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30 Light Year Star Map - Small Poster
3D star map of area within 30 light years. A table of stars is below. For close-up images of the poster go to http://www.projectrho.com/smap12.html#map01

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13" x 16" $9 $12 $22 $64 $69
19" x 24" $14 $17 $31 $107 $99
26" x 32" $20 $26 $47 $164 $129
32" x 40" $27 $36 $65 $233 N/A
38" x 48" $36 $49 $90 $315 N/A
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30 Light Year Star Map - Small Poster

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