The Milky Way [Tubed] (National Geographic Reference Map)

The Milky Way [Tubed] (National Geographic Reference Map)

This computer-generated image of the Milky Way shows the entire galaxy in one perspective of a 3-D model compiled specially for National Geographic. The model incorporates the positions of hundreds of thousands of stars and nebulae within the galaxy, shows Earth's location, and includes additional photographs, descriptions and locations of fascinating phenomena throughout the Milky Way.The map is packaged in a two inch diamater clear plastic tube. The tube has a decorative label showing a thumbnail of the map with dimensions and other pertinent information. Sheet Size = 31.25" x 20.25"

  • Brand: National Geographic
  • ASIN: 0792280954
  • UPC: 749717220409

The Milky Way [Laminated] (National Geographic Reference Map)

The Milky Way [Laminated] (National Geographic Reference Map)

This computer-generated image of the Milky Way shows the entire galaxy in one perspective of a 3-D model compiled specially for National Geographic. The model incorporates the positions of hundreds of thousands of stars and nebulae within the galaxy, shows Earth's location, and includes additional photographs, descriptions and locations of fascinating phenomena throughout the Milky Way.The map is encapsulated in heavy-duty 1.6 mil laminate which makes the paper much more durable and resistant to the swelling and shrinking caused by changes in humidity. Laminated maps can be framed without the need for glass, so the fames can be much lighter and less expensive. Sheet Size = 31.25" x 20.25"

  • ASIN: 0792250087
  • UPC: 749717201408

The Night Sky 30°-40° (Large; North Latitude)

The Night Sky 30°-40° (Large; North Latitude)

The Night Sky is a rotating star finder (planisphere) that allows the user to recognize the constellations for any time of night, any day of the year. The sky appears to rotate (due to the rotation and orbital motion of the earth), so to be successful recognizing the constellations a beginner needs to know which stars are above the horizon at any time. This is the full-sized version of The Night Sky suitable for the 30°-40° latitude zone (southern half of the US, North Africa, Middle East, etc.). There are editions for the following latitude zones: 50°-60°, 40°-50°, 30°-40°, 20°-30°, and the Southern Hemisphere. There are also pocket-sized versions available for the same latitude zones.

  • Brand: Brand: David Chandler Co.
  • ASIN: 0961320753
  • UPC: 721212213070

The Night Sky 40°-50° (Large) Star Finder

The Night Sky 40°-50° (Large) Star Finder

The Night Sky is a rotating star finder- or planisphere that allows the user to recognize the constellations for any time of night, any day of the year. The sky appears to rotate (due to the rotation and orbital motion of the earth), so to be successful recognizing the constellations a beginner needs to know which stars are above the horizon at any time. This is the full-sized version of The Night Sky suitable for the 40°-50° latitude zone (northern United States and parts of Europe). We have versions for the following latitude zones: 50°-60°, 40°-50°, 30°-40°, 20°-30°, and the Southern Hemisphere. We also have pocket-sized versions available for the same latitude zones.

  • Brand: Brand: David Chandler Co.
  • ASIN: 0961320745
  • UPC: 721212213087

The Night Sky 20°-30°N (Large) Star Finder

The Night Sky 20°-30°N (Large) Star Finder

The Night Sky is a rotating star finder - or planisphere that allows the user to recognize the constellations for any time of night, any day of the year. The sky appears to rotate (due to the rotation and orbital motion of the earth), so to be successful recognizing the constellations a beginner needs to know which stars are above the horizon at any time. This is the full-sized version of The Night Sky suitable for the 20°-30° latitude zone (Florida, Caribbean, S.Texas, Hawaii). THere are versions for the following latitude zones: 50°-60°, 40°-50°, 30°-40°, 20°-30°, and the Southern Hemisphere. There are also pocket-sized versions available for the same latitude zones.

  • ASIN: 0961320761
  • UPC: 721212213063

The Night Sky, Southern Hemisphere (Large) Star Finder

The Night Sky, Southern Hemisphere (Large) Star Finder

The Night Sky is a rotating star finder (planisphere) that allows the user to recognize the constellations for any time of night, any day of the year. The sky appears to rotate (due to the rotation and orbital motion of the earth), so to be successful recognizing the constellations a beginner needs to know which stars are above the horizon at any time. This is the full-sized version of The Night Sky most suitable for Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa and South America. We have versions for the following latitude zones: 50°-60°, 40°-50°, 30°-40°, 20°-30°, and the Southern Hemisphere. We also have pocket-sized versions available for the same latitude zones.

  • ASIN: 0961320737

The Night Sky 20°-30° (Small) Star Finder

The Night Sky 20°-30° (Small) Star Finder

The Night Sky is a rotating star finder (planisphere) that allows the user to recognize the constellations for any time of night, any day of the year. The sky appears to rotate (due to the rotation and orbital motion of the earth), so to be successful recognizing the constellations a beginner needs to know which stars are above the horizon at any time. This is the pocket-sized version of The Night Sky suitable for Florida, the Caribbean, Southern Texas, Hawaii. There are versions for the following latitude zones: 50°-60°, 40°-50°, 30°-40°, 20°-30°, and the Southern Hemisphere. There are also full-sized versions available for the same latitude zones.

  • ASIN: 1891938037

The Night Sky, 50°-60° (Large) Star Finder

The Night Sky, 50°-60° (Large) Star Finder

The Night Sky is a rotating star finder (planisphere) that allows the user to recognize the constellations for any time of night, any day of the year. The sky appears to rotate (due to the rotation and orbital motion of the earth), so to be successful recognizing the constellations a beginner needs to know which stars are above the horizon at any time. This is the full-sized version of The Night Sky suitable for the 50°-60° latitude zone (Canada, Alaska, England, Northern Europe, etc.).There are versions for the following latitude zones: 50°-60°, 40°-50°, 30°-40°, 20°-30°, and the Southern Hemisphere. There are also pocket-sized versions available for the same latitude zones.

  • ASIN: 1891938088

The Origin of the Milky Way and Other Living Stories of the Cherokee (Caravan Book)

The Origin of the Milky Way and Other Living Stories of the Cherokee (Caravan Book)

Cherokee people have lived in the Great Smoky Mountains for thousands of years. During all this time, they have told stories to each other to explain how things came to be, to pass on lessons about life, and to describe the mountains, animals, plants, and spirits around them. The Origin of the Milky Way and Other Living Stories of the Cherokee collects 27 stories that are great for kids and are still being told by storytellers today. Presented by members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in their own words, the stories appear in free-verse form, like poems on the page, so that if you read them aloud, you can hear the rhythm of the stories as they were originally told. Barbara R. Duncan provides a helpful introduction that describes Cherokee people's past and present ways of life and their storytelling traditions. The book also includes a glossary of key words from the stories, suggestions for further reading, and notes on the storytellers. For young readers, for parents to read aloud to young listeners, and for teachers and libraries, The Origin of the Milky Way provides an excellent introduction to Cherokee culture. (For readers age 9 and up.)Storytellers:Davy ArchRobert BushyheadEdna ChekeleleeMarie JunaluskaKathi LittlejohnFreeman Owle

  • Brand: Brand: University of North Carolina Press
  • ASIN: 0807859303

The Night Sky 50°-60° (Small) Star Finder

The Night Sky 50°-60° (Small) Star Finder

The Night Sky is a rotating star finder (planisphere) that allows the user to recognize the constellations for any time of night, any day of the year. The sky appears to rotate (due to the rotation and orbital motion of the earth), so to be successful recognizing the constellations a beginner needs to know which stars are above the horizon at any time. This is the pocket-sized version of The Night Sky suitable for the 50°-60° latitude zone (Canada, Alaska, England, Northern Europe, etc.). There are versions for the following latitude zones: 50°-60°, 40°-50°, 30°-40°, 20°-30°, and the Southern Hemisphere. There are also large-sized versions available for the same latitude zones.

  • ASIN: 1891938096
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