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1979-04-28 M85 M88 M98 M99 NGC4548

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1979-01-29 & 1979-02-02 Jupiter & Messier objects

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1977-02-27 Drawing of Saturn & Lunar craters

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The Night Sky in November

There’s plenty to see in the night sky this month. Cygnus is still high in the sky in the early evening, and the Milky Way running through to Perseus and Cassiopeia is directly overhead, and is well worth sweeping with binoculars. Lots of open clusters to see, with the great Double Cluster in Perseus the most spectacular. The Andromeda Nebula (M31) is also high in the sky. Looking further south, Uranus is continuing its decades long climb back into northern skies, and can be found (with a good star map) below the great square of Pegasus. The dearth of bright planets is coming to an end, with...

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