By Dinah L. Moché
For a iteration, Astronomy: A Self-Teaching Guide has brought thousands of readers world wide to the evening sky. Now this vintage beginner's consultant has been thoroughly revised to carry it modern with the most recent discoveries.
Updated with the most recent, such a lot actual details and greater than a hundred new photographs and photographs, this 7th variation features:
- Web web site addresses all through for the simplest colour photos and astronomy assets online
- Technical rules made easy with out mathematics
- A appealing new full-color, sleek insert with awesome astro-images
- An interactive structure with studying objectives, experiences, self-tests, and solutions for speedy learning
- Five novices' famous person and Moon maps for enjoyable stargazing
Dinah L. Moché, Ph.D., is Professor of Physics and Astronomy on the urban collage of latest York. An award-winning writer and lecturer, her books have offered over ten million copies in seven languages.
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