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Posted by Bob Sal on December 10, 2001 20:44:24 UTC

Let me know which one you decide on. Let me suggest a good beginner book. Skywatching by David Levy. He gives you good maps of all 88 constilllations and shows you which items you can see with the naked eye, binoculars, small and large telescopes. Also the Cambidge Star Atlas is great for only about $20. There are lots of other good books, I like those 2 for starters. I still use them now.
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BOB SAL

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