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Title The Amateur Astronomer's Introduction to the Celestial Sphere
Author William Millar
EAN 9780521671231
ISBN 052167123X
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Type Non-Fiction
Genre Science & Technology
Subgenre Astronomy
Subgenre2 Popular Astronomy

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