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The Sky Map

The Sky Map This astronomical survey by the Sloan organization, when completed, will provide detailed images covering more than a quarter of the sky, and almost a million galaxies and quasars. Although the site is meant to be interactive, a mandatory first stop is the Getting Started segment to
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The Sky Map


This astronomical survey by the Sloan organization, when completed, will provide detailed images covering more than a quarter of the sky, and almost a million galaxies and quasars. Although the site is meant to be interactive, a mandatory first stop is the Getting Started segment to learn how to make best use of the site's features.

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