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2001 Yearbook of Astronomy By Patrick Moore

2001 Yearbook of Astronomy
by Patrick Moore

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2001 Yearbook of Astronomy by Patrick Moore

The indispensable reference book for astronomers, professional and amateur alike.The 2001 edition includes an extensive range of specially-commissioned articles by some of the world's top astronomers (including the latest findings on Jupiter's moons from the Galileo spacecraft) as well as an authoritative collection of charts and astronomical data, and a month-by-month guide to everything the stargazer can expect to see in the coming year: planets, eclipses, comets, meteors, nebulae and phases of the moon.

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About Patrick Moore

Sir Patrick Moore was the world's best-known astronomer. He presented the BBC's 'Sky at Night' programme from 1957 and wrote over 60 books. Recognised by the scientific community as one of the greatest authorities in the field, he was awarded the OBE in 1968. In 2001 he received a Knighthood, won a BAFTA for his services to television and became a member of the celebrated Royal Society. He died in 2012.

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2001 Yearbook of Astronomy by Patrick Moore
Patrick Moore
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Pan Macmillan
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