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Navigational Star Chart- how to use it for star identification
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I've just written up a procedure for finding which stars will be on your meridian, generally, on the first day of each month of the year at 7PM Local Standard Time.

It uses the USNO's Navigational Star Chart which, if you study it for a while, is full of helpful information.

You can get it here- Navigational Star Chart- how to use it for star identification

'Hope it's beneficial to you.

Following seas,

Johannes H.
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(12-23-2017, 01:01 AM)CelNav57 Wrote: I've just written up a procedure for finding which stars will be on your meridian, generally, on the first day of each month of the year at 7PM Local Standard Time.

It uses the USNO's Navigational Star Chart which, if you study it for a while, is full of helpful information.

You can get it here- Navigational Star Chart- how to use it for star identification

'Hope it's beneficial to you.

Following seas,

Johannes H.

Thank you.  It is helpful.  You skillfully put together/combine something similar to 2102D Star Plotter, which requires to use several circular diagrams  to find stars. Your chart is more friendly to use and more concise and straight to the point.
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