Category: Deepsky log

Saturday, February 21, 2004
Deep sky observing report 20-02-2004

Friday night I visited Sourbrot (Belgium), one of my favourite dark sky sites, together with 7 other observers from the local astronomy group. As I got out of the car, I immediately noticed that the sky was very transparent. The constellation of cancer was completely visible to the naked eye, with at its heart the big star cluster M 44. I got out my 7x50 binoculars and ........... follow this link to read the full story

Posted by Math on 02/21 at 06:09 AM | filed in: Deepsky log | Print
Monday, December 22, 2003
M45 with 15x80 and Sky Window

This observing report has been moved to the deepsky section on my website. Just follow this link to read the full story and see some pictures of the SkyWindow and a sketch of M 45.

Posted by Math on 12/22 at 07:23 PM | filed in: Deepsky log | Print
Tuesday, December 09, 2003
Starhop through Monoceros

I just added a starhop through Monoceros in the Focus On section.
You will find a star hop along the showpieces of this almost “invisible” winter constellation. Visit Beta Monocerotis, The Christmas Tree cluster, Hubble’s Variable Nebula, Pakan’s 3, The unicorn’s Horn, NGC 2301, M50 and NGC 2244. Finder charts, images and sketches included, as well as some basic data on all the objects.

Posted by Math on 12/09 at 05:33 PM | filed in: Deepsky log | Print
Monday, October 20, 2003
Make your own deep sky observing list online

Yesterday I was checking some of my favourite sites, and I noticed that on you now have the possibility to generate your own deepsky observing lists with the Deep Sky Browser. It is still a beta version, but I gave it a try and it worked perfectly. So if you are looking for a free generator for deep sky observing lists, follow this link.

Deep Sky Browser

There’s an online manual on how to create your personal deep sky observing lists.

Posted by Math on 10/20 at 08:24 PM | filed in: Deepsky log | Print
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