- Fantastic Books on Astronomy.
The best place to get all the information you want about astronomy has got to be books . Not only do they hold the key to getting to know astronomy but they are a great reference that you can go back to time and again to refresh your knowledge .
Some of these books will give you a fantastic insight into what makes up our universe. Names of Stars, Constellations and everything you want to learn about the Great Planets in our Solar system.
You will discover the very latest advances in Space travel. For example, did you know that in the very near future Humankind will step foot on the surface of Mars?
If you’re the more advanced Astronomer you might be more interested in Physics and Quantum theories?
Here are some of the latest books on Astronomy , Stargazing and Space Travel.
2017 2017 Guide to the Night Sky:
: A month-by-month guide to exploring the skies above Britain and Ireland (Royal Observatory Greenwich)
At just £5.24 its an absolute bargain. Full of month by month Star charts for 2017.
The Practical Astronomer (Dk Astronomy)
Here is just one of the 5 ⭐️Customer reviews .
5.0 out of 5 stars The perfect Reference guide
By bryan – 9 Aug. 2010
Amazon Verified Purchase
“I found this book in the library shortly after it was published. Most other library books on astronomy are well out of date.
This is the most comprehensive guide on astronomy I have seen and is, more importantly up-to-date.
I had to own a copy of the book and bought it on Amazon a few days later. It is now a constant companion.”
Deliverery is Free in the U.K.
What a great present to open up on Christmas morning for the budding Astronomer !
Books on Astrophotography :
Or this Matvellous Astrophotography Book with Patrick Moore.
Biographies and Auto-Biographies. Maybe you’re into biographies ! How about these little beauties ?
I have this book . Its a fantastic read . Chris Hadfield gives you a real insight into life on the ISS Space Station.
He tells us about his impossible dream to become an Astronaught and everything he had to do to realise that dream. As a Canadian. He really didn’t have a chance as only the Americans and Russians had Space programmes at the time and they would use only American and Russian Astronauts.
The way the book is written will give you hope that the impossible is possible if you Really want it bad enough !!!
Chris Hadfield’s book is definitely worth the money!!!👍⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Another fantastic read is this amazing biography by NASA Astronaut Mike Massimino.
Parallel Worlds by Theoretical Physicist Michio Kaku. Parallel Worlds: The Science of Alternative Universes and Our Future in the Cosmos.
I am halfway through this book. It is thoroughly engaging and fascinating. I urge you to read it.
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