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Calculating historical star maps from proper motion

I'm working on some software which needs to calculate the position of stars and galaxies visible to the naked eye at different periods of human history. The Yale Bright Star Catalogue gives the ...
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I am looking for the SKYMAP Api (To create nightsky/star maps)

The ones used by underluckystars.com and thenightsky.com I have found several but I am having difficulty finding a working updated version, has anyone come across this API, or know where I can find ...
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How to create unique 3d star maps?

I have been trying to create a calculator which finds the distance between two stars that the user chooses. But I'm having a hard time visualizing where these stars are in real space. Do you know of ...
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Calculating the range of visible Right Ascension and Declination from specific location + time

Given a specific date and time, and coordination of a location on earth, how can I calculate (myself, or using a python package) range of visible RA and Dec? For example (but I'm looking for a ...
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What projection would I use to map the northern night sky onto a geodesic dome?

I'm trying to create a geodesic dome with the stars of the northern night sky inscribed on the outside. The highest point of the dome would be the celestial north pole. How do I create a map that ...
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How do I make a custom pulsar map?

I'm looking to make a custom pulsar map like the one on the Voyager Records, but for an arbitrary location within the Milky Way Galaxy. I'm not even sure where to begin.
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2D Distorted Star Map for Pasting on Sphere Surface

Are there printable 2D star maps that are distorted such that, when printed, they can be cut (along printed lines) to be applied to the outside of a sphere to represent the celestial sphere, as seen ...