Tag: NGC3627

Observing Session: 21, April

This evenings session was Galaxies all the way. The nights are now starting to warm up a little and it’s nice to observe wearing just two fleeces now 🙂  Leaving behind the fleece lined trousers and boots as well as the outer jacket and wooly hat,  means Winter is now well and truly behind us. I’m hoping I can cram in a a load more observing sessions before that June/July period  where it never really get…


Observing Session: Galaxy Pig Out: 2, April

Two ‘sort of clear nights’ in a row. While conditions were not ideal – again – it wasn’t something to be missed.  With Leo being well placed for observation, I thought it was about time I had a serious attempt at some of the galaxies on offer in the area Session Data Date: 02/04/2013 Time: 20:18 – 22:58 UT Temp: 1.2c, Air Pressure: 1003Mb, Humidity: 72%, Dew point: -3.2c, Wind Speed: 4 MPH . Seeing: I Perfectly…