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Sky Spot Finder Charts of Select Double Stars - DOUBLE

SKU: SPT-DOUBLE
  • This is an ideal set of charts for the Telrad owner, but is also works with red dot finders.

  • The bold print and white card stock make it easy to read with a red light.

  • The charts are made out of sturdy white vellum card stock and are bound together.

  • Sky Spot has created a scale field that will help you direct your finder to the right object.
$19.95

Sky Spot Finder Charts of the Messier Objects Vol 1 & 2

SKU: SPT-MESSIER
  • This is an ideal set of charts for the Telrad owner, but is also great for red dot finders.

  • The charts come in two volumes that cover Messier Objects M1 through M110.

  • The charts are made out of sturdy laminated paper and are bound.

  • There are 106 charts total.
$35.95

Sky Spot Finder Charts of Overlooked Objects

SKU: SPT-OVER
  • This is an ideal set of charts for the Telrad owner, but is also great for red dot finders.

  • The charts are easy to read with a red light.

  • The charts are made out of sturdy white vellum card stock and are bound together.

  • There are 45 pages total in this Finder Chart booklet.
$17.95

When you’re in the field exploring the skies, it may be difficult to find what you are looking for. That is why the best astronomers take star charts with them. Sky Spot has developed some of the best astronomy sky charts in the industry. Star charts eliminate the frustration of finding a particular celestial object. Even if you have a computerized telescope set up, it is useful to have a backup just in case the electronics fail. Never leave home without one!


Astronomy sky charts are simple to understand. They are a map of the night sky. Star charts divide the sky into grids to accurately notate the location of celestial objects, such as planets, stars, nebulae, and galaxies. Star cartography, the mapping of celestial objects, is an ever-changing field. Objects are constantly being found and some are even modified, such as when Pluto lost its planetary status. Deep sky objects, such as nebulae, double stars, and galaxies are always being discovered and added to star charts. For this reason, it never hurts to update your star chart collection.


Sky Spot offers a comprehensive array of astronomy sky charts. Whether you are interested in exploring the Messier objects or simply looking for a new celestial object to observe, their charts will show you the way. Just don’t forget a red flashlight so you can see the star chart in the dark without sacrificing your adapted eyesight. We also recommend you familiarise yourself with the star chart and understand how to use them before going out in the field. Astronomy sky charts can be complicated for amateurs to understand, and fumbling with new equipment can be disheartening. Our experts are here to help you enjoy your time under the stars. Feel free to reach out to us with your questions!

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