Science Astronomy Amateur Sky Maps and Atlases
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This category lists sites specifically for sky maps and atlases used for the purpose of viewing preparations.

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3-D Starmaps
An attempt to assist science fiction fans and authors of science fiction novels who lack the knowledge to construct maps.
The Constellations and their Stars
Listings with information, images, sky charts, references, resources, and links.
The Dome of the Sky
Online planetarium showing views of the stars and constellations at different latitudes and different dates.
Google Sky
Allows you to view celestial objects, including stars, constellations, galaxies, planets and the Earth's moon
Microsoft WorldWide Telescope
Enables your computer to function as a virtual telescope, bringing together imagery from the best telescopes in the world.
Monthly Sky Maps
Sky charts for every location.
MyStarsLive
MyStars for Windows software to construct for any city.
Neave Planetarium
Virtual planetarium customizable by location (latitude and longitude) and time of day. Requires Flash.
Photopic Sky Survey
Simple map of constellations and sky objects.
SkEye
An advanced planetarium for Android that can also be used as a PUSHTO guide for telescopes.
Sky Map Online
Provides free printable and interactive sky charts for any location, time and viewpoint.
SkyMaps
Maps of the night sky for northern and southern hemispheres, designed to be printed and used, and updated each month.
Solar System Live
Interactive Orrery of the web with links to other software.
Solar System Simulator
Collection of planetary and star maps.
SolStation
On-line interactive 3D maps including software and support.
WikiSky
Provides an online interactive system. Includes articles, gallery, forum, and FAQ.
Your Sky
Interactive planetarium that can produce maps for any time and date, viewpoint, and observing location.
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