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A pair of double stars, globular cluster NGC 6934, and the Cheeseburger Nebula

September 1-8, 2011: Double stars Gamma Delphini and Epsilon Equulei offer small-telescope owners nice views, while large-telescope owners can seek out globular cluster NGC 6934 in Delphinus and the Cheeseburger Nebula (NGC 7026) in Cygnus.

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NGC 6934 floats 3.9° south of magnitude 4.0 Epsilon (ε) Delphini. It shines at magnitude 8.9 and measures 5.9' across.
Astronomy: Roen Kelly
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Targets for September 1-8, 2011

Small telescope: A pair of double stars, Gamma Delphini and Epsilon Equulei
8-inch or larger telescope: Globular cluster NGC 6934
8-inch or larger telescope: The Cheeseburger Nebula (NGC 7026)

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