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Quote:I'm looking for a good general book on constellations. One that gives a little history on each and a description of the of the most popular telescopic POI for the constellation. Any recommendations would be appreciated....
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Quote:I would also recommend Ken Hewitt-White's Patterns in the Sky, published by Sky Publishing, I believe. It certainly doesn't go into Burnham's depth, but it does illuminate the mythology as well as the principal objects of interest in each of the constellations.
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Quote:I would also recommend Ken Hewitt-White's Patterns in the Sky, published by Sky Publishing, I believe.
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