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Atlas of the Southern Night Sky

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Over 100 Star Charts and hundreds of maps
Take a tour of the most fascinating celestial objects with accessible star charts and maps of planets. Each full colour chart presents realistic visual star brightness for most urban areas with keys to objects visible to most small to medium telescopes.

Hundreds of Images
Images taken by the author's and other Southern Hemisphere astr
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Hardcover, 1st, 287 pages
Published 2007 by New Holland
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Jonathon
Feb 22, 2011 Jonathon rated it it was amazing
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Excellent Guide to the Southern Hemisphere Stars. Highly reviewed, but hard to find in the US this copy was purchased in Sydney
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