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Beginner’s Guide to Astronomy: Easy guide to stargazing the latest discoveries resources for beginners and more! - Astronomy for Beginners #1 - cover

Beginner’s Guide to Astronomy: Easy guide to stargazing the latest discoveries resources for beginners and more! - Astronomy for Beginners #1

Tyler Davidson

Publisher: Tyler Davidson

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Summary

You don’t have to be an astronomer or an expert to appreciate this book. This book is perfect for beginners because everything is explained in simple terms. You will be drawn into the fundamentals about the universe, like, how did it come about; the theories surrounding it, including the much talked about Big Bang Theory; what is the Milky Way?; what is the biggest planet?; when can you expect to see the next meteor shower? 
 
Many of us ponder over the vastness of the universe and how it came to be. Some theorists suggest that it has always existed while others seek to prove that it is the product of a big explosion (the Big Bang Theory). This book touches upon old and new theories that would enable you to understand the findings and, perhaps, postulate your own theories. 
 
You will also pick up tips, like the type of telescopes suitable for beginners, and stargazing mobile apps which can enhance your starry night experience. 
Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... 
- What are celestial bodies? 
- Theories on How the Universe Came to Exist 
- New Discoveries in Space 
- Star Charts 
- Stargazing methods and resources 
- Telescopes for beginners 
- Stargazing Mobile Apps 
- Pop Quiz - just for fun!

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