Australia Astronomy Night Sky Guide 2021
The Astronomy 2021 Night Sky Guide is the latest in a series of yearbooks that have been published since 1991, and is written by Australians for Australians.
This annual publication has been designed with something for everyone, from the casual astronomer to the basic novice, and up to the advanced amateur astronomer as well! Suited for those using their naked eyes, binoculars or telescopes, the Astronomy 2020 Night Sky Guide answers questions like, "What's that bright constellation next to the Moon?"
With this book and a good Planisphere Star Disc, you'll get a pretty firm grip around navigating the skies.
The Astronomy 2021 book is a guide to the Southern Hemisphere with a month by month chart of the stars, moon and planet positions.
Features: Realistic drawings, easy identification of the planets from the stars, and easy to use sky maps designed for Australian stargazers. Includes details of where and when to find comets, when to see shooting stars, public observatories in Australia, the best times to observe the planets, easy to read rise/set charts for each month, and details of amateur astronomical societies.
This annual gem continues to take the Australian stargazer on a wondrous journey of the night sky. This critically acclaimed work, produced by three well known experts in the field, takes a unique approach to explaining and identifying the Sun, Moon, planets and constellations; it's simply the best publication of its kind in the world!
This book has lots of useful information such as Jovian moon events, comet positions, star charts, Moon phase calendar, Moon and Sun rise and set times for all of Australia, quick finder maps, a month by month diary of what is happening in the sky, planet finder maps, planetary information plus lots more useful astronomical data.
Astronomy 2021 Night Sky Guide Features