Exploring the Night Sky with Binoculars 4th Edition£19.99
Patrick Moore has painstakingly researched Exploring the Night Sky with Binoculars to describe how to use binoculars for astronomical observation. He explains basic astronomy and the selection of binoculars, then discusses the stars, clusters, nebulae and galaxies that await the observer.
Wonders of the Universe (Hardback)£20.00
Accompanying his excellent BBC TV series, Professor Brian Cox presents his second astronomy guide, Wonders of the Universe, a fascinating hardback that is an insightful and mind-blowing exploration of space. Filled with incredible photography and illustrations, not to mention a large helping of Cox's well explained wisdom, this science and astronomy book takes the evidence that is all around us to explain the simple truths of astrophysics.
Astrophotography On The Go Book£22.99
No longer are heavy, sturdy, expensive mounts and tripods required to photograph deep space. With today's advances in technology, all that is required is an entry-DSLR and an entry level GoTo telescope.
A Question and Answer Guide To Astronomy£24.99
Are we alone in the Universe? Was there anything before the Big Bang? Are there other universes? What are sunspots? What is a shooting star? Was there ever life on Mars?
Budget Astrophotography Book£24.99
Here are clear explanations of how to make superb astronomical deep-sky images using only a DSLR or webcam and an astronomical telescope – no expensive dedicated CCD cameras needed!
The Observer's Sky Atlas Book E. Karkoschka£24.99
The Observer's Sky Atlas contains star charts and information for all those who observe the night sky with unaided eyes, with binoculars, or with small telescopes, and also for those who just wish to look at constellations and interesting objects.
The Observing Guide to the Messier Marathon£24.99
The Messier Catalogue is a list of one hundred and ten galaxies, star clusters and nebulae, and includes many of the brightest and best-known objects in the sky. Amateur astronomers can challenge their abilities by attempting to find all the objects on the list in one night, and thus complete the Messier Marathon.
Turn Left At Orion 5th Edition£24.99
Hundreds of Night Sky Objects to See in a Home Telescope - and How to Find Them
With over 100,000 copies sold since first publication, this is one of the most popular astronomy books of all time. It is a unique guidebook to the night sky, providing all the information you need to observe a whole host of celestial objects.
Digital SLR Astrophotography 2nd Edition£27.99
Digital SLR cameras have made it easier than ever before to photograph the night sky. Whether you're a beginner, nature photographer, or serious astronomer, this is the definitive handbook to capturing the heavens.
The Cambridge Star Atlas: 4th Edition£28.99
This classic star atlas is ideal for both beginning astronomers and more experienced observers worldwide. The clear, full-color maps show stars, clusters and galaxies visible with binoculars or a small telescope. The atlas also features constellation boundaries and the Milky Way, and lists objects that are interesting to observe.
Celestron Sky Maps & Planisphere£29.00
Celestron Sky Maps are the ideal teaching guide for learning the night sky. You wouldn’t set off on a road trip without a road map, and you don’t need to try to navigate the night sky without a map either. Even if you already know your way around the major constellations, these maps can help you locate all kinds of fascinating objects.
Cosmic Challenge: The Ultimate Observing List for Amateurs£29.99
Listing more than 500 sky targets, both near and far, in 187 challenges, this observing guide will test novice astronomers and advanced veterans alike. Its unique mix of Solar System and deep-sky targets will have observers hunting for the Apollo lunar landing sites, searching for satellites orbiting the outermost planets, and exploring hundreds of star clusters, nebulae, distant galaxies, and quasars.
High Resolution Astrophotography£29.99
How do you get the best from your telescope? For those interested in photographing the Sun, Moon and planets, this volume provides a detailed reference. Originally published in 1995 and updated in 2011, this guide is packed with practical tips on how to obtain the highest resolution in your astrophotography, and provides a wealth of stunning images by highly talented amateurs showing just what can be achieved.
The 100 Best Astrophotography Targets Book Ruben Kier£29.99
Astronomical observing and photography are favorite pastimes of yours. You want to combine the two, but you’re not sure how. Or perhaps you have dabbled in astronomy for a while and want to take another step