Stargazer’s Atlas

Author: National Geographic Society

Publisher: National Geographic

Release Date: October 25, 2022

Rating: 5 out of 5.

With amazing pictures and guides, this is a night sky fans dream!

I have always loved looking up at the night sky, especially when I’m somewhere that doesn’t have artificial light to interfere with my viewing.  I’ve had some past night sky guides to use to find constellations and others, but nothing I’ve had compares to this amazing book.  With tons of pictures of constellations, stars, planets, nebula, and galaxies in stunning quality, I sat for hours looking through the pages.  Not only does this book give you seasonal guides for constellation viewing based on where you are at, but it even maps it out for you! 

I love the history that the book goes through in each chapter on how people started with sky viewing to get to where we are today with different telescopes.  It is so rich in history that I felt like I was back in astronomy class!  I love how easy it is to guide yourself to the specific area you are interested in, or you can just sit and flip through the pages to pass the time. 

This works great as a personal coffee table book, business waiting room book, or enthusiast’s guide for exploration.  Highly recommended if you love books about the wonders of our night sky!

I received a complimentary copy of this title from the publisher.  The views and opinions expressed within are my own.

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