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    Default Recommended Astronomy Books Reviewed!



    Recommended Astronomy Books Reviewed by our Astronomy Forum.net members


    For Beginners to Intermediate:


    Turn Left at Orion

    reviewed here: Turn Left at Orion


    Nightwatch by Terrence D.

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    Another great starter book for an enthusiastic beginner


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