cloudsweeper Posted June 3, 2016 Share Posted June 3, 2016 Ordered through Amazon, express delivery, after recommendation by some SGL members. Thanks again!. I was frustrated at not seeing much of what's out there using various apps, so went for an atlas. This is looking to be a great aid to DSO hunting. Lots of spiral-bound pages, each a bit bigger than A5, and packed with detail of a patch of sky, showing stars, constellations, and DSOs with handy colour-coding. Nebulae for example are well outlined, although I don't expect to see their full extents! Not only that, but there is a comprehensive index, divided by type of object, then sub-divided by catalogue (M, C, IC, NGC, etc.). Really looking forward to using this atlas, and I too would now recommend it to anyone who has not yet acquired one. Doug. 7 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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