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Our observatory schedule for November 2017

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In our continuing mission to photograph constellations visible from Maryland and Illinois, along with objects of interest in those constellations, we are publishing our list of planned observations in the month of November 2017.


M31 galaxy in Andromeda from the GALEX Satellite, 2003 (NASA/CalTech/GALEX Team)

Andromeda

  1. M31, galaxy
  2. Alpheratz, binary star
  3. Mirach, red giant star
  4. Almach, orange giant star
  5. mu, white dwarf star
  6. delta, double star
  7. omicron, binary star
  8. lambda, binary star
  9. eta, binary star
  10. nu, binary star

Cassiopeia

  1. M52, open cluster
  2. M103, open cluster
  3. Shedar, orange giant star
  4. Caph, blue-white giant star
  5. Navi, blue subdwarf star
  6. Ruchbah, binary star
  7. Segin, blue-white giant star
  8. Achird, yellow-white dwarf star
  9. Marfak, blue subgiant star
  10. Castula, orange-red giant star

Pisces

  1. Kallat Nunu, yellow giant star
  2. Alrischa, binary star
  3. gamma, yellow giant star
  4. delta, binary star
  5. xi, binary star
  6. phi, binary star
  7. mu, multiple star
  8. kappa, multiple star
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