The constellation Triangulum, the Double Cluster in Perseus, and spiral galaxy NGC 891

October 29–November 5, 2015: The constellation Triangulum is an excellent target for naked-eye observers, the Double Cluster (NGC 869/884) in Perseus offers small-telescope owners nice views, and large-telescope owners can seek out spiral galaxy NGC 891 in Andromeda.
By | Published: October 29, 2015 | Last updated on May 18, 2023
To find the Double Cluster (NGC 869/884) in Perseus, look about 4° west-northwest of Eta (η) Persei. Astronomy: Roen Kelly

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objects or events you can see in the sky.

Targets for October 29–November 5, 2015

Naked eye: The constellation Triangulum the Triangle
Small telescope: The Double Cluster (NGC 869/884)
Large telescope: Spiral galaxy NGC 891