Friday, Oct. 18 • Vega is the brightest star high in the west after dark. To its lower right by 14° (nearly a fist and a half at arm's length), look for Eltanin, the nose of Draco the Dragon. The rest of Draco's fainter, lozenge-shaped head is a little farther behind. Draco always eyes Vega. […]
Four comets, a famous variable star, and sprinkles of dust from Halley's Comet are highlights of the October sky. The post Autumn Comets, Mira’s Eye & The Orionid Meteor Shower appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
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