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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #107142

For Sale: Group of 3 Astronomy Books, all for $8

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A group of 3 astronomy books: (1) Flaste, Richard; Holcomb Noble; Walter Sullivan, and John Noble Wilford "The New York Times Guide to the Return of Halley's Comet" published by Times Books, 1985. ISBN:0812911482. The 244 page softbound book is in very good condition, clean with no page tears or pen marks, and a strong binding. The history, lore, and scientific significance of Halley's Comet. (2) Wagoner, Robert V. And Donald W. Goldsmith "Cosmic Horizons, Understanding the Universe" published by the Stanford Alumni Association, 1982. ISBN:0916318088. The 197 page softbnound book is in very good condition, clean with no page tears or pen marks, and a strong binding. A study of the Universe as a whole. (3) Lundquist, Charles A. "Skylab's Astronomy and Space Sciences, NASA SP-404" published by NASA, 1979. The 122 page hardbound book is in very good condition, clean inside and out. No dust jacket, but pictoral cloth covers. Magazine sized, nicely illustrated throughout. All three available as a group for $8 plus $3 postage (Media Mail within the US). If interested, please email to reserve. Thanks.

Dave


 

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