The last days were mainly cloudy and/or foggy. So there was no chance to look at the stars in the sky. Nevertheless, there was a bit of time to look up more interesting objects and since I once was a geographer, I like maps and I started inpired by the simple star wheel I have, to create my own map.
So I started to code it up in python and store it on Gitlab. So far I included all objects in the list of my previous post extended by some constellations. I am confident to recognize, which I will extend further.
The map goes to 40°S. And besides the right ascension it includes another radial axis label: the date of maximum culmination at midnight.
Beside the mapping script another two other scripts are included, which I use to create the sun and moon tables in the previous post.
So, hopefully the weather will become better soon.