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FREE eBook: Stargazing: Getting Started Download Your Stargazing eBook from Sky & Telescope ! * Object 1 How to Make a Star Wheel the Simple Way By: The Editors of Sky & Telescope | April 15, 2007 101 Share It takes just a few minutes to make this handy Star Wheel, which helps you navigate the night sky with ease! Click on image for a larger view. Kelly Beatty Like most people, you probably enjoy getting out under a clear night sky to gaze up at the beautiful tapestry of stars and planets overhead. But what if you can't tell Polaris from Pollux, or Saturn from Sagittarius? No problem! Using this simple, easy-to-make Star Wheel , you'll be navigating the night sky with confidence in no time.
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