That's a guide to help us to discover the sky that we could observe from our latitudes through the year. We could recognise the most caracteristic constellations and the most remarkable objects like double stars, stellar clusters, galaxies, etc. What's more, it contains information about the moon phases and the visibility of the planets.
Eduard Masana is an astronomer and researcher of the Gaia group at the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the University of Barcelona and a member of the Institute of Space Studies of Catalonia. In recent years, he has developed the Gaia GASS simulator and his research is focused on determining stellar physical parameters from photometric data. Masana also participates in several outreach activities, giving talks to the general públic and organizing astronomical observations. He is the creator of the Eclipse 2.0 application for calculating eclipses and planetary transits. His outreach activity places a particular emphasis on Gaia, with the aim of making the mission known to the general public, students or astronomy fans. He is also a member of the editorial board of the Gaiaverse outreach portal.
On the occasion of this year's virtual edition of the VI Science Festival of the UB, the astronomer Eduard Masana explains in this video that it is the 3D Constellation Workshop, where the Orion constellation is built.