Call me old fashioned, but I like looking at charts and maps... I mean physical ones. I have the ol spin the wheel Celestron spiral bound guide to the stars, as well as single disk "Guide to the stars". These are great to learn the constellations and some of the most popular clusters, galaxy, and nebula. But rather lacking on the DSO even the more popular ones.
Is there anything that has more galaxy and nebula on it? Like all of the popular ones and then some? I really would like to see it all on one cohesive map, ideally circular projection.
For example in the Guide to the Stars more DSOs are on this than the celestron map... but look near the big dipper and nothing around M101 or M52... yet just to the south M64 is labeled? I'd really like to see more/all possible targets at least larger ones more for beginners with less than 1,000mm fl. Maybe I'll just mark up the one I have, if the coated paper will take ink.
Anything exist out there like that? I know I can see these on apps I'm just wondering about a map or chart. Wasn't sure what forum to put this in, but I'm specifically interested in all the objects that one can image (at least without a very powerful telescope).