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My Observing Log after the first year


Buqibu

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This month marks the first year of my amateur astronomy, here are the 50 or so objects I've seen! Note: all observations were done with a 4 inch achro, a pair of 10x25 and then later 7x50 binoculars, and a few with the eye alone. Bortle around 6

The List:

The Moon
Jupiter (and it's four Galillean Moons)
Saturn (and Titan)
Mars
Venus
Achird (double star)
Mesarthim (double star)
Almach (double star)
Andromeda Galaxy (M31)
M32 (i think)
M15 (Globular Cluster)
The Double Cluster
The Owl Cluster
Pleiades (7 Sisters)
ISS
Perseid Meteor Shower
M103 (Open Cluster)
NGC 663
NGC 559
Neptune? (maybe, I though I saw a blue star)
Uranus? (Same situation)
Mizar and Alcor
M52 (Open Cluster)
M34 (Open Cluster)
The Hyades Cluster
The Orion Nebula (M42)
M36 - open cluster
M37 - open cluster
M38 - open cluster
Mintaka (double star)
Trapezium Star
Sigma Tauri (double star)
M3 (Globular Cluster)
Izar (double star, although I have yet to split it)
Cor Caroli (double star)
M13 - The Great Hercules Globular
M92 - Globular Cluster, also in Hercules
M5 - Globular Cluster
The Double Double star
Zubenelgenubi (double star)
M57 - The Ring Nebula
Sheliak (double star)
Albireo (my favourite double star)
M29 - open cluster
M27 - The Dumbbell Nebula
M12 - globular cluster
The Coathanger Cluster
Alfirk - double star
M2 - Globular Cluster
NGC 752 - open cluster

Edited by Cornelius Varley
formatting corrected for colour
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