- This Celestron Sky Maps & Planisphere is made from sturdy, moisture resistant card stock.
- These sky maps are made for use in the Northern Hemisphere.
- The planisphere rotates to simulate the seasonal progression of celestial objects through the sky.
- After being predisposed to light, the star glow like actual constellations.
- The maps measure 13¼" x 11¼".
- The author of this planisphere is Ken Graun.
- The planisphere is geared toward children ages five to fifteen.
- For use in the Northern Hemisphere from 30 to 50 degrees latitude.
- The 11" Guide to the Stars features 70 constellations, 55 star names, 12 easy binocular objects, and more.
- The Ken Press Guide to the Stars is made of durable plastic.
- The 1'" Planisphere is made in the USA of durable plastic.
- This is made to be used in the Northern Hemisphere from 30-60 degrees latitude.
- The David H. Levy Planisphere's two parts are easy to use.
- The planisphere uses two-sided projection to reduce sky distortion.
- The 16" David H. Levy's Guide to the Stars Planisphere is made in the USA of plastic for durability.
- For use in the Northern Hemisphere from 30-60 degrees latitude.
- The David Levy Planisphere is easy to use and shows objects you can find with binoculars on the front.
- The back includes information on the Moon, planets and meteor showers and more.