Many people assume that amateur stargazers must invest hundreds or even thousands of pounds in equipment before they can enjoy the wonders of the night sky.
Falling Stars: A Guide to Meteors & Meteorites
A straightforward, thorough look at all aspects of meteors and meteorites, including how and where meteors originate, when and where to watch for them, and how to classify, collect, and preserve meteorites.
Meteorite Hunting: How to Find treasure from Space
Geoffrey Notkin, co-host of the award-winning Science Channel show Meteorite Men, has written a comprehensive and easy-to- use guide to recovering, identifying and excavating meteorites; this is a must-have book for the meteorite collector and hunter.
Meteorites by Alain Carion
This fact-filled treasure trove of meteorite science covers meteorite hunting, impact craters, meteorite classifications, tektites, a color photo-journal of exceptional speci- mens, as well as a chronological look at famous meteorites throughout history
Meteorites by PBack, Smith
This photo-rich introduction draws on the latest data from key mete- orite falls; learn what meteorites are and what they can tell us about our solar system; illustrated with color photographs.
Night Sky: A Field Guide to the Constellations
Find any of 62 constellations using a dynamic approach that focuses on one sky view at a time; includes mythology, fascinating facts and a compact, red LED flashlight that allows reading while retaining your night vision.
Night Sky: Playing with the constellations
Learn about the night sky while playing your favorite card games. Each card features its own constellation and suits represent the best seasonal viewing; 52 playing cards with instructional over- view.
Secrets of Stargazing