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RE: Beginner Books

Postby philip pugh » Thu Mar 04, 2010 5:06 pm

Thanks for all contributions so far. I've had a think about this and the beginner section of my website is in need of an overhaul, not to mention that I'm in need of one for myself! I will make sure that all your recommendations are listed.
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RE: Beginner Books

Postby jackatron » Fri Mar 05, 2010 11:06 pm

[b][u]("I'm currently reading "Philip's Stargazing with a Telescope" by Robin Scagell." Said pwalsh61)[/u][/b]

Ill Second That, Another Great Book That Set Me Up For The Large World Of Astronomy With My Telescope.... Came Inside My Phillips Astro Box Kit Along With A Starfinder, Planisphere, And a Starmap.

My Opinion Is Always Try And Get Books Off Amazon, Got My Astro Box For £11 Compared To The £22 RRP Ive Seen In Bookshops
As I Recommended In My Earlier Post For "Phillips Guide To Stars And Planets" I Would Have A Flick Through It In The Bookshop Then Order It Off Amazon You'll Save Yourself Some Pennys! [:D]

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