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Can anyone recommend a good Lunar Map / Reference book?

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Hi. Can any experienced Lunar observers on the forum recommend a good lunar map and or book for field work. I already have the large philips wallmap but am looking for something to take out to the back garden.
Thanks in advance for any replies.
Gareth
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Good evening, Gareth. I most strongly recommend "Atlas of the Moon" by Antonin Rukl. I use it all the time when I am observing the Moon. It is very reasonably true priced also.

Yours, Aubrey Glazier.
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As Aubrey said.
Well worth getting.
Michael.
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I also vouch for the same book, worth every penny.

Seanie.
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