Welcome to "Winter observing targets for large telescopes." In this video, Astronomy
magazine Editor David J. Eicher discusses 10 of his favorite wintertime deep-sky objects, with suggestions for viewing them.
What's a large telescope? The notion of what's big changes from observer to observer, but generally speaking, any scope of more than 10 inches' aperture is still considered to be a big one. Although several of the following objects are easily visible in scopes smaller than 12 inches, Dave tailors his remarks about them with large scopes in mind.