A practical guide describing the wide range of objects that anyone can observe in the night sky using normal binoculars and how to choose your pair.
In Philip's Guide to the Night Sky, Sir Patrick Moore explains how to find the most famous constellations and the brightest stars, and when to look for them.
A practical guide to observing Mars, it explains the equipment needed to look at the Red Planet and provides detailed timetables for observing our captivating planetary neighbour.
A fun and practical starfinder designed for use anywhere in Britain and Ireland, Northern Europe, Northern USA and Canada.
An essential travel accessory for astronomy enthusiasts visiting Mexico, the Northern Caribbean, the Gulf States, Northern India or Hong Kong.
An essential travel accessory for astronomy enthusiasts visiting the USA, North Africa, the Middle East or Southern Japan.
An essential travel accessory for astronomy enthusiasts visiting Australia, New Zealand, South Africa or southern South America.
Designed for use anywhere in Britain and Ireland, Northern Europe, Northern USA and Canada.
A folded chart showing the stars and constellations of the night sky in three superb maps: the northern and southern hemispheres, and the equatorial region.
Philip's The Urban Astronomy Guide will show you how to get the most out of almost any sky with whatever equipment you have, or even with none at all.
The topics range: space exploration and astrophysics, with essays on Unveiling Saturn and Titan, Galactic Whirlpools, Dobsonian Telescopes, the Transit of Venus, Gamma-Ray Bursters, and the Unseen Universe.
Includes a beginner's guide to the major stars and constellations visible with the naked eye, a planisphere, wall chart showing the stars and constellations in three superb colour maps.