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Astronomy Books at the Internet Archive


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If anyone is looking for downloadable, out of copyright, scans of some classic Victorian - and later books on astronomy the text section of the Internet Archive Internet Archive: Free Movies, Music, Books & Wayback Machine is well worth a look and is continually updated with new material. It can involve a bit of a trawl but is well worth it. (Moon brings up over 1,000 entries - most not astronomical and lunar over 800!) It's well worth it, I now have quite a few NASA reports - the Gemini Mission reports are very nice to read and most of the 'classic' major lunar books from the Victorian era to look at the maps of the Moon. A site for when the cloudy winter nights are here and frustration is setting in....

Rob

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