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Location: Prague
(50.0830°N, 14.4670°E)
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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Why does the sky chart have east on the left and west on the right?

The reason the chart seems to have east and west flipped, is because it is meant to correspond to the sky over your head, and not the ground under your feet like a map of the earth. You have to imagine holding the chart above your head to use it, and then the directions are correct.
 

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