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    Posted by Paul A Brierley at 11:53 on 2012 Feb 19

    I hope you don’t mind.But I found yesterday, a very good copyright free website. might be interested, in looking because. Their is an invaluable assortment of copyright free Astronomy books in PDF. I have four of these now.Through my Telescope W T Hay (Will Hay)Star light Nights Leslie C PeltierMission to Mars by Sir Patrick MooreCelestial Objects for Common Telescope’s Rev T W Webb


    Posted by Jeremy at 17:19 on 2012 Feb 19

    Yes, the American Libraries Internet Archive has many interesting old books to view for free, Paul.Another online book I have enjoyed lately is one that purports to list all observatories and astronomers worldwide in 1907. You can see who was living and observing near you in 1907. can select to read on line – or download if you prefer.Something for a cloudy night. Go well!Jeremy


    Posted by Paul A Brierley at 18:02 on 2012 Feb 19

    Like tonight. When according to the Met. It is supposed to be clear !!!Thank you for the link Jeremy.I will take a look at it.

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