Stars, stars, everywhere are stars. What's that one? Oh, it's an aeroplane flying by, oops. Moments such as this would be really bad starts to an evening out viewing the skies. However, as in the word's of the illustrious Zaphod, "Don't panic". Robin Kerrod in his book <a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0471706175/universetoday/"><em>The Star Guide: Learn How to Read the Night Sky Star by Star</em></a> separates the lowly flashing lights of fireflies from the twinkles overhead using a wonderful combination of maps and pictures, together with some judicious text. With this book, the stars and night sky need no longer be a mystery.
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