Bright New Nova In Delphinus - You can See it Tonight With Binoculars - Universe Today
Looking around for something new to see in your binoculars or telescope tonight? How about an object whose name literally means “new”. Japanese amateur astronomer Koichi Itagaki of Yamagata discovered an apparent nova or “new star” in the constellation Delphinus the Dolphin just today, August 14. He used a small 7-inch (.18-m) reflecting telescope and CCD camera … Continue reading "Bright New Nova In Delphinus — You can See it Tonight With Binoculars"
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