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Oct-Nov 2012 What's Up This Month

October 2012

Moon Madness
New Moon Oct 15th
Full Moon Oct 29th

Flying Rocks
Oct 6-10: Draconids, Constellation Draco, Peaks Oct 8th
Oct 2- Nov 7: Orionids, Constellation Orion, Peaks Oct 21st
Oct 1-Nov 25: Southern Taurids, Constellation Taurus, Peaks Nov 5th
Oct 1- Nov 25: Northern Taurids, Constellation Taurus, Peaks Nov 13th

Planets
Sunrise east Celestial Meridian: Venus
Sunrise west Celestial Meridian: Jupiter, Uranus
Sunset east Celestial Meridian: Uranus, Neptune
Sunset west Celestial Meridian: Mercury

Comet
C/2011 F1 Linear, Aug 6 – 21 constellation Serpens Caput; In the beginning of the month it will near M5

Asteroid
Pallas, Oct 1- 31 will be in Cetus

The M’s
Can everyone say marathon……..

The C’s
C1, Open Cluster, Cepheus, Ra 0h 47m 27s Dec 85deg 15’ 18”
C5, Spiral Galaxy, Camelopardalis, Ra 3h 46m 58s Dec 68deg 5’ 44”
C6, Planetary Nebular, Draco, Ra 17h 58m 33s Dec 66deg 38’ 1”
C9, Bright Nebular, Cepheus, Ra 22h 56m 48s Dec 62deg 37’ 0”
C11, Nebular, Cassiopeia, Ra 23h 20m 44s Dec 35deg 28’ 57”
C12, Spiral Galaxy, Cepheus, Ra 20h 34m 52s Dec 60deg 9’ 11”
C20, Nebula, Cygnus, Ra 20h 58m 50s Dec 44deg 30’ 59”

DSO’s
LDN 599, Dark Nebula, Aquila, Ra 18h 51m 33s Dec 0deg 8’38”
LDN 728, Dark Nebula, Sagitta, Ra 19h 9m 9s Dec 21deg 4’53”
LDN 741, Dark Nebular, Vulpecula, Ra 19h 21m 9s Dec 21deg 51’ 43”
Sh 199, Nebula, Cassiopeia, Ra 2h 54m 33s Dec 35deg 20’ 17”
NGC, Spiral Galaxy, Andromeda, Ra 0h 10m 47s Dec 33deg 21’ 6”
NGC, Planetary Nebula, Cepheus, Ra 0h 13m 0s Dec 72deg 31’ 29”
NGC, Elliptical Galaxy, Cassiopeia, Ra 0h 33m 11s Dec 48deg 30’ 25”

November 2012

Moon Madness
New Moon Nov 13th
Full Moon Nov 28th

Flying Rocks
Oct 1-Nov 25: Southern Taurids, Constellation Taurus, Peaks Nov 5th
Oct 1- Nov 25: Northern Taurids, Constellation Taurus, Peaks Nov 13th
Nov14 – Nov 21: Leonids, Constellation Leo, Peaks Nov 17th

Planets
Sunrise East Celestial Meridian: Venus
Sunrise West Celestial Meridian: Jupiter
Sunset East Celestial Meridian: Uranus, Neptune
Sunset West Celestial Meridan: Mars

Comets
C/2011 F1 Linear, Nov 1 – Nov 20, Constellation Ophiuchus; mid Nov nearby M107

Asteroids
Ceres, Nov 1- Dec 1, Gemini; Mid Nov nearby M35

The M’s
M76, Planetary Nebula, Perseus, Ra 1h 42m 18s Dec 51deg 34’ 16”
M77, Spiral Galaxy, Cetus, Ra 2h 42m 40s Dec 0deg 0’46”
M81, Spiral Galaxy, Ursa Major, Ra 9h 55m 33s Dec 69deg 4’ 1”
M82, Spiral Galaxy, Ursa Major, Ra 9h 55m 54s Dec 69deg 40’ 59”
M103, Open Cluster, Cassiopeia, Ra 1h 33m 21s Dec 60deg 39’ 29”
M110, Elliptical Galaxy, Andromeda, 0h 40m 22s Deg 41deg 41’ 6”

The C’s
C51, Irregular Galaxy, Cetus, Ra 1h 4m 54s Dec 2deg 8’ 2”
C55, Planetary Nebula, Aquarius, Ra 21h 4m 10s Dec -11deg 21’ 46”
C56, Planetary Nebular, Cetus, Ra 0h 47m 3s Dec -11deg 52’ 16”
C62, Spiral Galaxy, Cetus, Ra 0h 47m 8s Dec -20deg 45’ 35”
C63, Planetary Nebular, Ra 22h 29m 38s Dec -20deg 50’ 10”
C65, Spiral Galaxy, Sculptor, Ra 0h 47m 33s Dec -25deg 17’ 14”

DSO’s
Vdb 3, Nebular, Cassiopeia, Ra 0h 34m 37s Dec 69deg 26’ 4”
Vdb 5, Nebular, Cassiopeia, Ra 0h 56m 42s Dec 60deg 43’ 0”
Barnard 1, Dark Nebula, Perseus, Ra 3h 32m 57s Dec 31deg 10’ 1”
Barnard 5, Dark Nebular, Perseus, Ra 3h 47m 53s Dec 32deg 53’ 4”
IC11, Nebular, Cassiopeia, Ra 0h 52m 59s Dec 56deg 37’ 18”
NGC157, Spiral Galaxy, Cetus, Ra 0h 34m 46s Dec -8deg 23’ 45”

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