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By: "Asimov, Isaac"
Publisher: NY, 1991
Edition: (1st edition)
Seller ID: 09T032
Condition: NEAR FINE/ Fine DJ
"As new except for a few tiny spots on exterior top of page edges. ""fantastic, grand tour of the cosmos…beginning with Eratosthenes (240 B.C.) and ending with tieh stunning scientific achievements of the present day...Asimov deftly reveals the secrets of the universe with explanations that anyone from novice to scholar can understand and enjoy..."" 285 indexed pages." View more info
Publisher: "Newport, Rhode Island", 1983
Seller ID: 6-3X004
"Comb binding in hardcover to lie flat. Tight, bright and clean. Owners name on title page and some pages showing slight rumpling (could be a water stain, but no mustiness). Dust jacket has slight rubbing to open edges and a 3/4"" rip on bottom edge. Step-by-step course on star sight navigation. 342 pages full of illustrations and charts." View more info
Publisher: NY, 1945
Edition: "(4th Edition, 19th printing, 1970)"
Seller ID: 03T041
Condition: NEAR FINE/ No DJ
"Tight, bright, clean and square but no dust jacket. Tiny curl to bottom cover corners. In 1925 Scientifc Amercan published an article about a group of amateurs, in Springfield, VT, who, with the help of one serious scientist built a serious telescope. 368 readers requested information on how to do it...which led to a pamphlet...which led to this book - 510 indexed pages illustrated with diagrams and black and white photos, that is the bible of amateur telescope builders." View more info
By: "Jones, Brian"
Publisher: NY, 1990
Edition: (1st American edition)
Seller ID: 72X009
"As new except for faint corner wear. ""this highly illustrated book takes you on an exciting journey around the night sky. The Sun, the Moon and all the planets of the Solar System are included, as well as stars, galaxies, comets, meteors, and aurorae..."" diagrams, photos and maps. Suitable for beginner in astronomy or an older child." View more info