From Jim Kaler's STARS

This site is paired with The Constellations.

The whole sky and the locations of 77 of the 88 constellations (including all the ancient figures) are presented in six maps, one of each of the two polar regions, the other four centered on the celestial equator. The positions of the missing constellations are described in the text to the appropriate map. The maps show stars through third magnitude and into fourth along with their Greek letter names as well as prominent proper names. Exceptional non-stellar objects are noted. The artificial connections that outline each figure are not necessarily the same as those presented in the STARS pages. The maps also show the ecliptic, the Milky Way, and its formal center line, the Galactic Equator (that of the disk of our Galaxy). Each map is presented for the evening at 8:30 PM (20 hours 30 minutes) for the month at the top.

Map 1: The north polar constellations
Map 2: The constellations of northern autumn/southern spring Map 3: The constellations of northern winter/southern summer
Map 4: The constellations of northern spring/southern autumn Map 5: The constellations of northern summer/southern winter
Map 6: The south polar constellations

For more, visit The Night Sky Atlas.
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