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    Default Observing Report for 11 January 2019 - asterisms, clusters and clouds - oh my!



    Conditions this night were similar to the previous one. It was clear around dark and then shortly thereafter things became variable. A few clouds would dance through, then it would clear again. Rinse and repeat. So during times when it was clear, I was able to snag a few things in Puppis which rides high in the sky here. But eventually the sky packed it up for the night, as did I. So here I present my small take from another hit and run session.


    HD 63233 Group (Puppis, asterism, brightest star=8.3, size=21.0 min x 12.0 min):

    I annotated the field for this stellar grouping on chart 84-left in the IDSA, then aimed the little newt at mag 1.8 Delta Canis Majoris (Wezen) and swept east nearly 9 to pick up mag 4.5 Omicron Pup. Just north of this star and between it and mag 3.3 Xi Pup, I found my first target. Initially at 20x it presented a small east-west line of four stars, with the anchor lying at the western end. Taking a look at 45x the count went to seven fireflies with the line becoming a little disjointed. Finally I popped in the 6.7mm for 74x and I now had a total of about 11 or 12 stars, with a few jutting out at angles to the north and south. Overall it was not a strongly visual group, but as magnification was increased it did take on a little more character rather than just a simple line.


    NGC 2432 (Puppis, open cluster, mag=10.2, size=6.0 min):

    I next slid northeast from Xi to 11 Pup (mag 4.2) and turned to chart 72-left. Picking up 11 Pup on this chart, I slipped NNW passing over a north-south curve of three stars to a SE-NW line of four suns, south of the planetary nebula 2440 (previously observed). Next to the second star of this line I studied the field with magnifications up to 106x and frankly didn’t pick up much other than a tiny round dim patch of diffuse light. No stars were resolved, though I could pick up their collective light. This cluster simply begs for more aperture than I could throw at it. I am certain in one of my dobs, the presentation would be better.


    HD 62167 Group (Puppis, asterism, brightest star=8.5, size=25.0 min):

    Just north of the line of four stars and pathetic cluster, in a field that also includes NGC 2440, I studied my next asterism. Initially with 20x, I counted about 10 to 12 stars in a loose scatter. Trying at 45x I notched 19 or 20 little embers, with the anchor star lying at the northwestern side. Overall it was a random coarse scattering of stars over the field that did resemble a large dim cluster.

    Interestingly, the anchor star, HD 62167 lies next to the aforementioned planetary nebula, NGC 2440. I did try blinking it with my NPB filter, but got nothing for the effort. As I mentioned, I did observe it a couple of years ago from our dark site using the 12 inch dob where I described it thusly:

    NGC 2440 (mag=9.4, size=74”x42”): This planetary was easily non-stellar at 84x, and bright and slightly oval in appearance. I popped in the O-III filter which brought it up nicely, but even without the filter it was readily apparent. To my eye it seemed to have a sort of grayish to a pale greenish tint.


    NGC 2509 (Puppis, open cluster, mag=9.3, size=6.0 min):

    From the previous field I moved just over 4 east to pick up mag 4.6 HD 65810. To its south I found two other field stars that form an isosceles triangle with the star. Just northwest of the southernmost star, mag 8.8 HD 66034, I located this tiny cluster. To be honest, I didn’t find much with the little newt. I observed with up to 106x and I did manage to scrape up a southeast to northwest line of three or four stars, but nothing more.


    HD 66271 Group (Puppis, asterism, brightest star=9.6, size=32.0 min):

    This next asterism was an easy find because it lies just east of NGC 2509. So while I was trying eke out something from the cluster, I also took note of its presence in the field. Now focusing my attention there, I noticed seven stars at 20x, vaguely arranged like the letter “T”, but on its side. Using 45x I now had about 15 stars, diluting the view more and becoming more of a coarse scattering. Finally at 74x there were upwards of 25 stars strewn across the field. I found this group more visually appealing than many open clusters I’ve observed. So where NGC 2509 was a flop, this asterism was a treat.


    NGC 2455 (Puppis, open cluster, mag=10.2, size=5.0 min):

    This would be my final object before the clouds took up permanent residence for the night, driving me indoors. Sliding to the southwest from the previous two targets, I re-encounted the north-south curve of three stars I passed over after leaving 11 Pup initially. Just west of the southernmost star in this curve and next to mag 8.0 HD 63719, I studied the field with 20x. I found it not much more than a small diffuse spot, but easily apparent. Trying with 45x brought out three or four stars, while 74x yielded eight or nine arranged in a triangular pattern pointed to the northwest. Not a notable cluster, but certainly better than some.


    So that was it for this little outing, with a few things to toss into the log. Of course the general cathartic exercise of being under the night sky is also good. Until next time, keep looking up and I hope to see you back out there after I return from lunar holiday!
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    Default Re: Observing Report for 11 January 2019 - asterisms, clusters and clouds - oh my!

    Thanks for the Puppis report Alan.

    Where do you guys pick up the asterisms from?
    Are there online lists? I am rather ignorant of such things, I do see SS6 shows a few but they seem to be mostly naked eye stuff.

    Good luck with those skies!
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    Default Re: Observing Report for 11 January 2019 - asterisms, clusters and clouds - oh my!

    Standing on the Poop, I see.

    Good little outing for a game of whack-a-mole. Amazing how many OC's and asterisms there are in and around Puppis.

    Got a little dusting of snow last night and still overcast. Should be clear tonight though I will be forced back to the driveway. With the Moon stirred up, not sure I'll bother yet. We shall see.
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    Default Re: Observing Report for 11 January 2019 - asterisms, clusters and clouds - oh my!

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    Thanks for the Puppis report Alan.

    Where do you guys pick up the asterisms from?
    Are there online lists? I am rather ignorant of such things, I do see SS6 shows a few but they seem to be mostly naked eye stuff.

    Good luck with those skies!
    Thanks Clinton. Puppis gets up higher here so that certainly helps!

    As for the asterisms, it is from the Deep-Sky Hunters Yahoo Group. A list of over 1100 such star groups, though many were discovered on professional imagery and are quite small and difficult visually. But there are many larger ones, with names you would recognize, like Streicher and Slotegraaf.

    It contains a few typos, but for the most part is a good reference point. The IDSA utilizes it as their source for the majority of asterisms it shows, as does the planetarium software C2A which plots them. For those not already in the IDSA I generally pencil in the position for field use.

    Bryan can provide you a clean copy of what I use as mine has been edited a little from its original format. Good luck.

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    Standing on the Poop, I see.

    Good little outing for a game of whack-a-mole. Amazing how many OC's and asterisms there are in and around Puppis.

    Got a little dusting of snow last night and still overcast. Should be clear tonight though I will be forced back to the driveway. With the Moon stirred up, not sure I'll bother yet. We shall see.
    Thanks Bryan. Yeah lots of clutter in Puppis, given its location along plane of the galaxy.

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    Snow I never have to worry about here. Home got about 4 to 6 inches I believe, though it should melt off quickly this week as temps rise into the 40s.

    As I said, I will wait until the current lunar holiday is over before I head back out. Gives me more time to sleep!
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    Default Re: Observing Report for 11 January 2019 - asterisms, clusters and clouds - oh my!

    Nice report, Alan! Sounds like your little scope is working out pretty well

    We got about 5 inches of snow here in Culpeper. It's still pretty cold but should warm up enough this week to get rid of some of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by combat48 View Post
    Nice report, Alan! Sounds like your little scope is working out pretty well

    We got about 5 inches of snow here in Culpeper. It's still pretty cold but should warm up enough this week to get rid of some of it.

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    At least the snow wasn't as bad as it could've been. With the rising temps shouldn't be a problem for too long.
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    Nice evening out Alan. For anyone reading, I also heartily recommend the Interstellarum Deep Sky Atlas (IDSA). I picked up a copy about two years ago and it has many more objects plotted than the Sky & Telescope Atlas. It's not exactly cheap, but it's worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helicon64 View Post
    Nice evening out Alan. For anyone reading, I also heartily recommend the Interstellarum Deep Sky Atlas (IDSA). I picked up a copy about two years ago and it has many more objects plotted than the Sky & Telescope Atlas. It's not exactly cheap, but it's worth it.
    Thank you Michael. Indeed so, the PSA and IDSA certainly are not on the same level. Nor where they really meant to be anyway. That said the PSA has its functionality and place, but for my observing it simply isn't deep enough for the most part, even for star hopping with an RACI. I tend to use it more for binoculars and when I want a wider plot for the purposes of finding orientation in the sky. It has been useful on this trip for that very purpose.

    Also agreed that the IDSA isn't cheap, but again well worth the price. I actually picked up a copy of the field version (black cover) from Book Depository in the UK last fall. I had a 20% coupon, and they always have free shipping, plus it was a good price on their site. So I got it shipped for $108. Again, expensive, but for that volume a good deal. But I still utilize my marked up, well beaten and worn desk edition for the field. It is my go to atlas, though at the dark site with the 17.5 inch I will sometimes bring Uranometria into the field for even more depth.
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    Thanks for your report!
    A nice dive into the unknown..
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    Thank you John. A little fumbling in the dark I suppose!
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