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Learn more about the Atlas of the Stars Digital Edition

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Astronomy magazine's popular Atlas of the Stars returns with a new edition — available for the first time in digital format!

Experience the same high quality articles and detailed maps contained in the print edition with new digital features such as videos, audio links, search, zoom and more.

Once you order, you get instant access on your PC or Mac desktop or laptop, your iPad or your mobile device. For offline viewing, download the Atlas of the Stars to your desktop or laptop and enjoy it anywhere!

Now updated with 42,000 more stars and 150 more deep-sky objects, the digital Atlas of the Stars is your complete, all-in-one companion to the night sky.

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Order now — and get your digital Atlas of the Stars for just $12.95.
Atlas of the Stars editor Michael Bakich takes you on a tour of the features of the online edition in the video below.
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