of the Dine (Navajo) Universe portrays the basic elements of Navajo astronomy in an easy-to-use fashion. Derived from an original
painting done by a traditional Navajo artist, the poster includes the 13 primary Navajo constellations as well as other important
celestial objects and their descriptions.
The viewer will
quickly recognize certain objects in the poster including the Milky Way, and possibly the Big Dipper, Cassiopeia and the North
Star. These western objects approximately correlate to the positions of the main Navajo constellations and can help stargazers
find the Navajo constellations in the night sky.
also includes a few short explanations about key elements of Navajo astronomy, but is truly meant to be a companion to the
book, "Sharing The Skies," where in-depth details about Navajo astronomy and the individual constellations are given.
This poster is one-of-a-kind. Both the image and the information are
unique and have never before been available in such a format.
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