Tag Archives: M31 / NGC224 (The Andromeda Galaxy)

What’s visible in June 2013?

Sky notes for June 2013 Continue Reading »

Getting started in Astronomy (Part 2), by Steve Southern

Continuing on from last month let’s look at how some more of the more obvious constellations and stars can be used as pointers and sign posts in the night sky. Let’s go back to the Plough which is part of the constellation Ursa Major, the Great Bear. The 2 pointer stars point towards Polaris, the […] Continue Reading »

Constellation of the Month (November 2008) – Andromeda, by Steve Southern

High in the south at midnight in November is the wonderful constellation of Andromeda. Look for it almost directly above you towards the South at around midnight during November. Click for printable map http://www.hawastsoc.org/deepsky/and/and.html Myth Andromeda is the Greek daughter of Queen Cassiopeia and King Cephus of Ethiopia. Andromeda was very beautiful making Hera, wife […] Continue Reading »

Deep Sky Observations by Tony Williams from COAA

Some images taken on Ektachrome film by Tony Williams on a COAA (Centro de Observação Astronómica no Algarve) trip in October 1998. Images include galaxies, nebulae and open clusters. Continue Reading »