astronomical atlas

astronomical atlas

[‚as·trə′näm·ə·kəl ′at·ləs]
(astronomy)
A set of maps of celestial phenomena, often developed in conjunction with an astronomical catalog, and providing a clear picture of the spatial relations between the phenomena.
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Glasgow-born Isobel Hawking bought an astronomical atlas as she waited for Stephen, her first child, to be born in wartime Oxford.