The Sky This Week, 2021 December 7 - 14

Jupiter with Ganymede in transit, 2021 November 30imaged from the U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington, DCwith the 30.5-cm (12-inch) f/15 Clark/Saegmüll...
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The Sky This Week, 2021 November 30 - December 7

Jupiter and three moons, 2021 November 9imaged from the U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington, DCwith the 30.5-cm (12-inch) f/15 Clark/Saegmüller refract...
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The Sky This Week, 2021 November 23 - 30

Perseus Milky Way, 2019 September 28imaged from Blackwater Falls State Park, Davis, West Virginiawith a Canon EOS Rebel T2i DSLR. The Moon begins the ...
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The Sky This Week, 2021 November 16 - 23

Total Lunar Eclipse, 2014 October 8, 10:38 UTimaged with an 80-mm (3-inch) f/6 Antares Sentinel refractorand a Canon EOS Rebel T2i DSLR fromm Alexandr...
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The Sky This Week, 2021 November 9 - 16

Jupiter and three moons, imaged 2021 November 9, 01:05 UTwith the USNO's 30.5-cm (12-inch) f/15 Clark/Saegmüller refractor,and a ZWO Optical ASI183MC ...
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The Sky This Week, 2021 November 2 - 9

Messier 45, the Pleiades star cluster in Taurus, imaged 2017 December 17with a 10.2-cm (4-inch) f/6.5 Explore Scientific AR102 refractorand a Canon EO...
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The Sky This Week, 2021 October 26 - November 2

NGC 6960, the "Witch's Broom Nebula" in Cygnus, imaged 2021 October 2with a 10.2-cm (4-inch) f/6.5 Explore Scientific AR102 refractor,and a ZWO ASI183...
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The Sky This Week, 2021 October 19 - 26

Collinder 399, "The Coathanger" in Vulpecula, 2016 August 25,imaged with a 10.2-cm (4-inch) f/6.5 Explore Scientific AR102 refractor,and a Canon EOS R...
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The Sky This Week, 2021 October 12 - 19

The Moon, imaged 2021 May 22 from Alexandria, Virginia,with a 10.2-cm (4-inch) f/6.5 Explore Scientific AR102 refractor,1.6X Antares 2-inch Barlow len...
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The Sky This Week, 2021 October 5 - 12

NGC891, the "other" Andromeda galaxy,imaged 2021 October 2 from Great Meadow, Old Tavern, Virginia with a 10.2-cm (4-inch) f/6.5 Explore Scientifi...
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