See It with a Small Telescope: 101 Cosmic Wonders Including Planets, Moons, Comets, Galaxies, Nebulae, Star Clusters and More

See It with a Small Telescope: 101 Cosmic Wonders Including Planets, Moons, Comets, Galaxies, Nebulae, Star Clusters and More

by Will Kalif

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See It with a Small Telescope: 101 Cosmic Wonders Including Planets, Moons, Comets, Galaxies, Nebulae, Star Clusters and More by Will Kalif

Have Fun Exploring the Stars with Close-up Views of Space Objects Right from Your Own Backyard

It doesn’t take an astronomy degree to feel like an astronaut and explore space with a small telescope. See It with a Small Telescope takes the mystery and struggle out of exploring the unknown and discovering new worlds! With hands-on tips and tricks, this book offers a complete guide to unleashing the full power of a small telescope and going beyond the basics.

Without technical jargon and complicated star charts, this book offers step-by-step instructions and easy-to-use illustrations for finding over 100 celestial objects in the night’s sky, including:

  • Saturn’s Rings
  • Jupiter’s Moons
  • Orion Nebula
  • Andromeda Galaxy
  • Polaris Double Star
  • Pegasus Globular Cluster
  • Apollo 11 Site
  • ...and more!

  • Product Details

    ISBN-13: 9781612437743
    Publisher: Ulysses Press
    Publication date: 11/27/2017
    Sold by: Barnes & Noble
    Format: NOOK Book
    Sales rank: 696,346
    File size: 23 MB
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    About the Author

    Will Kalif is a writer, webmaster, and an avid telescope enthusiast currently living in New England. He worked a full career in a variety of fields including robotics, computers, and electronics. He has been passionate about telescopes and the wonders of the night sky ever since he received his first telescope as a teenager. And for several decades now he has been making and using his own telescopes and helping other people to also enjoy the various things that can be seen on a dark and starry night. You can learn more about telescopes, telescope making, and astronomy by visiting his website at telescopenerd.com.

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