Observing Report July 25th 2020
Site: Okanagan Observatory
Took Fred, Kim and Shannon to observatory early to see the place and then await the dark before observing the items below.
Much better views of Saturn and Jupiter using the 5.1 Astrophysics. 56x and 112x with 18mm and 9mm eyepieces.
ASTRO-PHYSICS 130 mm / 5.1”, Focal Length 1016mm, Speed f/8
View of the Moon, Alberio, NGC 457, M31, M17, M11, M27, Mizar double star.
Planets, binary star, open cluster, galaxy, globular cluster, planetary nebula, H II region (emission nebula)
For some reason only saw the Comet at the very end and after it was pointed out to me by fellow amateur astronomer.
Plus there were two passes of the ISS this night.