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Module 5: A Year of Deep Space Objects

5M: The Crab Nebula (Dec)

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5L: Open Cluster M52 (Nov)

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5K: Andromeda Galaxy (Oct)

In this section you’ll learn where to find the most famous galaxy in the northern hemisphere, Andromeda Galaxy. When to See Andromeda Galaxy The Andromeda Galaxy is best seen in the following months at the following times: July, between 3am and 5am August, between 1am and 3am September, between 11pm and 1am October, between 9pm …

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5J: The Trifid Nebula (Sep)

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5I: The Swan Nebula (Aug)

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5H: The Dumbbell Nebula (Jul)

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5H: The Dumbbell Nebula (Jul) Read More »

5G: The Ring Nebula (Jun)

In this section you will learn where to find the Ring Nebula. When to See The Ring Nebula This Ring Nebula is best seen in the following months at the following times: February, between 5am and 7am March, between 3am and 5am April, between 1am and 3am May, between 11pm and 1am June, between 9pm …

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5E: The Whirlpool Galaxy (Apr)

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5E: The Whirlpool Galaxy (Apr) Read More »

5D: Cat’s Eye Galaxy (Mar)

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5D: Cat’s Eye Galaxy (Mar) Read More »