Just stepping into this field. For the users to get the grasp of the size and scale of the objects populating our night (and day) skies, I take attention to keep the same scale (a field of view of about 41.2x27.5 arcminutes) and start by introducing the most familiar objects.
The Double Cluster (Cadwell 14) is an astronomical object in the constellation of Perseus formed by two open clusters NGC 884 and NGC 869. The object is almost always visible in the northern emisphere's sky, and coincides with the approximate radiant of the famous Perseids meteor shower.
Publishing date: 01-01-2000 ¦
Picture index number: 278