Praise for the previous editions:
"the most informative little sky guide in the business."
"The more experienced observer will find this slim volume useful at the telescope and packed with interesting observing projects."
SKY & TELESCOPE
There are several errors in this third edition that I have discovered so far. There may be others. There are a number of misspelled words such as siderial instead of sidereal (in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by PGS
Electronic devices may tempt night observers to forget about book use but I find this book easier to use and see than a small screen smart phone. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael E. Hager
The book arrived quick, and I bought it with fair price, also it is a nice book!!! Nice serves so give u 5 star!!!Published 14 months ago by Leonardo D Chi
My astronomy tools are two telescopes and two binoculars: a 70mm Celestron refractor; a 10" Dob; 7x50 Minolta bino's; and 15x70 Celestron giant bino's. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dave V.
Great little star atlas to keep with me while observing. Easy to carry, the spiral binding is perfect for folding the book onto a small space.Published 18 months ago by william t frantz
Generally, I like it. Written differently than other books, it concentrates on small sections of the sky, and their DSOs. The charts are a little too small, along with the font. Read morePublished 21 months ago by R. Sakala
Using this book I found it much easier to star hop than other charts. It doesn't plot as many objects as other charts, which is a good thing. Read morePublished on March 30, 2011 by M. Mulkern
the karkoschka "observer's sky atlas" is a commendably compact volume crammed with information. the aim was to create an atlas with both the simplicity of a naked eye... Read morePublished on September 8, 2010 by drollere
The Observer's Sky Atlas is a wonderful little atlas in concept and, for the most part, in execution. Read morePublished on January 16, 2010 by Arizona Sky