Uranometria 2000.0

Uranometria 2000.0

(yoo-ră-noh-met -ree-ă) A computer-plotted star atlas by W. Tirion et al, published 1987–88 in two volumes, displaying all stars and many other objects brighter than magnitude 9.5 in the northern and southern skies; the objects are precessed to the epoch 2000.0. There is also an associated catalog. The original Uranometria of Johann Bayer was published in 1603.
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Cragin M, Lucyk J and Rappaport B: The Deep Sky Field Guide to Uranometria 2000.
For that, get Kepple and Sanner's The Night Sky Observer's Guide (listing 7,935 objects, many with paragraph visual descriptions and a photo or sketch) or the Uranometria 2000.
Although the circular symbol for A2666 plotted in the second edition of the Uranometria 2000.
For pristine skies, my choice is the two-volume hardcover Uranometria 2000.
For simplicity, I've followed the lettering scheme used by the Uranometria 2000.