Star chart


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The star chart helps to get to know the starry sky.

It includes two sky maps. The first one, above the text, represents the night sky we see looking to the south. Studying this map gives an idea of the annual movement of the Sun. The other side of the map represents the sky we see looking to the north. This shows the daily movement of the starry sky around the North Star.

Constellations we can see in the east are on the left side of the first map and on the right side of the second map.

If you want the stars on the chart to move correctly, turn the southern sky clockwise and the northern sky counterclockwise.

Visit the Old Observatory: www.tahetorn.ut.eee/en

Cardboard, dimensions 14 × 16 cm.

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