Autumn Star Observation
This observation of particular stars is to be done in the early
parts of fall, between September and late November. You can do this observation
at anytime during the course, and it will be helpful for you to use a pair of
binoculars in your observing. You will need the sky
map to help you find some of the things on this list. The project itself
is not too difficult at all, and you really do not need binoculars to find the
colors of stars. But, if you have a pair of binoculars, then you will be able
to see a lot more.
Remember ... if you do not press the "submit"
button, nothing will be sent and therefore received and your efforts will have
been in vain. After doing this observation, please
go b ack to Getting Your
Own Telescope, or return to Introduction
to Light and Telescopes Page, the Syllabus,
or the Home page.
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