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    Came across this as I was looking for some information on RA & Dec.

    1951ASPL....6..162B Page 162
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    Interesting stuff. Charts have sure taken quite a leap toward user friendliness since then!
    I found another page excerpt, Figure 10.6, one page down.: Star maps: history, artistry, and ... - Google Books
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