Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wished you could point out the constellations and planets? How about knowing when a lunar eclipse is due? All you need to get started is this calendar that features beautifully detailed and easy-to-use charts of the night sky. Whether you’re using a small telescope, a pair of binoculars, or just your own naked eye, this calendar makes identifying the most important objects in the night sky simple and fun. With the Year of the Night Sky 202 calendar, you’ll always know what to keep an eye out for—and when and where to find it. For both novice and advanced stargazers, this beautiful calendar will fill the year with the wonder of the heavens above.
Covering the skies of the northern hemisphere are 12 detailed maps and text, which include information such as phases of the Moon, planetary positions, eclipses, major constellations, deep-sky objects, viewing tips, photos of stars, planets, moons, and more.
Richard Talcott is the senior editor of Astronomy magazine. Since joining the publication in 1986, he has written hundreds of articles for the magazine and is author of Teach Yourself VISUALLY Astronomy (Visual). He lives in Waukesha, Wisconsin, with his wife Evelyn.
12 x 12 inches