Observing Cassiopeia. Part one.

This will last you several months  as this magnificent constellation climbs the night sky. Being in the Milky Way, open clusters abound here , together with numerous binaries coming in part two.

I have included some notes on the observations of lesser known clusters here. Those who gave searched dark skies for the “W” will have found a square kite with a tail, with masses of puff like clusters .

I would put forward NGC 7789 ( “Caroline’s Rose”) as being spectacular , especially under darker skies.




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