The Urban Astronomy Guide


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Although light pollution from nearby cities, towns or floodlit buildings affects us all, there is still a host of celestial delights to be seen! The SPA’s Robin Scagell shows that night-time lighting and sky brightening can be overcome. Even if the unaided eye can spot only a few hundred stars, using binoculars or a small telescope will show many times more and can give good views of every type of major astronomical object, especially when used in conjunction with filters and simple electronic devices which can reveal sights similar to those of professional instruments in use only 30 years ago. Softcover – 208 pages


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