Astronomy for Beginners

Werner E. Celnik, Hermann-Michael Hahn
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    • Step-by-step guide to successful observation of the sky • Extra: Star Atlas
244x176x16mm (LxWxH)
Cover/Layout 120 colour photos, 20 bw-photos, 30 colour drawings
Pages: 192
EAN: 9783440136072
Art.-No.: 13607
The classic choice for amateur astronomers with a new layout and up-to-date research, from the first look at the starry sky to the use of a telescope to create your own photos, this book contains information on observations of the moon, planets and stars. In addition, readers can learn all about the structure of the universe. Tips and tricks from experienced amateur astronomers characterize this popular guide.

About the authors

Werner E. Celnik

Werner E. Celnik is an astrophysicist and hobby astronomer. He offers seminars for astronomy beginners and is the author of numerous astronomy books, among them the Kosmos bestseller “Astronomy for Beginners”.
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Hermann-Michael Hahn

Hermann-Michael Hahn ist freier Wissenschaftsjournalist für himmlische Themen und seit über 20 Jahren Vorsitzender der Volkssternwarte Köln. Er arbeitet für überregionale Zeitungen und ARD-Hörfunkanstalten und hat zahlreiche Astronomie-Bücher verfasst oder aus dem Englischen übersetzt sowie mehre...
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