Necessary equipment for every sky observer. The map shows the appearance of the sky at any time every day of the year. It contains stars visible to the naked eye (up to 6.5 magnitudes) and over 150 most nebulous objects. The perimeter calendar allows to synchronize the date with the observation time, while the oval on the film overlay maps the horizon line, and the numbers - hours in Central European time.
On the back of the map there is a table of instructions on how to use the map, a list of all constellations visible over Poland (Polish name, Latin name, abbreviation) and instructions on determining the distance on the celestial sphere.
The map is recommended as a teaching resource in the teaching of astronomy in upper secondary schools, covering astronomy issues (astronomy in geography and elements of astronomy as part of a physics course).
The map is also available in the wholesale package of 30 items (for schools, institutions and for further resale) - see HERE
• Format: round, ? = 295 mm
• Binding: foiled, waterproof
• Publisher: InSolutions Aleksander Kacz, Warsaw
• Publication year: 2011
• ISBN: 978-83-933430-1-0
Warning! Remember that you can always use our rotating sky map online at www.teleskopy.pl/obrotowamapanieba.html
(comparison with other maps available on the market)