The Sky Chart is an interpretive map of the night sky, where you can find the constellations and major stars visible from the Northern Hemisphere, throughout the year.
The star Polaris, in the constellation Ursa Minor, is in the center of the chart. As this star is aligned with the axis of rotation of the earth passing through the poles, it remains motionless in the sky during the night, while the other stars appear to rotate around it.
The chart was printed in three colors: light blue, dark blue and black.
The chart background is dark blue and the white stars emerge in their respective magnitudes, with the name of the most important.
The light blue lines, connecting the stars, define graphically the constellations. The name of the constellations appear in Latin, also in light blue.
Allegorical depictions of the constellations are drawn in black.
Three spot-colour offset print on Munken Lynx 150g paper.
Dimensions: 69 x 69 cm square (aprox. 27 ¼ x 27 ¼ in).
The poster can be cut out around the outline, resulting in a circular chart with a diameter of 64,5 cm (aprox. 25 ½ in).
The chart is sold in a cardboard tube.