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Very detailed sky atlas
13 February 2019
The atlas it as bit larger than A4 and comes as hard cover and spiral bound. The title is pretty accurate, it is a jumbo edition. But it makes it easy to read the charts which are full of information, showing star magnitudes, types of nebulae, sizes of galaxies, etc in some detail and easy to understand. Apart from the introduction and a description of how to use the atlas, it is divided into eight main parts, each representing a three hour section of the sky (10 charts per section). At the back of the atlas you will find some close-up charts as well as a fairly sizeable index.
There are two niggles. One is that the pages are made from decent paper but could have been more solid, especially considering the spiral binding (I fear that some pages may make a bid for freedom after some Scottish windy nights). Second, the galaxies are printed in red and will therefore be difficult to identify out in the field using red light.