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Philip's Stargazing 2025 Month-by-Month Guide to the Night Sky Britain & Ireland

Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781849076524

Price: £6.99

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Philip’s Stargazing is the perfect practical guide for both budding and experienced astronomers.

“If you buy just one guide…you won’t do better than this.” BBC Sky at Night Magazine
“I will continue to enjoy ‘Philip’s Stargazing’ as the months go by.” – Helen Sharman, Astronaut
“Very useful indeed.” – Chris Lintott, Sky at Night presenter

The best guide to the Night Sky includes the top astronomical places to visit in Britain and Ireland. This new 2025 edition is totally up-to-date for exploring the wonder of the stars in the night sky.

Whether you’re a seasoned astronomer or just starting out, Philip’s Stargazing 2025 is the only book you’ll need. Compiled by experts and specially designed for easy use, Stargazing 2025 acts as a handily illustrated and comprehensive companion.

* 12 up-to-date night sky charts for year-round discovery
* Month-to-Month information for stargazing
* Daily Moon Phase Calendar, highlighting special lunar events throughout the year
* Planet Watch for ideal viewing days in 2025 The best places to experience Dark Skies
* The latest on Star Festivals and Star Parties Top places to visit for astronomical insights
* Expert advice and insight throughout from internationally renowned Prof Nigel Henbest
* Special article by expert, Robin Scagell, on small, but high quality, refracting telescopes
* Complete calendar of major astronomical events
* Top 20 Sky Sights of 2025
* Jargon Buster, explaining common or confusing terms
* The planets’ movements explained from solar and lunar eclipses to meteor showers and comets

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If you buy just one guide...you won't do better than this
BBC Sky at Night Magazine