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From Red Rock State Park in California I observed the outer arm of the milky way. It appears as a dim "river of milk" through the sky, passing through Orion and Perseus. I had been able to see this side of the Milky Way before. Dark skies are amazing.
Orion is beautifully positioned in the sky right now, a constant reminder of why he is the single most recognizable constellation in the night sky. Orion, Canis Major and Taurus appear alive above us as they play out their celestial game of predator and prey.
This photo was taken back in November at Cabrillo Observatory using Spock. A favourite target for photographers, how could we pass it up?
I observed the Great Orion Nebula again tonight as I usually do during most sessions this time of y...Read more
My first look at Jupiter was through heavy light pollution and humidity so it wasn't very clear, but we could clearly make out 4 if not 5 moons. Looking forward to taking a closer look on a dark and clear night with a stronger eyepiece.
Decided to (quickly)view the Virgo Cluster before I headed back inside. I had my 10mm eyepiece in so I wasn't able to see the other galaxies. Not much to see of this galaxy,more of an egg shaped point of light than a regular stereotypical galaxy.