Are you unsure of what you’re looking at when gazing at the night sky through your telescope? Are you just beginning your binoculars journey through the stars? Check out these free star charts made several years ago by Andrew L. Johnson.
Charts vary by declination (Dec) and right ascension (RA) which are the latitude and longitude equivalents in the celestial realms.
Click a chart below to access the full PDF version that you can save and print as needed.
A supplementary chart, which is numbered 11a, is below.
Gary is a bird watcher and amateur astronomer. This means he's set up several bird feeders in his backyard and likes looking at the night sky when the weather is warm. To those ends, he uses optics appropriate for those avocations.
For decades I have owned a Tasco telescope. You can…
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