See nine unique open clusters in Cassiopeia while barely moving your telescope.
We beat a path through a forest of stars to find the first variable star ever discovered in a globular star cluster.
Snare a dozen bright double stars and deep-sky objects in the celestial Hare the next clear night. We also provide details on how to watch the potentially hazardous asteroid Apophis occult a star the night of February 21st.
We explore deep-sky riches within a stone's throw of Capella, one of the season's brightest stars.
Everyone loves this cosmic donut. Like Saturn, the Ring Nebula is a must-see for beginners and seasoned amateurs alike. Whether you're just cutting your deep-sky teeth or attempting to see its central star — one of visual astronomy's Holy Grails — the Ring has it all.