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on 15 March 2010
I'm very happy with this book, and dip into it regularly, but the one thing it is'nt in my opinion is an atlas. I've seen several great books for finding stars and such ('Turn left at Orion' is a classy example of this type) but this one fills in for nights too cold or cloudy to use the telescope. Great pictures, interesting history and a little science about what the objects are, what they contain and a history of the man himself. I found it great value for money, and would recommend it very highly, but not as a star gazers guide.
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