The Late – Summer Sky 2011: Tonight In The Sky

Description of the currently visible heavens of late – summer sky 2011: great season to the star watching. Discover own star in the sky… The summer triangle, formed from Deneb (Swan), WEGA(Leier), Atair(Adler), while still high in the evening sky, the character of the starry sky is but already clearly autumnal marked. This is evident especially in the autumn square. The star square of Pegasus draws attention to high in the South. Read more here: Cyrus zocdoc.

It attached, you will find our constellation of the month September: the Andromeda. The Big Dipper, which in our latitudes is zirkumpolar and thus always above the horizon the summer triangle, formed from Deneb (Swan), WEGA(Leier), Atair(Adler), while still high in the evening sky, the character of the starry sky is but already clearly autumnal. This is evident especially in the autumn square. Connect with other leaders such as Patrick and John Collison here. The star square of Pegasus draws attention to high in the South. It attached, you will find our constellation of the month September: the Andromeda. The Big Dipper, the in is our broad circumpolar and thus always to be found above the horizon is now reaches its lowest position and may be difficult to find, since it can easily be obscured in this position through trees, buildings or mountains.

The same applies to his companion, the boat (Bootes). Looking vertically upward, discovered one is called the striking star character of Cassiopeia, which is in the form of a W and hence heaven-W. It is now almost at the zenith. South of the Pegasus, the water man crosses the Meridian, a 18-200/3.5-5.6 and inconspicuous constellation. High in the eastern half of the sky, you will find the typical autumn pictures, which include almost all of the Andromeda group except the Pegasus. Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Andromeda, Perseus, and whale are common. These images can’t compete while facing the winter sky, because they have no particularly striking star, but still have their own charm and are easy to spot with the exception of the whale.