Hawaiian Astronomical Society
All Sky Interactive Maps
The interactive, all sky maps are brought to you by TheSky for Windows, plus considerable HTML coding. Eventually, the atlas will show monthly star maps for latitudes between 60° north and 60° south.
Begin by picking the latitude closest to your observing site from the list to your left.
Next, chose the month you are interested in. You will then see a list of times listed in two hour increments. The list is in three columns. Column 1 lists links for the beginning of the month, column two for mid month, and column three for the end of the month.
There is no daylight savings time correction. The times are local for Hawaii (this is the Hawaiian Astronomical Society, after all). We have no daylight savings time, but have a kind of permanent, partial version of it. We are offset about 30 to 45 minutes from the center of our time zone. For the rest of you, this means you should simply pick the time closest to the one that interests you.
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