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The traditional atlas of choice is Nortons Star Atls, this has been around for decades and is regularly updated, Ive had 3 in my time and they are excellent. Cambridge Star Atlas is also a good one, I have this and the Cambridge Double Star Atls as wel which has the same maps in it and is just as useful.

Phil

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I have the sky and telescope pocket star atlas. It's A5 metal spiral bound and very good. £9.69 on amazon. Also fits perfectly in Binocular case :)

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I have the sky and telescope pocket star atlas. It's A5 metal spiral bound and very good. £9.69 on amazon. Also fits perfectly in Binocular case :)

Another vote for this one, I have it and it is great, here is the direct link to Amazon....

http://www.amazon.co...27576156&sr=8-4

Just checked - it's the last one, be quick!

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I have the sky and telescope pocket star atlas. It's A5 metal spiral bound and very good. £9.69 on amazon. Also fits perfectly in Binocular case :)

Another vote for this one, I have it and it is great, here is the direct link to Amazon....

http://www.amazon.co...27576156&sr=8-4

Just checked - it's the last one, be quick!

Ditto :D

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I thought I might aswell get one of these too :) Ordered with my free next day delivery :)

One question though, how do you read it in the dark :P

You had better order a red light torch while you are at it.

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Can you recommend one? :D Ideally of amazon and prime eligible.

Found a good one on Amazon. The gerber recon task light torch. Don't know how to post links on here, but it's £17 something.

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