Find Your Latitude

Check your position on Earth on the map above and choose which latitude is closest to where you live. Color-coded horizon lines on each monthly chart correspond to the latitude lines shown above. The horizons range from 60° north to 40° south.

star-motion diagram shows directions in which stars move chart shows ail stars brighter than magnitude 5.0

symbol for deep-sky object coior-coded crosses indicate zeniths from various latitudes color-coded horizon lines for use when facing north key to star magnitudes, deep-sky objects, and points of reference star-motion diagram shows directions in which stars move chart shows ail stars brighter than magnitude 5.0

symbol for deep-sky object coior-coded crosses indicate zeniths from various latitudes color-coded horizon lines for use when facing north key to star magnitudes, deep-sky objects, and points of reference

Milky Way ecliptic (useful for locating planets)

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color-coded horizon lines for use when facing south

Milky Way ecliptic (useful for locating planets)

compass direction table shows times when chart is applicable

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