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Aug 7 4:40 a.m.
Absolutely Stunning. So many stars it was barely "fuzzy" until the very center! Huge!
Aug 7 4:20 a.m.
Very detailed under tonight's conditions. Very pronounced ring shape with a hint of color
Aug 7 4 a.m.
very close to M12. Hard to find without a 9x50 finderscope. good looking globular cluster.
Aug 7 3:50 a.m.
Very close to M10. Hard to find without a 9x50 finderscope. good looking globular cluster.
Aug 7 2:30 a.m.
Very Faint. Could barely make out the dumbell shape.
Aug 7 2:10 a.m.
Seen in the same F.O.V. as M31 and M32
Huge, Takes up the entire 28mm eyepiece. visible naked eye! Three messier's in one F.O.V.
Same F.O.V. as M31 and M110!
May 28 6:12 a.m.
So cool, I hope I can catch the next one, I was clouded out.
The referred article is on: http://www.theskyscrapers.org/can-you-find-a-quasar
Fantastic shot. Well done!
The detail here is just fantastic. You must be an experienced sketcher. I like how prominent the windmill stars are.
Awesome you were able to observe Neptune and Uranus. They have been on my todo list for ages!