Follow an urban deep-sky catalog
The Baker Street Irregular Astronomers astronomical society in London, England, shares its “Holmes Catalog.”
March 26, 2012
The Hub in London's Regent Park is the observing spot for the Baker Street Irregular Astronomers. Tom Kerss
Central London can be a challenging location, but from the Baker Street Irregular Astronomers’ superb vista point at The Hub in Regent’s Park, the group has been extremely successful to date in tracking down some elusive deep-sky objects. Our “Holmes Catalog” to date, although not definitive, shows how much deep-sky astronomy is possible from city centers.
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