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Last Night

Discussion in 'Observing Celestial Objects' started by Seer, Jan 6, 2019.

Last Night

Started by Seer on Jan 6, 2019 at 3:55 AM

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  1. Seer

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    DATE & TIME UTC: 2019 January 06 Sunday 00:10 ~ 00:27.
    LOCATION: Johnstown, Pennsylvania, USA
    LIMITING MAGNITUDE: I could see the 3 stars of TRIANGULUM, so to 4.
    EQ: BUSHNELL 10X50 Legacy WP Binoculars, Beach Chair.
    SUBJECT(S): M31 (Andromeda Galaxy), NGC 869/884 (Double Cluster), Alpha-Persei Goose, M34, M45 (PLEIADES), M33.
    NOTES: I could see M34 with averted vision. Looked where M33 is suppose to be but not sure if I saw it. The subject that looked the best tonight was the Alpha-Persei Goose.
    I would have liked to have taken one of my telescopes out to use but I had to get up early the next morning.
     
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