19. December 2013 · Comments Off on Lunar Education · Categories: News · Tags:

Dozens of planetary and diffuse nebulae, and all objects Messier catalog. * The brightest objects in the ngc catalog (At the brightest and most large objects can be discerned some of the details, but the galaxy in the majority remain hazy spots without details). 100-130 mm refractor, reflector or catadioptric 130-150 mm * Binary stars with separation of 1 ' and more faint stars up to 13 eV. magnitude. * Details of Lunar mountains and craters the size of 3-4 km.

* You can try with a blue filter to consider the spot in the clouds on Venus. * Numerous details on Mars during the confrontation. * Details belts of Jupiter. * Cloud belts on Saturn. * The set of weak asteroids and comets. * Hundreds of star clusters, nebulae and galaxies (from the brightest galaxies can be seen traces of spiral structure (M33, M51)). A large number of directory objects ngc (many objects you can see the interesting details.) 150-180 mm refractor, reflector or catadioptric 175-200 mm * Binary stars with separation of less than 1 ', faint stars up to 14 eV. magnitude.

* Lunar Education size of 2 km. * Clouds and dust storms on Mars. * 6.7 Saturn's moons, we can try to see the disk of Titan. * Spokes in Saturn's rings at the maximum of their disclosure. * Galilean moons as small discs. * Detailed images these apertures is determined not by the capabilities of optics and state of the atmosphere. * Some globular clusters are resolved at the stars, almost to the center. * One can see the details of the structure of many nebulae and galaxies with * Small clouds and smaller structures on Mars, in rare cases – Phobos and Deimos. * A large amount of detail in Jupiter's atmosphere. * Encke division in Saturn's rings, Titan's disk. * Neptune's satellite Triton. * Pluto as a weak stars. * Limiting the detail of images depends on the state of the atmosphere. * Thousands of galaxies, star clusters and nebulae. * Nearly all directory objects ngc, many of which show details invisible to the smaller telescopes. * At the brightest nebulae observed subtle colors. Clear sky and successful observations!