Which Star Is That?

Discover and Observe Stars and Planets

Joachim Herrmann

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    Now completely revised
194x134x16mm (LxWxH)
Cover/Layout 77 colour photos, 13 bw-photos, 188 colour drawings
Pages: 216
EAN: 9783440162750
Art.-No.: 16275
The proven field guide offers everything you need to turn beginners into expert sky watchers. In text that is easy to understand it explains the orbits of the sun, moon and planets, introduces stars and galaxies and discusses how a telescope works. 48 maps show the starry sky during each month and for each cardinal direction. Starting from the Big Dipper, this allows you to find additional constellations and special celestial objects. A preview of celestial events for the next 10 years completes this practical guide to the sky.

About the author

Joachim Herrmann

Joachim Herrmann is one of the best-known German authors of popular astronomy lilterature. Before he retiered, he has been for many years the director of an observatory and a planetarium.
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