The second chart of this collection, Globi Coelestis in Tabulas Planas Redacti Pars II (The Celestial Globe Rendered as Planes Part 2) depicts an internal view of the sky during the spring equinox, with a focus on the celestial region between 45 degrees north and 45 degrees south of the equator. The Zodiac constellations of Aquarius, the Water Bearer, who pours forth the waters of knowledge and enlightenment, signifying the dawn of a new era, Aries, the Ram, which heralds the arrival of spring, symbolizing renewal and vitality, and Pisces, the Fishes, which embodies spiritual depth and transcendence. Other significant constellations, including Pegasus, the winged horse of Greek mythology, galloping across the celestial expanse, symbolizing the power of imagination and inspiration. Andromeda, the chained princess, eternally bound to the heavens as a reminder of sacrifice and redemption, and Cetus, the sea monster embodying the primal forces of chaos and the eternal struggle against darkness. The chart is unique in its detailed charting of the paths of several comets. These include comets which were observed by the renowned astronomers Tycho Brahe, Giovanni Domenic Cassini, Johannes Hevelius, and John Flamsteed.

Globi Coelestis in Tabulas Planas Redacti Pars II