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I like the explanations, the diagrams, the marvellous photographs, the exercises. Some entire diagrams need to be replaced, and more importantly, there are way too many errors in the equations and exercises. This fully revised and updated text is a comprehensive introduction to astronomical objects and phenomena.
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Astronomy: A Physical Perspective by Marc L. Kutner
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