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    See what's up in the night sky every week with "Eyes on the Sky" videos, astronomy made easy. You'll get everything required to find something fascinating in the night sky, regardless of light pollution and many times without anything more than binoculars or a small, inexpensive telescope. With an easygoing and enthusiastic style, David Fuller guides viewers through simple and fun visual amateur astronomy. Subscribe now. Show less
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    • Eyes on the Sky: Messier 15 & a nearby (tough!) double - Duration: 7 minutes, 22 seconds.

      • 5 days ago
      www.eyesonthesky.com Messier 15 is off the "nose" star of Pegasus. Learn where to find this globular cluster, and a nearby double star that will be quite a challenge to split! See what's up in the ...
    • Eyes on the Sky: Moon occults Aldebaran - Duration: 4 minutes, 55 seconds.

      • 1 week ago
      www.eyesonthesky.com Much of North and Central America has a chance to see the Moon occult Aldebaran on Oct 18/19. Learn more in this video. See what's up in the night sky every week with "Eyes on ...
    • Eyes on the Sky: Find and observe Uranus - Duration: 11 minutes.

      • 2 weeks ago
      www.eyesonthesky.com The 7th planet is easier to see than one might think - the trick is know how to find it! This video is a bit longer than normal, because it takes some explanation to guide the ...
    • Eyes on the Sky: Finding Mercury this week & next - Duration: 9 minutes, 13 seconds.

      • 1 month ago
      www.eyesonthesky.com Mercury moves quickly - learn where and how to view Mercury in the morning sky for the next couple weeks as both the Moon and Jupiter slip past the innermost planet. See what's...
    • Eyes on the Sky: Find Neptune with binoculars - Duration: 9 minutes, 57 seconds.

      • 1 month ago
      www.eyesonthesky.com Most observers think a very large telescope is required to see Neptune - not true! The 8th planet is visible in optical instruments as small as binoculars. It won't look like m...
    • Eyes on the Sky: Sagitta, Cr 399 and M71 - Duration: 9 minutes, 53 seconds.

      • 1 month ago
      Sagitta is a tiny constellation tucked up in the Summer Triangle. But from it's 3rd and 4th magnitude stars, observers can hop over into nearby Vulpecula and spot the Coathangar Cluster (Cr 399), o...
    • Eyes on the Sky: Last look at Mars - Duration: 6 minutes, 30 seconds.

      • 2 months ago
      www.eyesonthesky.com Sure, the Mars opposition may be well past. But now is a great time to see the planet while it is still at a somewhat-large size. And what's more, Mars is visible in the SW / W...
    • Eyes on the Sky: Messier 11, Aquila and Scutum - Duration: 7 minutes, 46 seconds.

      • 2 months ago
      www.eyesonthesky.com Messier 11 lies in Scutum, but can be hard to find from there as Scutum's stars are dim. Instead, begin from Aquila, and hop you way through that constellation and then over th...
    • Eyes on the Sky: M8, M22 and M25 - Duration: 9 minutes, 46 seconds.

      • 2 months ago
      www.eyesonthesky.com The area just above the "Teapot" asterism in the constellation of Sagittarius is full of deep sky objects. Learn how to spot a variety of them in the globular cluster of M22, t...
    • Eyes on the Sky: Perseid meteor shower - Duration: 5 minutes, 5 seconds.

      • 2 months ago
      www.eyesothesky.com The Perseid meteor shower is an annual event occurring every August around the middle of the month. It doesn't require any special equipment, just your eyes and a clear sky! And...
    • Eyes on the Sky: Messier 6 and Messier 7 - Duration: 9 minutes, 22 seconds.

      • 2 months ago
      www.eyesonthesky.com Learn how to find the two open clusters Messier 6 - also known as the Butterfly Cluster - and the very large one Messier 7. See what's up in the night sky every week with "Eyes...
    • Eyes on the Sky: Last look at Jupiter; observe M57 - Duration: 8 minutes, 47 seconds.

      • 3 months ago
      www.eyesonthesky.com With advent of summer, Jupiter sinks lower in the west, so now is the best chance to see it before it drops into more atmospheric haze. Learn how to use the "Simulate Light Spe...
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