This looks like a really great print for any amateur astronomers out there. Shared by Aikidoka on YouMagine:
Parts for the star locater
Plate with degree scale and hole to determine the position of a star
Wing nut M5
die washer 0.8mm and 0.3mm
You can assemble the star locater optimized for left-hander or right-hander.
Be careful when you read the degree.
The right degree is which line right-angled to the grip.
Place the plate to 90 degree (vertical to the top) and look to the 90 degree
line to become a feeling for the scale.
For example the star locater is placed to 50 degree on the photo.
You can use the star locater to search a star or you can measure the degree between you and the star.
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