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Articles and Reviews to use to improve article
Nice long review has loads of great stuff, someone read it and use it to improve the article dramatically 
Article in Savannah Morning News
This is Phil's rebuttal to a bad review, unfortunately the link to the bad review is dead (damn link rot) Note that most of these have been inserted as references on the lead of the article, for ease of editing I have put them in WP markup for references.
- Berman, Bob (Jun 2002), Sky Lights: Why are media science stories still crazy after all these years?, Discover Magazine (Kalmbach Publishing Co.) 23 (6): 32
- Guldvog, Tormod (19 May 2002), Bad Astronomy Finally Hits The Shelves, Hypography
- The fault lies not in the stars..., Savannah Morning News (Savannah, GA), "Heaven knows we don't know the heavens."
- Radler, Don, ed. (2 Apr 2002), Book Sets The Record Straight On Astronomical Myths, UniSci (Cape Coral, FL: UniScience Newsnet, Inc.)
- Teuscher, Deborah (4 Jun 2002), NSTA Recommends (product review), Arlington, VA: National Science Teachers Association, "Bad Astronomy is “bad”—in the best way!"
- Muir, Hazel (4 May 2002), Get it right., New Scientist (London, England: Reed Business Information Ltd) (2341), ISSN 0262-4079, OCLC 2378350
- Plait, Phil (7 Apr 2002). "Rebuttal to a Bad Book Review". Bad Astronomy.
My review 'copy' ... Tormod Guldvog writes in his review that "It is indeed a gem when it comes to teaching things about common astronomical phenomena. Plait discusses common ways bad astronomy is communicated, in the media, in the classroom, and perhaps, most of all, in our own minds."<put ref here> — Preceding unsigned comment added by Cap020570 (talk • contribs) 14:31, 3 May 2013 (UTC)