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Mr Q

Free Monthly Star Maps

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   For the beginner as well as the experienced observer. Includes naked eye, binocular and telescopic objects that can be printed out for free. Maps cover northern, equatorial and southern hemisphere.

http://www.skymaps.com/downloads.html

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Thanks, just bookmarked it.

Mary

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Huge thanks for this, I am trying to bookmark as many useful things as I can  :smiley:

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Sandra, I'm the same going through the forum, bookmarking numerous items, then I'm going to print out what I can for future reference.

Mary

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Found this really good, sometimes there is just to much info on maps of this kind

Thanks

lesliejohn

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Free online star charts are great, essential tools. In my very humble opinion, anyone that wants to get serious about astronomy, needs to buy yourself a copy of URANOMETRIA 2000.0. This book is the "Astronomers Bible", and is a must have in your astronomy kitchen.  Astronomy software is also must have items, and yes they are also FREE. I myself have downloaded "Stellarium" , "Cartes du Ciel" and "C2A". As I am also new to astronomy and SGL, I thought I should share what I can. What an adventure we have all begun, each of us on our own journey to the same place. Take care & Clear skies  JOE 

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11 hours ago, -Dougal- said:

Is there anything similar for DSO's?

I well recommend the Illustrated Deep-Sky Observing Guide which can be downloaded free at http://www.deepskywatch.com/deepsky-guide.html

In particular there's a select section of the 650 "best", including the famous lists (Messier, Caldwell etc.).

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