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Linda

M3

It’s been said that if you’ve seen one globular cluster then you have seen them all. Certainly, at first glance, this can seem true. The Milky Way and other large […]
M3

M45

Messier 45, also known as the Pleiades, the Seven Sisters and Subaru among many other names is perhaps the brightest open cluster in the sky, at least in the northern […]
M45

VSP 14

The weather finally cooperated to allow for another star party and despite a computer crash for me right at the end it was a successful event! We were able to […]
VSP 14

VSP 13

This was my first virtual star party after the move to the Shenandoah Valley and amazingly all the tech cooperated as did the weather. We had four astronomers showing views […]
VSP 13

VSP 12

During this week’s virtual star party Molly showed off Mars and Messier 33. I was able to show views of the Pelican Nebula, Pacman Nebula, Andromeda Galaxy (Messier 31) and […]
VSP 12

VSP 11

The weather cooperated two weeks in a row and we were able to have another virtual star party! I was able to show views of the Crescent Nebula, Elephant Trunk […]
VSP 11

VSP 10

It was a pleasure to be a part of the virtual star party this week. Between the fires out west and bad weather everywhere it had been a while since […]
VSP 10