Phil Harrington's binocular universe (October 2007 online extra)
Explore John Raymond's stellar triangles and star chains that collectively form the "waters of Aquarius."
August 27, 2007
|To ride the rapids, begin at the "spout" of the water jar, where we find a small triangular asterism formed by the stars Psi1, Psi2, and Psi3 Aquarii. Psi1, the northernmost of the three, may look faintly orange if you defocus its image slightly.|
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