1976 1st edition; by the Director of the Lunar Section of the British Astronomical Association; W.W. Norton & Company publishers, New York; hardbound in black boards with gilt stamp lettering along spine; great black and white photos; very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket quite good with very minor rubbing on spine - see pic.
The first detailed guide to the only heavenly body we now know at first hand. It has been written by one of the world's foremost lunar experts. He is, at the same time, perhaps the most widely read author of books on astronomy for the general reader. Provides a lively description of the moon, its geography, geology, and movements, complete with the new, on-the-spot discoveries - for those who would travel there by telescope, spaceship, or imagination. Includes an Index.