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on 16 July 2013
As someone who enjoys reading and finding out about space this is a must. Absolutely stunning pictures some i've seen before but many new 1's.
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on 18 February 2013
A substantial tome. Great photos of the cosmos. My uni daughter doing astro physics enjoys reading and seeing the stunning pics of our cosmos
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on 28 July 2015
Glossy, beautifully illustrated Atlas with very informative text. The usual high NGS cartography standard has gone into producing detailed maps of the planets and moons of the Solar System. And the graphics depicting the Milky Way, the local group and the farthest reaches of the Universe are all of the same standard. As another reviewer has mentioned a fold flat lay out would have been appreciated for most of the maps. But still a highly recommended Atlas.
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on 9 January 2013
I am a keen astronomer and this book is full of interesting facts, packed full of detail and full of amazing photos. This book will suit any level of astronomy and if you are amazed when you look up into the night sky and wonder what it is you are looking at, then I highly recommend this book.
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on 4 March 2015
Great imagery. Very pleased.
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on 7 March 2014
Knowing National Geographic were responsible for the Atlas it seemed an ideal addition to my library of space books, maps & atlases - how mistaken am I.
How did anyone at NG think that not having pull out maps of planets, as in the NG magazine, would be acceptable!

The book is tightly bound and while the pictures may be colourful too much of the subject is lost if attempting to see the sections that are hidden in the fold.
Shame on NG for producing and sell such an awful representation of such an inspiring subject.
My advice don't buy this book ........
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on 4 June 2015
Great!
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