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Planisphere 40º N Degrees North Latitude

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15,70 €

Planisferio latitudes 40ºN.

Gran cantidad de información en un planisferio muy completo. Diámetro: 25 cm

Idioma: inglés

+35° to +45° NB North: Central USA, Southern Europe, Central China, North Japan, Korea

Besides some 700 stars in all 88 constellations, the two ‘mother’ designs (one for the northern and one for the southern sky) from which all planispheres were derived, show some 300 ‘binocular objects’: galaxies, double stars, variable stars, nebulae etc. Apart from these objects a number of special ‘points’ is included, like the centre of our Milky Way galaxy, the galactic and ecliptic poles, the apex (the point towards which the Sun is moving) and the stars Proxima Centauri (the nearest next star!) and Barnard’s star.

The ecliptic is shown very accurately, including the dates of the Sun’s positions, allowing you to rather precisely determine the times of Sunrise and Sunset (the ‘Tips’ tell you more about this). The planisphere also shows the celestial coordinates (right ascension - RA - and declination). The points of intersection of the ecliptic and the celestial equator (one of the 'declination circles' on the star chart, which are at every 30° of latitude) are the points of the equinoxes.

 

+35° to +45° NB North: Central USA, Southern Europe, Central China, North Japan, Korea

Besides some 700 stars in all 88 constellations, the two ‘mother’ designs (one for the northern and one for the southern sky) from which all planispheres were derived, show some 300 ‘binocular objects’: galaxies, double stars, variable stars, nebulae etc. Apart from these objects a number of special ‘points’ is included, like the centre of our Milky Way galaxy, the galactic and ecliptic poles, the apex (the point towards which the Sun is moving) and the stars Proxima Centauri (the nearest next star!) and Barnard’s star.

The ecliptic is shown very accurately, including the dates of the Sun’s positions, allowing you to rather precisely determine the times of Sunrise and Sunset (the ‘Tips’ tell you more about this). The planisphere also shows the celestial coordinates (right ascension - RA - and declination). The points of intersection of the ecliptic and the celestial equator (one of the 'declination circles' on the star chart, which are at every 30° of latitude) are the points of the equinoxes.

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Planisphere 40º N Degrees North Latitude

Planisferio latitudes 40ºN.

Gran cantidad de información en un planisferio muy completo. Diámetro: 25 cm

Idioma: inglés

+35° to +45° NB North: Central USA, Southern Europe, Central China, North Japan, Korea

Besides some 700 stars in all 88 constellations, the two ‘mother’ designs (one for the northern and one for the southern sky) from which all planispheres were derived, show some 300 ‘binocular objects’: galaxies, double stars, variable stars, nebulae etc. Apart from these objects a number of special ‘points’ is included, like the centre of our Milky Way galaxy, the galactic and ecliptic poles, the apex (the point towards which the Sun is moving) and the stars Proxima Centauri (the nearest next star!) and Barnard’s star.

The ecliptic is shown very accurately, including the dates of the Sun’s positions, allowing you to rather precisely determine the times of Sunrise and Sunset (the ‘Tips’ tell you more about this). The planisphere also shows the celestial coordinates (right ascension - RA - and declination). The points of intersection of the ecliptic and the celestial equator (one of the 'declination circles' on the star chart, which are at every 30° of latitude) are the points of the equinoxes.

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