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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Astronomy - Software > Classified #245280

For Sale: Atlas of the Moon -- Antonin Rukl (RARE)

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A truly amazing out-of-print collector’s volume entitled, "ATLAS OF THE MOON" by Antonin Rukl. ISBN: 0-600-57190-4. Hardcover format with dust jacket. 224 pages with numerous lunar maps, charts and photographs.

This copy is MINT and unmarked. It appears like it just came off the printing press!!

First published in German in Prague in 1990, it was then published in English in Great Britain in 1991 by Paul Hamlyn Publishing. It was later republished in the USA in 1996 by Kalmbach Publishing Co. The English versions sold out within the first year of their respective publication dates and the book has never been reprinted and made available. It is now very, very difficult to locate....almost impossible.

A fantastic reference for amateur and professional observers of the moon. Contains highly detailed lunar maps of the near side of the moon presented in 76 sections. In addition, there are detailed photographs (with descriptions) of areas of particular interest to lunar observers plus a map of the far side of the moon, which is unobservable from the earth.

This is a book you will use time and time again and refer to often.

$ 150.00. Price includes shipping and insurance.

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