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How to find and observe globular cluster Messier 13 and double star Nu Draconis.
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Learn to navigate this summer's night sky; find Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and bright stars.
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The Transit of Mercury is coming up on May 9. Learn how to observe it and what to look for.
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Mars opposition soon! Start observing the Red Planet now to see maximum details in May at its largest diameter.
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Cancer the Crab may be a dim constellation, but there's sparkly open clusters to observe within it: M44 and M67.
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Jupiter is at opposition March 8th - here's how to best observe the gas giant planet.
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The early-objects of the summer sky are rising! Check out Messier 4 in Scorpius and Messier 5 in Serpens.
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Find globular cluster Messier 3 this week (or next, after the full Moon is out of the way).
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Saturn makes a nice triangle with Mars and Antares; here's how to view the ringed planet.
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Messier 65 / 66 are two favorite galaxies for early spring observing; find them & NGC 3628 using this guide.
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Two great objects when the Moon is out of the way: NGC1502 and Kemble's Cascade. Here's how to find them.
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Two open clusters to see in Canis Major: M41 and NGC 2360, but you'll need large aperture for the latter!
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See what's 'up' in the night sky.
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With weekly videos that share "what's up" in the night sky that almost anyone can see this week, Eyes on the Sky's goal is to educate about interesting objects and phenomena to see in the night sky, amateur astronomy in general with tips and tricks for observing, and how we call can take simple steps to reduce light pollution for better sleep, health, and stargazing.