Hello I'm aware of 3 licensed publications about maps in Trek and I've got some questions I hope you can answer. First, Star Trek: Stellar Cartography, the Starfleet Reference Library, 2013 by Larry Nemecek. I just picked this up (listed as Hardcover) and I have to say the foldout maps are gorgeous. They represent various time periods, but there is a small, modest hardcover book inside that contains additional material, and the main content appears to represent space circa 2386. Also I've skimmed the text and it doesn't appear to explicitly include any material that is specific to litverse. Just canon as of 2013. My only questions on Nemecek's book is, is there a legitimate licensed way to acquire a digital version? I can't (legitimately) find epub or PDF anywhere. And does anyone know if I'm wrong and there is specific litverse content in this collection that I can go check for in my copy. Thank you. Second, Star Trek Star Charts by Doug Drexler, 2002. I haven't pulled the trigger buying this yet, but I sense that I am about to. I know Drexler is very friendly to Beta continuity, but I also understand most litverse continuity stuff published after 2002. Does anyone have thoughts on this, and, same question as above, can I get a legitimate version in digital? Third book is kind of the odd one out. My search shows an old book "Star Trek Star Maps" or sometimes listed just as "Star Trek Maps," 1980, with a Constitution-class ship on the cover. It's unclear who the author is. Publisher seems to have been Bantam and also there seem to be various editions. This might be a neat bit of star trek fan history. Was this even licensed? I assume it was, because Bantam had the license in 1980? Where did they get their material other than Canon at the time, would this for instance be partly derived from the Starfleet Command RP game? Can anyone shed light on this/these series of books? Thank you.