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Last update: 2017-09-24

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- Open Clusters & Asterisms (Dra) -

And (3) Cep (23) Cyg (23) Lyr (2) Sct (4) Vir (1)
Aql (7) CMa (3) Del (1) Mon (7) Ser (2) Vul (8)
Aqr (1) CMi (1) Dra (1) Oph (3) Sge (1)
Aur (6) Cnc (3) Gem (8) Ori (11) Sgr (5)
Cam (4) Com (1) Her (3) Peg (1) Tau (6)
Cap (1) Crv (1) Hya (1) Per (13) Tri (1)
Cas (21) CVn (1) Lac (6) Pup (6) UMi (1)

Kemble2 (AST)

DSS
© DSS II (blue) - 40×40'
Name: Kemble2, Little Cassiopeia
Type: AST
Constellation: Dra
Coordinates: 18h35m35.00s / +72°23'56.00"
Brightness / Size: v7.0 mag / 30.0x30.0'
B 40mm, 8x, Bortle 4, NELM 6.1, SQM-L 21.1
Quite evident group of stars, where 3 brighter stars were most obvious and form an isosceles triangle. Overall I could see 6 stars quite easily. But I didn't took care of the "little Cassiopeia".

EASY
8" f/6, 37x, Bortle 4, NELM 6.1, SQM-L 21.0
Quite evident group of brighter and moderately bright stars. The "little Cassiopeia", formed by the brighter stars, was well visible. Overall I could see about 10-15 stars.
EASY