Revolving Global Celestial Chart

Erich Karkoschka

€7.99

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    Now in a practical storage cover With sky preview for 15 years
302x300x5mm (LxWxH)
Pages: 2
EAN: 9783440117484
Art.-No.: 11748
The revolving global celestial chart is unique in the world: it's well thought-out system permits star gazing from any location on earth. From the Big Dipper to the Southern Cross - with this chart all constellations around the globe can easily be found and observed. Thanks to the weather-resistant plastic design it is also ideal for hikers and globetrotters! In the accompanying booklet: tips for observation, phases of the moon and planet positions.

About the author

Erich Karkoschka

Dr. Erich Karkoschka works as a specialist for planetary research at the Lunar and Planetary Center in Tucson/USA. Hobby astronomers know and appreciate his Atlas for Sky Observers – in brief “The Karkoschka” – as a definitive book.
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