"See it all!" Astonomer's Handbook
Paperback. Information on 280 celestial objects. Colorful images, detailed star charts, commentaries.
“See it all” is a must read for any stargazer, whether amateur or professional. This book will introduce you to the fascinating world of astronomy.
In the book you will find a lot of interesting and useful information, everything you need to know about telescopes and cosmos in general. It’s easy to read and doesn’t contain too many technicalities. That’s why it’s a good choice for beginners.
"See it all!" has exceptionally beautiful colorful illustrations, so it makes a great present for your child.
If you are going to buy a telescope, you might be a little confused by the wide choice available. But no worries! From the first few chapters you will learn more about telescopes and their design. It will help you choose the right telescope that meets all your needs.
The later chapters contain detailed information about the celestial sphere itself, 280 objects for observations, commentaries and illustrations.
After reading this book you will feel like you are a professional stargazer and that you had been doing it all your life.
Author: A.A. Shimbalev
Published in 2011-2013
Published with the help of Levenhuk Ltd.
Jan 6, 2011
It's pretty much the only choice.Pros:
Strong Construction,CompactCons: Comments:
This is pretty much the only choice for reticle eyepieces and for finder scopes. And it is only available here. I did purchase another brand a while back that had a flashing feature but it was big, bulky, and broke after first use.
It would be nice for these things to turn off automatically after a few hours of non use. I just can't seem to remember to turn them off and I'm always replacing batteries.
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