Unformatted text preview: visible to the unaided eye are labeled on the map. The double star (Dbl) at the bend of the handle of the Big Dipper should be detectable. The famous © 2006 Abrams Planetarium Subscription: $11.00 per year, from Sky Calendar , Abrams Planetarium, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824-1324. This map is applicable one hour either side of the above times. More detailed charts appear monthly in the magazines Astronomy and Sky &Telescope. Late December 10 p.m. Early January 9 p.m. Late January 8 p.m. Early February 7 p.m. January Evening Skies SOUTH WEST EAST NORTH + Glx + OCl Overhead BIG DIPPER Dbl-Polaris LITTLE CYGNUS Deneb CASSIOPEIA GREAT SQUARE OF PEGASUS ANDROMEDA ARIES Pleiades TAURUS Aldebaran Hyades ORION Betelgeuse Rigel Nb CANIS MAJOR Sirius CANIS MINOR Procyon GEMINI Castor Pollux AURIGA Capella The Kids LEO Regulus (The Sickle) ✷ Saturn Mars ✷...
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