Tuesday, 11 March 2008
Saturday, 1 March 2008
The primary star in the η Cassiopeiae system is a yellow dwarf (main sequence) star of spectral type G3V, putting it in the same spectral class as our Sun, which is of spectral type G2V. It therefore resembles what our Sun might look like if we were to observe it from η Cassiopeiae.
Love this episode..... Sir Patrick Moore.... much missed.
Jason looks to the Moon - 2016 Tonight I was out observing with the little "Jason" 60mm/f15 refractor. It's a lovely...
The Full Mackerel Moon will be upon us on Monday, nearby I can hear a dog practicing its lunar howling! Up above, the slow moving clouds...
Last night was the first time for a week that I've been able to drag the telescopes outside. With a magnification of x50 and a bi...