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Philip's Moon Map 2018

Illustrated by Dr John Murray

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The Philip's Moon Map - the awesome beauty of the moon brought to life in this practical map for Moonwatchers which locates, describes and indexes more than 500 physical features on the visible side of the moon

The Philip's Moon Map - the awesome beauty of the moon brought to life in this practical map for Moonwatchers which locates, describes and indexes more than 500 physical features on the visible side of the moon

· The essential map for all Moonwatchers
· Superbly detailed map of the Moon's visible surface
· 500 Moon features located, with index
· Craters, seas, mountains, peaks and valleys
· Landing sites of manned and unmanned spacecraft located
· Helpful text aids moonwatching
· Plus map of the far side of the Moon
· Maps drawn by lunar expert Dr. John Murray

Biographical Notes

Dr John Murray (Illustrator)
Dr John Murray is a lunar expert at the Open University.

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  • ISBN: 9781849074889
  • Publication date: 20 Sep 2018
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