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Web Extra: Explore the glorious sky treats of autumn

No matter what size telescope you own, there’s lots to see in the fall sky.
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The Pacman Nebula (NGC 281)
The Pacman Nebula (NGC 281)
Jason Ware
In the August 2014 issue of Astronomy, the story “Wander fall’s deep sky” described objects easily visible through four size ranges of telescopes. Because we had a limited amount of space, we couldn’t include images of all the objects. We don’t have that limitation on the Web. So, enjoy these 12 sky treats, then head outside, set up your scope, and view them for yourself.
Ruben Kier
The Sailboat Cluster (NGC 225)
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