Tonight's Sky
Sun
Sun
Moon
Moon
Mercury
Mercury
Venus
Venus
Mars
Mars
Jupiter
Jupiter
Saturn
Saturn

Tonight's Sky — Change location

OR

Searching...

Tonight's Sky — Select location

Tonight's Sky — Enter coordinates

° '
° '

Observing springtime deep-sky objects with a large telescope

Astronomy magazine Editor David J. Eicher shares 10 of his favorite springtime deep-sky objects, including the NGC 3190 galaxy group, 3C 273, and NGC 3242.
RELATED TOPICS: OBSERVING | DEEP-SKY OBSERVING
In this video, Astronomy magazine Editor David J. Eicher discusses deep-sky objects in the spring sky you can see with a 12-inch or larger telescope.

Highlights include NGC 4319, Abell 1656, The Blackeye Galaxy (M64), and Centaurus A.

This video is available to be viewed by Astronomy magazine subscribers.

Already a subscriber? Register now!

Registration is FREE and takes only a few seconds to complete. If you are already registered on Astronomy.com, please log in below.
ADVERTISEMENT

FREE EMAIL NEWSLETTER

Receive news, sky-event information, observing tips, and more from Astronomy's weekly email newsletter.

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
asy_gravitational_eguide

Click here to receive a FREE e-Guide exclusively from Astronomy magazine.

Find us on Facebook