Sunday, 24 September Meet Halyard. Since it is unobservable from our area, and since the current weather prevents any outdoor observing of the sky, I decided to resort to "old trusty", and acquired an image of Omega Centauri via a remote-controlled Slooh. Printable black and white chart suitable for use with binoculars. All of our family were constantly involved in making her life comfortable, but she died in November. We also gave out hand-held eclipse viewers - we had a limited number, and have none left now.
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By 1 am we're on GMT there is a definite glow in the eastern sky though it has only been marginally dark a few hours. Already have a subscription? Just say thank god for modeling so I could see the world and pocket some dough. We also gave back three hours borrowed while adventuring. We bake fresh bread every few days and look forward each morning to high-fat comfort-food peanut butter on toast. Thursday, 27 July Sitka.
Astroblog: Nova Carina , bright (well, just unaided eye) Southern Nova ASASSNFV
Log In Create an Account. A typical galaxy may contain up to a few hundred globular clusters; our galaxy, the Milky Way, has somewhere between and globular clusters orbiting the galactic center. To edit your site's public information you need to Log in and verify ownership of your site. Since I saw Mercury this time only by coincidence, I'd say this was a serendipitous occasion. Some of the most impressive astronomical objects are located in the southern sky, visible at night only from areas close to, and south of the Earth's equator.
M 53 imaged through a slooh. If you are a registered member you can Download and watch your favorite videos whenever you want Upload videos and share them with our community Add personal comments and vote on any video Create your "Personal Favorites" videos collection Sign Up. It can be seen as a small nebulous patch through binoculars. It's amazing what one can do with today's graphics programs. We're sorry, there was a problem. It was a joyous occasion.