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RE: What To Look For

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Posted by Rob Lentini ( on October 5, 2000 19:10:39 UTC

The best resource for learning what`s up in the sky that`s worth searching for (especially for those with small scopes and in light polluted areas) is TURN LEFT AT ORION by Consolmagno and someone else. A very good beginners book.

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