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For Sale: Learn CCD Imaging with The New CCD Astronomy!

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The New CCD Astronomy
by Ron Wodaski

Two years in the research and writing, The New CCD Astronomy is finally here. Learn everything you've always wanted to know about CCD imaging, from equipment selection to focusing to processing. Comments for readers are enthusiastic; take a look at the recent postings in the book's discussion group:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ccd-newastro/

For complete information about the book, including a link to a free sample chapter, please see:

http://www.newastro.com

To place an order:
http://www.newastro.com/newastro/order.asp

Or call 206-399-3158 between 9am and 6pm Pacific time to order by phone. The book is $49.95 plus shipping. We can ship overseas with no hassles.

The book is 488 pages in an oversized 8.5x11" format, and is packed with tutorials, product reviews, step-by-step tutorials, and hundreds of illustrations and examples. Take a look at what readers are saying about the book:

http://www.newastro.com/newastro/info/reader_comments.asp

You are also invited to participate in the Yahoo discussion group set up for the book, at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ccd-newastro/
 

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