Collins i-SPY In The Night Sky Book£2.99
Search for over 140 sights in the night sky with this i-SPY guide. This fun activity book encourages kids to look above them, from stars and constellations to the moon and eclipses, in search of i-SPY points.
Philip's Guide to Northern Constellations£3.50
A beginner's guide to the major stars and constellations visible with the naked eye in the northern hemisphere. This brief introduction to stargazing will help the novice to get his or her bearings in the night sky. Using easy-to-find stars, all of which are visible without any specialized equipment, the author introduces the beginner to each season's major constellations.
Philip's Pocket Star Atlas£4.99
"The Philip's Pocket Star Atlas" is a highly practical atlas in a compact format for use out of doors. It contains a series of maps showing the entire night sky, as well as a mass of useful astronomical data.
Philips Guide to The Night Sky£5.99
A revised and redesigned edition of this popular guide to the night sky. Using prominent patterns, such as the Plough and Orion, Sir Patrick Moore teaches the reader to 'star-hop' from constellation to constellation, thus learning to navigate the night sky.
Nightscenes 2020 By Paul Money£6.00
Since 2000 Paul Money has written & published his own A5 (small) book on what can be seen in the night sky each month for Great Britain and Ireland.
Collins 2019 Guide To The Night Sky£6.99
A comprehensive handbook to the planets, stars and constellations visible from the northern hemisphere. 6 pages for each month covering January–December 2019.
Philip's Moon Map£6.99
Philip's Moon Map is a large-format folded map of the near side of the Moon. It has been specially drawn for Philip's by Dr John Murray, a research lecturer at the Open University, who is an expert on the lunar surface.
Philips Dark Skies Map£6.99
Philip's Dark Skies Map shows the visibility of stars from any location in Britain and Ireland. Stargazing can be frustrating where visibility is affected by street lights and other light pollution - use this map to find your nearest dark site or to avoid areas where light pollution will reduce your chances of seeing faint galaxies and other deep-sky objects.
Philip's Stargazing with a Telescope£7.99
This new edition of "Philip's Stargazing with a Telescope" has been fully revised and updated to include the latest telescopes and accessories on the market.
Collins Moongazing Book£8.99
An in-depth guide for aspiring astronomers and Moon observers from the Royal Observatory Greenwich. Includes detailed Moon maps and covers the history of lunar observation and exploration, the properties of the Moon
Observing our Solar System: A beginnerâ€™s guide£8.99
The sights in our Solar System are dynamic reminders of our planet's position as part of a larger neighbourhood. Study the ever-changing face of the Moon, watch the steady march of the planets against the stars, witness the thrill of a meteor shower, or the memory of a once-in-a-generation comet.
Philip's Stargazing With Binoculars£8.99
This is a brand new title for Philip's bestselling astronomy list following the success of Philip's Guide to Stargazing with a Telescope.
50 Things to See in the Sky£9.99
A beautifully presented, practical gift guide to 50 sights in the skies above us – complete with a glow-in-the dark front cover.
Celestron Observerâ€™s Map of the Moon£9.99
Celestron has joined forces with master lunar cartographer Ralph Aeschliman on a two-sided Moon Map. This quality map provides you a great way to familiarize yourself with the Moon, our neighboring world.
A brilliant introductory guide to the night sky, from the astronomers of the Royal Observatory Greenwich. Offering complete advice from the ground up.
Philip's 101 Objects to Spot in the Night Sky£9.99
The new Philip's 101 Objects To Spot In The Night Sky is a fun and practical guide to identifying and observing 101 of the most fascinating and exciting sights in the northern-hemisphere sky for young newcomers to astronomy, explaining what can be seen using the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.