This short video will help you find NGC 3242, also known as the Ghost of Jupiter Nebula.
What’s worthy to see in the night sky in general. For a seasonal view check the Night Sky section
Making the Lunar Eclipse Your Own: So what are you doing for the Super Blue Blood Moon?
The Full Moon is SUPER because it’s closest to the Earth making it 14% larger than the smallest Full Moon. It’s BLUE because it’s the second FULL MOON of the month. On those occasions when you had two full moons in a month, the old Farmer’s Almanac painted the first Full Moon red and the second blue. It’s BLOOD because there will be a lunar eclipse occurring.
We’ve been really enjoying observing 47 Tucanae lately, so here’s a short video to help you find this wonderful globular cluster.
The short video will show how o find the globular cluster NGC 4833
Here’s a video to show how to find Eta Carinae Nebula.
There are a lot of stars in the night sky, billions and billions of them. We can see about 4000 to 6000 in a clear night depending on how dark the sky is and also how good your eyesight is. All of the visible stars have names, or at least some designation; ever since humans …