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Phil Harrington's binocular universe (August 2005)

Here are additional deep-sky targets from the August 2005 column.
The August "I'm a little teapot" features three of the finest deep-sky objects Sagittarius has to offer to binocular stargazers, but those are just the beginning. Other celestial wonders await near the celestial teapot.M22Look for this globular cluster about half a binocular field to the northeast of Kaus (ε) Borealis, the star at the top of the Sagittarius teapot. Binoculars easily show a brighter core surrounded by a nebulous disk of light....

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