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The constellation Corvus, open cluster M67, and spiral galaxy NGC 2683

March 14–21, 2013: The constellation Corvus the Crow is an excellent target for naked-eye observers, open cluster M67 in Cancer offers small-telescope owners nice views, and large-telescope owners can seek out spiral galaxy NGC 2683 in Lynx.
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The small but easy-to-see constellation Corvus the Crow occupies 184 square degrees — that’s only 0.45 percent of the sky. // Astronomy: Roen Kelly
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Targets for March 14–21, 2013

Naked eye: The constellation Corvus
Small telescope: Open cluster M67
Large telescope: Spiral galaxy NGC 2683

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