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May 01 2006 01:41 AM | mcoren in Star Charts
The atlas is 6-1/2 x 9 inches, not exactly "pocket" size but certainly small enough to fit easily into a backpack, equipment case, or glove compartment. The atlas is wire bound so it will lay flat when open or can be easily folded
Mar 14 2005 08:37 AM | EdZ in Star Charts
Sky Atlas 2000.0 in its second edition offers nearly 90,000 stars, with all positions derived from the Hipparcos database, the most accurate survey ever undertaken. The map area is 460 x 330 mm (18 by 13 inches). The author, Wil Tirion (email@example.com) Sky Atlas 2000.0 - Second Edition
Mar 14 2005 07:14 AM | StarStuff1 in Star Charts
OK, before I give my review it might be a good idea to describe my ratings system. Of course it is very subjective and is based primarily on my own personal experiences with a particular product but factors in what I have read or have been told by other users of the same product.