This Week In Astronomy

Don’t Miss the Double Cluster
If you enjoyed observing M52, you’ll love the popular favorite “Double Cluster in Perseus.” Lying between constellations Cassiopeia and Perseus is a bright, fuzzy spot in the Milky Way. In early September the “Double Cluster” appears low in northeastern skies around 9 PM, but it becomes a real showpiece later in the evening as it climbs higher in the sky.

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