Daily Telegraph Night Sky | Wall Map | ROGER LASCELLES

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Published June 2012, this second edition of our popular Chart of the Night Sky has been thoroughly revised and checked by science journalist Adrian Berry, who writes the monthly Night Sky column for the Daily Telegraph. 

Beautifully drawn, this easy to use chart shows all the constellations of the northern hemisphere for every month of the year and is excellent for those beginning to learn their way round the night sky.

The constellations are clearly named and the brightest stars also named and clearly marked on the map together with the milky way and the ecliptic.

Around the map is also a wealth of additional information including the relative sizes of the planets; information on the earth’s orbit and the seasons; the signs of the zodiac; the twenty brightest stars; physical features and phases of the moon; plus information explaining light years, the milky way and more.

Printed on quality 130 g/m² matt paper. The durable encapsulated version is bonded between two sheets of tough, flexible, crystal clear plastic, perfect for framing without the need for glass and allowing you, should you wish, to write on/wipe off with dry or wet pens.  Also available as a folded map.

Map Type

Encapsulated wall map ISBN/EAN: 9781858797229, Paper wall map ISBN/EAN: 9781858797212

Format

Wall map

Publisher

Roger Lascelles

Sheet size

99cm x 74cm

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