Try for a cluster that even Charles Messier missed.
This small constellation lays claim to the impressive Scutum Star Cloud.
Enjoy observing some big open clusters in the evening sky.
The central portion of Perseus is loaded with celestial treasure.
Auriga’s striking pentagram pattern is a prominent sight in the evening sky all winter.
Looking for a pair of strongly contrasting deep-sky objects? Consider the glittery star cluster M52 and the tiny Bubble Nebula.
Pale but enticing, the Eagle is a telescopic treat when scrutinized from a dark observing site.
The Herdsman boasts several rewarding pairs for small telescopes.
The southern night sky is chockablock with amazing sights that never rise at Canadian latitudes.