This Sky & Telescope Map of the Moon's near side identifies 300 craters by name, plus dozens of other features on a new, easy-to-read mosaic image. Great for use at the telescope too. Both versions are laminated and will last for years.
In the "Standard" version, the Moon is shown north up, the way it appears in binoculars.
In the "Mirror-Image" version, the image has been flipped left to right to show a mirror-reversed, north up lunar disk, as it appears in telescopes with an odd number of reflections.(If your scope-eyepiece configuration shows the Moon mirror-reversed with south up, simply turn this map upside down.)
Jan 6, 2011
It's pretty much the only choice.Pros:
Strong Construction,CompactCons: Comments:
This is pretty much the only choice for reticle eyepieces and for finder scopes. And it is only available here. I did purchase another brand a while back that had a flashing feature but it was big, bulky, and broke after first use.
It would be nice for these things to turn off automatically after a few hours of non use. I just can't seem to remember to turn them off and I'm always replacing batteries.
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