The advantages of using both eyes for astronomical observing are many and considerable, largely because of the way the human brain processes visual information. This book enables the astronomer to maximize those advantages. Electronic book text Pages: Review This Product No reviews yet - be the first to create one! Subscribe to our newsletter Some error text Name.
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Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms. Series description Springer list 73 titles in this series. The description from the Springer Publishing web site: This series of books is written for serious newcomers to amateur astronomy, for undergraduate students who are studying astronomy - but not as a first subject - and for interested general readers who want to study astronomy in more depth than is provided by the general run of "popular" astronomy book that is found in the general trade bookshops. All the books in the series are as far as possible non- mathematical.
They require only a modest background knowledge of science on the part of the reader, but provide material that goes into the various topics in considerable depth and detail.
Practical Astronomy thus bridges the gap between the many introductory books and specialised technical publications. How do series work? Helpers AnnaClaire 43 , misericordia 40 , marchesani 7 , SimoneA 4 , dajashby 1 , xaagmabag 1 , TheoClarke 1 , europhile 1 , surly 1. The Best Targets for Astrophotography: An Annotated Catalogue by Ted Aranda. The Amateur Astronomer by Patrick Moore. Amateur Telescope Making by Stephen Tonkin.
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