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2021-02-21 02:02
The Kite is a large northern asterism that dominates the constellation Boötes. Also known as the Ice Cream Cone, it is formed by the constellation’s brightest stars. Like the Big… Read More
2021-02-05 22:01
The Dragonfish Nebula is a vast emission nebula located in the constellation Crux. Invisible in visible light, the nebula got its name because its appearance in infrared images resembles tha… Read More
The Night Sky: February 2021
2021-02-05 02:21
Here are some of the highlights of the February sky:Orion Nebula (Messier 42), image: NASA, ESA, M. Robberto (Space Telescope Science Institute/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Trea… Read More
2021-01-29 01:34
The Spirograph Nebula (IC 418) is a planetary nebula located approximately 3,600 light years away in the constellation Lepus. It lies near the ears of the celestial Hare, just under Orion&ls&hell…Read More
2021-01-18 03:12
IC 1101 is a supergiant elliptical galaxy located in the constellation Virgo. With a radius of about 2 million light years and home to 100 trillion stars, it is one of the largest galaxies k… Read More
2021-01-06 18:24
The False Cross is an asterism formed by four bright stars in the constellations Vela and Carina. Located in the far southern sky, the diamond-shaped pattern is often confused for the Southe… Read More
2021-01-03 21:38
Here are a few skywatching tips for January: 11 pm, southwest sky – Orion constellation, with the bright supergiants Rigel and Betelgeuse, Orion’s Belt and the Orion Nebula (Mess… Read More
2020-12-07 03:36
Here are the highlights of the December sky: Messier 81 and Messier 82, image: Leonardo Ciuffolotti, Andrea Pistocchini, Giuseppe Nicosia, Alessandro Falesiedi, Tim Stone, Giuseppe Donatiell… Read More
2020-09-05 03:16
Here are some of the things to see in September: 9 pm, southeast sky – Pegasus constellation with the Great Square pattern, formed by the bright Alpheratz in the constellation Andromed… Read More
2020-08-02 01:39
Here are some of the things to see in August: 9 pm, southeast sky – Lyra constellation with Vega, the fifth brightest star in the sky, the multiple star system Epsilon Lyrae, nicknamed… Read More

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