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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Astronomy - Software > Classified #228440

For Sale: Astrocards Complete Set SOLD!

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Selling a complete set of Astrocards. Deep Sky A + B and Messier set. 210 cards in a black plastic index card box, all in very good condition. A great way to learn the sky. Here's a blurb about them:

"Each 3x5-inch data card shows the location of numerous deep-sky objects with 12 x 9 degree star fields...The chart scale is nearly the same as that of Sky Atlas 2000...The cards are printed on heavy 70 lb. cardstock with a glossy face to withstand dewy nights. Each card has two star charts: The left chart shows a broad sky area as it appears to the naked eye; the right chart is a detailed map that matches the view seen through a typical 8x50 viewfinder. To aid in locating the area, a "guide star" is indicated by an arrow on both charts. Aiming the viewfinder at the "guide star" places your telescope in the field of the finder chart making star hopping easy. After you reposition the viewfinder's crosshairs from the guide star to the area of one of the various objects plotted on the chart, the object will be visible in the eyepiece."

These are done by the same folks who put together the Night Sky


$22.00 shipped conus. I accept paypal not by credit card, money order or personal check upon clearance.

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