Springtime observing for small telescopes
Astronomy magazine Senior Editor Michael E. Bakich highlights the objects you can see this spring using a small telescope. Highlights include the star Mizar, spiral galaxy M101, open cluster M67, and the Sombrero Galaxy (M104).
|In this video, Astronomy magazine Senior Editor Michael E. Bakich shows you some great small-telescope targets you can find in the spring sky. |
Highlights include the star Mizar, spiral galaxy M101, open cluster M67, and the Sombrero Galaxy (M104).
You can locate all the night-sky sights he talks about by using Astronomy.com's interactive star chart — StarDome.
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