Orion has made the difficult decision to close our warehouse facility in the Netherlands. With the continuing supply chain/logistics challenges and slowness in the economy we have found that it is not economically feasible to maintain operations in the UK and Europe.
We have therefore stopped taking orders on this website. We apologize for any inconvenience.
We will continue to have Orion dealers in Europe to meet the needs of Orion consumers. We will also continue to honor the 30-Day product return period as well as honoring the Orion warranty for purchases made in the UK and Europe.
Our US-based Customer Service Representatives are here to help. Contact them via email at email@example.com or in the United Kingdom, via phone at 0-800-041-8146 (Monday-Friday between the hours of 1300 and 2400 GMT).
See what stars, constellations, and cool celestial objects are visible in the sky this month. You can print the chart for use outdoors.
This chart depicts the evening sky for the times indicated. The edge represents the horizon; the chart's center is the point overhead. Hold a printout of the chart out in front of you so the horizon marked with the direction you're facing is down. Then match the stars on the map with the real stars in the sky.
This chart shows the sky as seen from 40 degrees north latitude. When viewing from a lower latitude, stars in the southern sky will appear higher above the horizon while those in the northern sky will be lower. When viewing from a latitude higher than 40 degrees, the opposite will be true.
To increase the chart's readability, Then you can zoom in to increase its size and/or print the chart.
Printing or enlarging the star chart requires Adobe Reader.
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Check out our selection of beginner telescopes for the budding astronomer.
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Our advanced telescopes provide the best performance but may require more skill to master and appreciate.