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A Low-Power Romp in the Late-Summer Sky

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A Low-Power Romp in the Late-Summer Sky

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    A Low-Power Romp in the Late-Summer Sky
    by Joe Bergeron

    Let’s follow last week’s sky tour with a pair of objects where low power is so essential that without it, you might miss them entirely. The first is the open cluster IC 4665, which lies a degree or two north of the star Beta Ophiuchi (Cebalrai). The cluster was “discovered” by astronomer after astronomer, but […]

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