Glenn Chaple's observing basics: See double tonight
March 2008: Double stars are the Rodney Dangerfields of the night sky: They "don't get no respect."
March 1, 2008
|March is Messier Marathon time, when observers in relatively low latitudes race in a single night to observe 109 objects cataloged by Charles Messier. But typical Messier objects like nebulae, clusters, and galaxies aren't the only worthy deep-sky targets. |
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