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The first may be of little use to the binocular observer but should be a weapon in the arsenal of every telescope user, while the second may be impractical for casual observers or those of us with big telescopes or permanently located observatories. However, observing from a dark sight is a truly awe-inspiring experience. The experience of being unable to discern the constellations because of the plethora of stars visible is breathtaking, as is being able to see most of the Messier objects in Sagittarius with the naked eye!
It is also, however, the less interesting. It has a ruddier color than its brother, and thus is the bigger star. 72 December December December December Denotes that the star, and thus the magnitude, is variable. 5 IV + B1 V −63° 06¢ March 29 321 The 13th brightest star in the sky, it is a double star, components about 41/2″ apart. 9 for a2. The colors of the stars are white and blue-white, respectively. 5 III −59° 41¢ April 3 352 The 20th brightest and penultimate star in our list lies too far south for northern observers.
This area is about 600 mm20 in diameter, and is the part of the retina that provides the highest resolution of detail; however, the absence of rods makes it relatively insensitive to light. The eye has three mechanisms for regulating the amount of light reaching the retina. Short-term and fairly small variations are dealt with by the iris, which opens and closes to adjust the size of the eye’s aperture. There is also a safety system (rather like that on the Hubble Space Telescope) that rapidly closes our eyelids if the light is too bright.