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September 2022 Sky Guide

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September 2022 Sky Guide was created by Paul Evans

Give me 20 minutes and I'll give you the Universe, featuring the Sun, The Aurora, The Space Station, The Moon the Planets and the Deep Sky!
Enjoy!

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Replied by flt158 on topic September 2022 Sky Guide

It's great to have you back with us, Paul. 
I'm so glad you got over the dreaded corona virus. 
It must have been very scary when you discovered you had a problem with your eyesight!

That Aurora image is very beautiful. 
I have already observed the Coathanger, Epsilon Lyrae and Albireo. 

By the way I never knew Stellarium has given a name to one of my favourite double stars: Zeta Lyrae. This double is easy to split with binoculars. 

Clear skies from Aubrey. 
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