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Eyes on the Sky: Oct 8 thru Oct 14

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Provided the clouds cooperate, this week should feature dark skies due to the Moon heading towards new. That makes it a great week for attempting some challenges, like Messiers in Aquarius, or a recently-brightened comet in Pegasus. If those prove a bit too much for your skies, Jupiter awaits in Taurus and Venus lights up the morning sky.

And this week on my homepage there is a detailed finder chart for Comet Hergenrother, with stars down to 12th magnitude to help you spot the dim 10th magnitude comet.

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And as always, thank YOU for the kind compliments!

Anyone have any luck tracking down the comet? I saw it on Monday night with a 6" reflector - small and dim, but with direct vision. And anyone looking around in Aquarius should definitely have a look for M2 - it's quite a nice globular.

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