All About Space – Astronomy for Beginners
You dont need letters after your surname, an encyclopedic knowledge of the skies or even a telescope to get into stargazing. That’s the beauty of astronomy: armed with nothing more than your eyes and a basic grasp of where to look in the night sky, you can embark on one of the most rewarding hobbies in the world. Planets, stars, constellations, nebulas, meteor showers and many other celestial objects can be spotted using only the naked eye. And for those with telescopes, the universe — with its myriad colours and awe-inspiring sights is your personal gallery of a trillion cosmic wonders. Our easy-to-follow guides will furnish you with all the essentials, taking you on a journey from stargazing hobbyist to becoming a fully equipped astronomy enthusiast. With practical guidance, seasonal sky charts and pointers on how to spot some of the sky’s most accessible sights, this new edition of Astronomy for Beginners will be your companion as you unravel the beauty of the night sky.