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Phil Harrington binocular universe (September 2006 online extra)

Target the Sagitta the Arrow
It may be the third-smallest constellation of all, but Sagitta the Arrow keeps good company. As we aim toward the arrow, lying immersed in the late summer Milky Way, several interesting targets await our roving binoculars. In addition to those discussed in the September issue, here are a few extras that are worth visiting.

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