To find the correct size and latitude zone, use the following ISBN numbers in your Amazon.com search:
The Night Sky 50°-60° (Large), 1891938088 (Small), 1891938096
The Night Sky 40°-50° (Large), 0961320745 (Small), 1891938010
The Night Sky 30°-40° (Large), 0961320753 (Small), 1891938029
The Night Sky 20°-30° (Large), 0961320761 (Small), 1891938037
The Night Sky Southern Hemisphere (Large), 0961320737 (Small), 1891938002
This was the most recommended Planisphere to me. Works very well. Read the directions. Happy to have it.Published 16 days ago by Anthony N.
Recently got interested in night photography and shooting pictures of the Milky Way. Although there are apps for Android, and programs for the Mac to help you figure out what's in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Guy Ivie
When I am out with my 'scope this is what I use to know the general vicinity of things I want to look at. It is much easier to carry, reference, and see than a space atlas.Published 3 months ago by BJ
This planisphere is easy to read despite it being fairly compact, which is a an advantage out in the field. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dan McFist
We use these for our instructors at The Outdoor School. It helps us show the children how the sky moves, where things are in relation to one another in the sky and our telescope... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Madeline Kissane
Not a bad chart. Got my first telescope when I was 10. Great then and great now. Only 58! Use it a lot because I have forgotten a lot over the years. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Walter Rivet Jr.