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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Misc & Other Astronomy > Classified #133377

For Sale: Sky Atlas 2000 Deluxe Laminated - SOLD

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Sky Atas 2000.0, 2nd Edition,
This is the Deluxe version that is heavy duty laminated. The Sky Atlas 2000.0 contains 26 charts covering the whole sky and showing 81,312 single, multiple, and variable stars of magnitude 8.5 and brighter and 2,700 deep-sky objects. Includes close-up charts of such areas as the celestial poles and the Virgo-Coma galaxy region, as well as an acetate coordinate-grid overlay for determining accurate positions.

Also included is the Sky Atlas 2000 Companion.

This essential reference features an alphabetical listing of every deep-sky object — 2,700 in all — plotted in Sky Atlas 2000.0, 2nd edition. Its main section lists each star cluster, nebula, and galaxy by name, includes descriptive remarks by well-known observers, and cross-references them to their chart numbers. A second section tabulates the objects and their properties by chart number. Both sections provide coordinates, object type, constellation, and apparent magnitude.

Finally, everything is contained in a deluxe heavy duty "Chart Carrier" case that has enough room for all 26 charts, the Sky
Atlas companion and more.

I will also include deluxe laminated moon maps.

All for $70 plus shipping.

Payment accepted via PayPal and Money Order.

Thanks!

Chuck
 

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