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RE: What To Look For

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Posted by Kip Crawford on September 5, 2000 14:26:51 UTC

If you have a decent star chart, learning to star hop is essential in my opinion. This time of year there`s plenty of globular clusters and open ones in Cassiopeia and Augria. Look due south just after sunset in Scorpius and Sagittarius, tons of goodies there. Don`t forget Jupiter & Saturn. Need that star chart. Star hopping is something you should know. Good Luck!!

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