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The Sky Handbook By John Watson

The Sky Handbook by John Watson

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Introduces the mysteries of the space above us, covering the origins of our universe; the stars, constellations and solar system; astronomers; our atmosphere and weather, with phenomena from the Aurora Borealis to tornadoes; flight and space exploration; and our air quality, pollution and the degradation of our atmosphere.

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The Sky Handbook by John Watson

'The Sky Handbook' covers all aspects of the space above us: our atmosphere and weather, including phenomena from the Aurora Borealis to tornadoes; our solar system; the stars and constellations; the mysterious expanse beyond the Milky Way; and the origins of our universe.

About John Watson

John Watson is an author and keen stargazer. He is founder of Stone Country Press, an independent Scottish publisher dedicated to books and guides on landscapes and the outdoors. Michael Kerrigan is an author and critic whose previous works include books on history, geography, exploration and the natural world.

Table of Contents

Introduction 1: Seeing Stars (Astronomy) 2: Something in the Air (Our Atmosphere and Weather) 3: Flying High (Flight) 4: The Air We Breathe (Air quality, pollution and climate change)

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The Sky Handbook by John Watson
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