Paperback: 160 pages
Where do you go when the thrill is gone? Or when you feel a nagging suspicion that there must be more to do with your new telescope, or with that telescope gathering dust in a closet since the last "event of the century" has come and gone?
The answer is, you come to this book. This is a book for all amateur astronomers. From a complete list of the best deep-sky objects for binoculars to starhopping and splitting stars with a small telescope, you'll discover challenging new activities to expand your hobby.
Inside you'll learn the basics of keeping astronomical notes, from a simple pen-and-pencil journal to an elaborate electronic notebook. You'll even learn how to follow the astronomical observations of the Lewis and Clark expedition.