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Image processing book by R. Berry & J. Burnell *REDUCED*

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I am selling this book: 

The handbook of astronomical image processing, 2nd eds. by Richard Berry and James Burnell. 

It is in very good condition and there is no mark in it. The CD software is included of course.  

Asking for £70 including Royal Mail 1st class signed for. Payment via bank transfer.

Item also adverted on ABS.




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Reduced to £45.

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