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Celestial Planisphere  by Thomas Filsinger -- star chart poster
Celestial Planisphere (Glow in the Dark)
by Thomas Filsinger
Limited StockDifficult to Find
A large glow-in-the-dark all-sky star chart showing the classical constellations,
the Milky Way, the Messier objects, and stars by color and brightness.
Designed with the intention of offering a map of the heavens that would
help us remember, learn and appreciate the great cosmos that surrounds us.
Our all time best-selling poster!
36 in. x 24 in.
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Map of the Universe by Thomas Filsinger -- star chart poster
Map of the Universe (Glow in the Dark)
by Thomas Filsinger
Limited StockDifficult to Find
Originally published in 1981 by Celestial Arts of Berkeley California.
A very large glow-in-the-dark star chart showing the classical constellations and
the Milky Way of the Northern Hemisphere (to 45° South).
35 in. x 35 in.
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Stars of the Northern Hemisphere
Stars of the Northern Hemisphere
This full-color map of the night sky shows more than 2,400 stars that can be seen throughout the world. Featuring star names, constellations, asterisms, and coordinate systems, three separate panels also show the circumpolar, winter and summer constellations.

The poster is divided into three separate panels, showing the circumpolar constellations, the winter constellations and the summer constellations. This easy to use presentation makes it especially great for learning and provides a quick stargazing map for virtually anyone. Includes a legend that shows the magnitudes, temperatures and brightness of the stars.

Features:
Shows 2,400+ stars seen throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia.
Star Names, Constellations, Asterisms, and Coordinate Systems.
Locations of stars with extrasolar planets are marked.
Close up views of Pleiades (Seven Sisters) and Hyades star clusters.
24 in. x 36 in.
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Map of the Universe
Map of the Universe
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A large star chart showing the classical constellations and the Milky Way
of the Northern Hemisphere (from 90° North to 45° South). Includes info panels and embedded images
of several celestial objects. Presented as a "God's eye view" (reversed) of the night sky.
35 in. x 35 in.
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Star Map - ©Spaceshots
Star Map
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A very fine star chart showing both hemispheres. Lower portion highlights zodiacal constellations.
Star map designed by world-renowned celestial cartographer, Wil Tirion.
29 in. x 22 in.
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Map of the Sky
Map of the Sky
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A larger than average star chart showing stars to magnitude 5.0 and many deep-sky objects.
Includes the Milky Way, constellation lines, and classical constellation figures (lower portion).
38 in. x 27 in.
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Map of the Sky
Map of the Sky • La Carte du Ciel • Sternenkarte • Carta del Cielo
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A star chart showing color-coded stars to magnitude 5.0 and many deep-sky objects.
Chart labels are presented in English, French, German, and Spanish.
Includes the Milky Way, constellation lines, and constellation figures (lower portion).
36 in. x 24 in.
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Chart of The Heavens - ©Spaceshots
The Heavens Star Chart
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Produced by the National Geographic Society.
The stars of Earth's night sky seem to hang like tranquil lanterns, filling us with wonder. They inspire great works of art, and tempt our imaginations into creating stories and myths from the shapes we see. The Heavens shows star charts and constellations for both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. All 2,844 of the stars on the chart, plus nebulae and star clusters, can be seen with the unaided eye, making this chart a perfect companion for viewing the night sky.
31 in. x 23 in.
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Milky Way Chart - ©Spaceshots
Milky Way Chart
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Produced by the National Geographic Society.
This computer-generated image of the Milky Way shows the entire galaxy in one perspective of a 3-D model. The model incorporates the positions of hundreds of thousands of stars and nebulae within the galaxy, shows Earth's location, and includes additional photographs, descriptions and locations of fascinating phenomena throughout the Milky Way.
31 in. x 20 in.
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Universe Chart - ©Spaceshots
Universe Chart
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Produced by the National Geographic Society.
As far as we can see with our ever-improving telescopes, there are at least a hundred billion galaxies arrayed throughout the Universe. Each, like the Milky Way, is an "island universe" containing billions of stars. This map uses graphic leaps of scale to show how our Solar System fits within the vastness of the Universe. The map also includes a Universe timeline and a description of its evolution.
31 in. x 20 in.
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Earth At Night Map
Earth at Night Map
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Produced by the National Geographic Society.
This intriguing map reveals in stunning detail the pulsating lights of the Earth at night. See where populations are most and least concentrated. The rare view is a composite image made by three satellites on cloud-free nights over a one-year period. In addition to showing lighted areas of the Earth, this map also features where fires rage and natural gas burn-off and night fishing locations.
35 in. x 22 in.
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Earth by Night
Earth by Night
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A very popular poster that shows what the Earth looks like at night. Can you find your favorite country or city? Surprisingly, city lights make this task quite possible. Human-made lights highlight particularly developed or populated areas of the Earth's surface, including the seaboards of Europe, the eastern United States, and Japan. Many large cities are located near rivers or oceans so that they can exchange goods cheaply by boat. Particularly dark areas include the central parts of South America, Africa, Asia, and Australia. The image is actually a composite of hundreds of pictures made by the orbiting DMSP satellites.
34 in. x 24 in.
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