Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Astronomy - Amateur Astronomy Bookstore
Page 9     161-180 of 184    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20

         Amateur Astronomy:     more books (102)
  1. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Amateur Astronomy by Michael E. Bakich, 2003-07-14
  2. The Sky is Your Laboratory: Advanced Astronomy Projects for Amateurs (Springer Praxis Books / Popular Astronomy) by Robert Buchheim, 2007-07-31
  3. Digital SLR Astrophotography (Practical Amateur Astronomy) by Michael A. Covington, 2007-12-10
  4. Beyond the Solar System/100 Best Deep Sky Objects for Amateur Astronomers (Astronomy Library)
  5. How to Use a Computerized Telescope: Practical Amateur Astronomy Volume 1 by Michael A. Covington, 2002-11-04
  6. Teach Yourself VISUALLY Astronomy (Teach Yourself VISUALLY Consumer) by Richard Talcott, 2008-12-03
  7. Advanced Amateur Astronomy by Gerald North, 1997-09-28
  8. Stargazing Basics: Getting Started in Recreational Astronomy by Paul E. Kinzer, 2008-10-27
  9. Beginner's Guide to Amateur Astronomy: An Owner's Manual for the Night Sky (Astronomy Library) by David J. Eicher, 1993-08
  10. The 100 Best Astrophotography Targets: A Monthly Guide for CCD Imaging with Amateur Telescopes (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series) by Ruben Kier, 2009-09-01
  11. My Heavens!: The Adventures of a Lonely Stargazer Building an Over-the-Top Observatory (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series) by Gordon Rogers, 2007-12-06
  12. Astrophysics is Easy!: An Introduction for the Amateur Astronomer (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series) by Mike Inglis, 2007-08-23
  13. The Guide to Amateur Astronomy by Jack Newton, Philip Teece, 1995-02-24
  14. Viewing the Constellations with Binoculars: 250+ Wonderful Sky Objects to See and Explore (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series) by Bojan Kambic, 2009-10-16

161. South Florida Amateur Astronomers Association, Inc.
ite provides information about getting started in radio astronomy, CCD imaging, dome construction, the new telescope, and lightpollution.

162. Astrophotography For The Amateur
Provides table of contents, ordering information, and preview of chapter one by Michael Covington.Category Science astronomy amateur Astrophotography and CCD Imaging...... Covington Innovations Home astronomy and Astrophotography Astrophotography for the amateur. New! Click for details

163. The Winter Haven Astronomy Club
Club for amateur astronomers using telescopes, binoculars, and starcharts at various star parties and other functions in Florida.

164. Rappahannock Astronomy Club
A nonprofit organization of amateur astronomers located in the Fredericksburg, Virginia, area.

165. The Columbus Astronomical Society
Central Ohio organization dedicated to the amateur study of astronomy. Includes meeting information and newsletter.

166. Prairie Astronomy Club (PAC)
Dedicated to encouraging amateur astronomers in Lincoln, Nebraska.

167. Radio Astronomy Telescope Project
A radio-telescope project observing the natural radio emissions of neutral hydrogen atoms throughout space.Category Science astronomy amateur Radio astronomy...... KI Kellermann, SpringerVerlag, New York, 1988. E-mail Radio astronomy Web Ring. A selection of ARA sites.

168. Wycombe Astronomical Society
astronomy for everyone in Buckinghamshire, UK. Listing around 70 members of all ages and levels of expertise from armchair astronomers, causal observers to serious amateur observers. We have our own Observatory which houses a 12inch Newtonian Reflecting Telescope.

169. Westchester Amateur Astronomers, Astronomy Club, New York
Browse news, events, and find directions to the club located in New York.Category Science astronomy North America United States......Westchester amateur Astronomers, WAA, is a notfor-profit club open to allwith a desire to learn more about astronomy and telescopes.

170. Big Sky Astronomy Club
A group of dedicated amateur astronomers located in the beautiful Flathead Valley of Northwest Montana, USA. Monthly club meetings, outings and two star parties each summer.

171. Home Base
Bringing astronomy to the masses in and around Bloomington-Normal, Illinois.Category Science astronomy North America United States...... You have found the home page of the Twin City amateur Astronomers, bringing astronomyto the masses in the twin cities of BloomingtonNormal, Illinois, and the

172. Cincinnati Observatory Center
Serving as an educational resource in the field of astronomy for area colleges, professional and amateur astronomers, schools and the public at large.

173. Astronomie [Mark, Oliver]
Ein amateur berichtet ┬╝ber sein Hobby und sein Equipment.

174. Sky And Telescope - The Essential Magazine Of Astronomy
Sky Telescope, the Essential Magazine of astronomy. News, observing tips, howto advice, and more!

175. The Dr. Richard Feynman Observatory
Celestron C8 @ f/10), M104 (Celestron C11 @ f/10). M31 (4 Takahahsi@ f/6 5 Image Mosiac) Some astronomy and Astrophotography Links,

176. EME, SETI, Radio Astronomy And DSP For Radio Amateurs (W6/PA0ZN)

177. Charlotte Amateur Astronomers Club
A member of the Arts and Science Council of Charlotte/Mecklenburg.

178. Amateur Astronomers Association Of Pittsburgh
amateur Astronomer's Association of Pittsburgh. A Scanlon. Welcome tothe amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh's home page.

179. Racine Astronomical Society
Promotes interest in astronomy among amateurs and the Racine area public. Includes observatory and membership information and some comet photos.

180. Boise Astronomical Society
Holds astronomy classes and offers opportunities for amateurs to participate in research. Information about meetings, newsletter, and event calendar.

Page 9     161-180 of 184    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20

free hit counter