The RLO Gift Shop

Our on-line store prides itself in those fine items that have a lunar theme. The Robinson Lunar Observatory offers a wide range of products which are listed here for your shopping convenience. New items are always added, so be sure and stop by often. Please note, that when your order is placed, it will be done on a secure server! Again, thank you for visiting us, and return soon.

THE OCCULTATION OBSERVER'S HANDBOOK - REDUCED! $12.00 USD - by Walt Robinson & Hal Povenmire - 2006 Edition. A basic guide to the study and observing of lunar and asteroidal occultations (eclipses of stars by these bodies). Chapters include information on total occultations, grazing occultations, asteroidal occultations, planetary occultations and grazes, and numerous charts, pictures, graphs. Book also includes historical information on occultations, and other interesting facts. Full glossary of terms. A must for the beginner. Non technical, and easy to understand. 270 pages. Book will ship Priority Mail. Pricing includes shipping to anywhere CONUS. International buyers contact me at webmaster at for shipping charges. Don't want to buy online? Send check or money order to : Walt Robinson, 515 W Kump, Bonner Springs KS, 66012. (Outside continental USA? You must send money order as my bank does not process checks on foreign banks)


Not just an interactive Moon Atlas, LunarPhase Pro (for Win98/ME/NT/2000/XP) [V3.10 was released on September 1st, 2006] is a moon observer's software toolkit designed to help you learn about the Moon and make your lunar observing sessions more productive. It produces a calendar of Moon Phases amongst many other features. By using the integrated observation planning tools and the general lunar data presented on screen, you'll be able to easily plan for an observing session and be productive while observing. LunarPhase Pro contains a wide range of features, all integrated together into one low cost solution. No other moon astronomy software package matches the range of tools included.

last updated Oct 28, 2005

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