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Patrick Moore


(Patrick Alfred Moore)
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Patrick Moore was a distinguished astronomer and the author of more than 60 books on astronomy including Astronomy Encyclopedia. He has been knighted by the Queen of England and received Order of the British Empire (OBE) and the Commander of the British Empire (CBE) awards for his work as the longtime host of the popular BBC television program The Sky at Night.
 
Non fiction
A Guide to the Moon (1953)
How to Make and Use a Telescope (1956) (with H Percy Wilkins)
Science and Fiction (1957)
Guide to Mars (1958)
A Guide to the Stars (1960)
The Planet Venus (1961)
Life in the Universe (1962) (with Francis Jackson)
The Planets (1962)
Yearbook of Astronomy (1962) (with J G Porter)
A Survey of the Moon (1963)
The 1964 Yearbook of Astronomy (1964) (with J G Porter)
The Atlas of the Universe (1970)
Challenge of the Stars (1972) (with David A Hardy)
How Britain Won the Space Race (1972) (with Desmond Leslie)
Can You Speak Venusian? (1973)
Black Holes in Space (1976) (with Iain Nicolson)
The Next Fifty Years in Space (1976)
The New Challenge of the Stars (1978) (with David Hardy)
Countdown! or How Nigh is the End? (1983)
The New Atlas of the Universe (1984)
Astronomy Quiz Book (1987)
Teach Yourself Astronomy (1995)
Beginner's Guide to Astronomy (1997)
Stargazing (2000)
The Wandering Astronomer (2000)
Astronomy for GCSE (2001)
Astronomy with a Budget Telescope (2002)
80 Not Out (2003)
Futures: 50 Years in Space (2004)
Yearbook of Astronomy 2005 (2004)
Patrick Moore: The Autobiography (2005)
Bang! (2006) (with Chris Lintott and Brian May)
Space: The First 50 Years (2007) (with H J P Arnold)
Yearbook of Astronomy 2008 (2007)
Can You Play Cricket on Mars? (2008)
Yearbook of Astronomy 2009 (2008)
Legends of the Stars (2009)
Yearbook of Astronomy 2010 (2009) (with John Mason)
The Amateur Astronomer (2010)
First Book Of Stars (2010)
Patrick Moore's Yearbook of Astronomy 2011 (2010) (with John Mason)
The Sky at Night 13 (2010)
Patrick Moore's Data Book of Astronomy (2011) (with Robin Rees)
Patrick Moore's Yearbook of Astronomy 2012 (2011) (with John Mason)
Patrick Moore's Yearbook of Astronomy 2013 (2012) (with John Mason)
Patrick Moore's Yearbook of Astronomy 2014 (2013) (with John Mason)
Patrick Moore's Yearbook of Astronomy 2016 (2015) (with John Mason)
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