They say when you buy a telescope that the first few nights you have it will be guaranteed to be cloudy. Well I am still without a telescope but someone somewhere must have got one because there has being nothing but cloudy nights for the last week.
Tonight I managed to catch a break in the clouds and got a great view of Pegasus. So this post will focus on the stars that make up this constellation. I did touch on some of these briefly in another post which you can read about here.
Andromeda and Pegasus Constellations
This part ofÂ tonights view of the sky will focus on some of the brighter stars sitting between the Andromeda and Pegasus constellations.
When I went out the other night to find the 3 stars, Mirphak (Aplha Persei), Algenib (Gamma Persei) and Miram (Eta Persei) I took a few photos of the area. It wasn’t until I examined the photos that I noticed some otherÂ cool features.
So technically I didÂ see these items just didn’t recognise orÂ notice them until I looked at the photos.