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Stephen James O'Meara's secret sky: Naked-eye denizens of the galactic deep

September 2008: Get ready for some heavy breathing, fellow observers, because August and September are good months for hunting down globular star clusters with your unaided eyes.
Get ready for some heavy breathing, fellow observers, because August and September are good months for hunting down globular star clusters with your unaided eyes. Globulars are senior members of our galaxy.

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