Stargazing is one of the great things about being out on the water at night. This handheld portable planetarium identifies stars and constellations with its integrated star maps. The compact, kaleidoscope-like device uses adapters for your specific latitude with adjustable settings for the current day and time to select the computer-drawn star map that aligns with the night sky. With the guide, you and your friends can quickly identify over 1,500 stars and constellations that are visible to the naked eye.
Stellarscope is accurate between 20 degrees and 60 degrees north or south latitude which includes the continental U.S. as well as most of Alaska and Canada south of the Arctic Circle. It’s easy to hold at 6 inches x 2.5 inches and weighing just 5.6 oz.
Designed by Bernard Vuarnesson, and manufactured in France, this guide to the cosmos can be yours for $49.