"September Stargazing - The Archer the Scorpion the Serpent Bearer"," Wait till the skies are clear and moonless and you can seek out the same delights of the night sky.
Once you have picked it out in the night sky you will see the familiar teapot shape easily and certainly much easier than you will see an Archer ! This constellation and the adjacent constellations of of Ophiuchus (the serpent bearer) and Scorpius (the Scorpion) are rich in deep sky delights, especially globular clusters.
What's A Messier Catalog? -
Well it goes like this: Well known Comet hunter Charles Messier of 18th Century France, needed to catalog objects that could be confused with comets in the small telescopes of the day.
So the upshot for us in the 21st century is that we now have a simple list of Galaxies, Nebulas, Star Clusters and more, that are quite delightful when viewed thought Amateur Telescopes using optics that good old Charles could only dream of in the 1700's.
So how do you find & see these these amazing deep space delights?
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