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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #116956

For Sale: The New CCD Astronomy book $49.95

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The New CCD Astronomy is a hands-on, practical guide to CCD imaging. You'll learn everything you need to know to take great images:

* How and why to select the right type of mount
* Which cameras and telescopes are best for beginners
* How to get the most out of the mount you have now
* How to achieve highest-quality focus
* How to manage your time efficiently
* How to process your images to get good science and/or great images

The New CCD Astronomy is filled with detailed tutorials and practical information. The book includes material for both beginning to advanced imagers. And if you are still thinking about CCD imaging, you'll get the information you need to help you make good choices about equipment and software.

Click on the link at the top of this ad to visit the book web site. See for yourself why The New CCD Astronomy has been getting rave reviews. Or respond to this ad for more information.

To order, call 206-399-3158 between 9am and 6pm Pacific time, or order online at the book web site (link at top of ad). Many of your favorite astro retailers also now carry the book in stock.

The book is 488 pages in a large, 8.5x11" format. It is $49.95 plus shipping. We can ship anywhere in the world.

The deep image of M42 below was taken recently by the author, Ron Wodaski. Visit the book web site to see more recent images.

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