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Planetary Imaging reference book?


Cosmic Geoff
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In a borrowed copy of the BAA Journal, I found a review of "Planetary Astronomy - Observing, imaging and studying the planets" by Christophe Pellier (ed.)

It looks good, but expensive. After searching for a used copy on Alibris, Abebooks and Amazon in vain I found it was only available direct from the publisher Axilone at planetary-imaging.com for 59 Euros.

Since it is over £18, one would have to anticipate duty and collection charges on top of that.   Has anybody seen this book?

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