Last summer (2008), I posted a thread about a possible book I was thinking of developing that would discuss, in effect, how to do astrophotography with modern consumer-level cameras (and dSLRs). The idea seemed to have interest on the forum. In short, the book idea was to cover the basics of exposure and how shutter speed, aperture, and ISO play together, why there's noise, specifics on photographing the moon, star trails, and constellations, more general information on other things like meteor showers, and then how to process the photos to reduce noise, how to use levels and curves, etc. I was also thinking about including some of the science behind what you're photographing (like why the moon is red during a total lunar eclipse). The project stopped with that thread due to other projects and real work, though now I'm thinking of getting back to trying to put it together. My purpose for this post is to ask the question: What would YOU want to see in such a book? If you picked up a book entitled something like, "Astrophotography with a Modern Consumer Camera," what information would you want it to have? Even if it's within the scope that I mentioned above, please mention it again so that I know someone would actually be interested in it.