should be without.

Introduction to Digital Astrophotography

Posted by Rusty Keeney 08/15/2005 12:00AM

A Void Filled (and Very Well, Too!)