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The Amateur Astronomer by Patrick Moore
By Frank Dutton 1/6/2013
1957 edition!

Book Review - Objects in the Heavens
By John Kramer 1/16/2012
Backyard stargazers have plenty of objects to enjoy; the challenge comes in selecting viable targets for your aperture and knowing where to find those celestial targets in the heavens. Objects in the Heavens (5th edition) aims to help solve that problem for amateur astronomers.

Practical Astronomy with your Calculator or Spreadsheet, 4th ed.
By Michael Coren 11/6/2011
Go figure.

Star Testing Astronomical Telescopes Second Edition
By Ed Moreno 12/29/2009
The Myth dispelled...

A review of The Cambridge Star Atlas
By Ed Moreno 1/28/2009
An overlooked classic? Or a better way to see the sky?

Getting in the Zone of Astro Imaging
By Max Corneau 1/5/2008
If you're serious about taking your astrophotography to the next level, try stopping off in The Zone on your way to that place. Ron Wodaski's latest book on image processing is well worth the investment for the serious imager.

Illustrated Guide to Astronomical Wonders
By Dennis O'Day 11/24/2007
Barbara and Robert have done it again!

Star Watch – The Amateur Astronomer’s Guide to Finding, Observing, and Learning about Over 125 Celestial Objects – by Philip S. Harrington
By Timm Bottoni 12/28/2006
Do you have a telescope but don’t know what to look at, or where to find it? Are you interested in learning about the objects in the night sky? For the amateur astronomer, nothing is more important than learning your way around the universe, and this book is one of the best places to start.

Humanity: A Story With Alternative Futures
By Max Corneau 12/9/2006
Humanity: The Chimpanzees Who Would Be Ants provides tremendous insights into the past and provides several alternative futures for the reader to consider. A must read for those frozen, cloudy Winter nights.

The Urban Astronomer's Guide by Rod Mollise
By Timm Bottoni 10/27/2006
Light pollution got you down? Pick up a copy of Uncle Rod's new book to cheer you up.

Popular Optics
By Lee Spain 8/23/2006
Have haze, clouds, and foul weather forced you indoors? Are you going stir crazy? Here is a book with lots of project ideas.

Sky & Telescope's new Pocket Sky Atlas
By Warren Bitters 4/29/2006
Sky & Telescope has come up with a winner in their new Pocket Sky Atlas

NightWatch and The Backyard Astronomer’s Guide
By Timm Bottoni 12/14/2005
Two books no amateur astronomer should be without.

Deep Sky Objects The best and the brightest from 40 Years of Comet Chasing.
By David Levy 11/16/2005
Just published by Prometheus Books (11/05)

Introduction to Digital Astrophotography
By Rusty Keeney 8/15/2005
A Void Filled (and Very Well, Too!)

The Night Sky Observer’s Guide
By Ed Moreno 7/13/2005
By George Robert Kepple and Glen Sanner

The Constellations Pocket Guide by Richard Dibon-Smith
By Tom Nicolaides 2/4/2005
Richard Dibon-Smith has adpated his Constellations web site into a small, easy-to-use book that's perfect for bringing into the field with you.

Exploring the Night Sky with Binoculars by Patrick Moore.
By Charles P. Sands 1/9/2005

Atlas of the Constellations by Paolo Candy
By Paul Walsh 1/5/2005
So many people say they would just like to learn the constellations. Here is a great handbook to do just that - and learn italian at the same time :-)

Review: Celestron, the Early Years
By Rod Mollise 10/23/2004
Think back—way back. While your friends were dreaming of minibikes, massive 8-track stereos, Corvettes and make-out parties were you drooling over White Tube C10s, C16s and (gosh) C22s?

Maps of Time: An Introduction To Big History By David Christian
By Max Corneau 9/21/2004
This 634 page tome is well worth the reading effort. Dr. Christian's "big history" work carries the reader from the origins of the universe to the fate of man beyond Earth.

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