So working here in close physical proximity to the publishers, the staff get the production ends of the magazine for minimal-to-zero cost. I can never remember when the magazine comes out. The editors have kept it such that the January issue describes the sky in January, which I think means news-stand owners return unsold copies by 1 Jan in favor of selling the February issue.
Which is kind of like buying clothes: you can't buy anything you can actually wear the same day; it's all off-season stuff.
Anyway, said chart comes bundled each year with the January issue. And each year my existing chart expires and I wonder if I missed the new one or what, so I order one from the publisher for $5 or whatever (plus shipping, tax, etc). And each year the January issue of the magazine, shrink-wrapped with the chart, appears in my box a few days later.
I now know what the noise that is usually spelled "lolwhut" sounds like. --Kellnerin