Printable finder charts for Julia
|Date span||Date of |
|Dark on light||Light on dark|
|Jul 2013 – Dec 2013||22 Sep||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG|
|Jun 2017 – Nov 2017||7 Sep||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG|
|Jun 2021 – Nov 2021||24 Aug||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG|
|May 2025 – Oct 2025||11 Aug||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG|
|May 2029 – Oct 2029||29 Jul||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG|
|May 2033 – Oct 2033||18 Jul||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG|
|Apr 2037 – Sep 2037||7 Jul||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG||PNGPDF-RGBPDF-CMYKSVG|
The charts above were generated using StarCharter, a command-line tool for producing vector-graphics charts of the night sky, written by the author and freely available for download.
The paths of the planets are taken from the DE430 planetary ephemeris computed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Planetary positions were extracted from the DE430 files using EphemerisCompute, which was also written by the author, and is also freely available for download.
The positions of asteroids are calculated from orbital elements published by Ted Bowell of the Lowell Observatory. Comet positions are computed from orbital elements published by the Minor Planet Center (MPC).
Star positions and magnitudes were taken from the Hipparcos, Tycho, Tycho-2 and Gaia EDR3 catalogs.