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All the stars in the list are marked in the atlas by the catalog designation and a thin line drawn through the star symbol, which makes the stars easy to identify.
Send to Google Drive, send content to, please be advised that item(s) you selected are not available.For this new edition he has devised improved versions of all the charts, and the text and star data have been completely revised based on the latest information.ISO.8m Deep Sky Atlas B Set Panoramic 2nd Edt.Fourteen color maps show both polar and equatorial projections of the sky.The Cambridge Star Atlas, publisher: Cambridge University Press, online publication date: August 2012.Unlike the planets or the moon, double stars reveal their beauties almost immediately and consistently, especially the wider spaced and more colorful pairs, which can be enjoyed even in poor seeing.Source: New Scientist, this star atlas is among the best I have ever used.Rar, photographic Moon Book.4.For each multiple star is given its bayer/flamsteed name, common designation in a double star catalog (struve, burnham, aitken, herschel, etc.Rar Taki's Star Atlas.5 mag.Total number of PDF views:.There is a series of monthly sky charts, followed by an atlas of the whole sky, arranged in 20 overlapping full colour charts.Clear, authoritative and easy-to-use, The Cambridge Star Atlas is an ideal reference atlas for sky watchers everywhere.