These star charts were part of a guidance and navigation (G&N) dictionary carried by the Apollo 11 lunar module when it reached the moon’s surface on July 20, 1969.
Inside the module, the computer that provided navigation and guidance required astronauts to use a telescope to sight three stars, find their locations on the gridded star chart, and enter their numerical codes into the computer. Triangulating from this information, the computer would redirect the spacecraft onto a desired trajectory.
Alex Ross’ Variant cover to Star Wars #1, homage to Howard Chaykin’s 1977 Stars Wars #1 cover
Ghostbusters Goofy, Donald and Mickey get a call from some “Lonesome Ghosts” (1937)