What a pity! Today is the German Day of Astronomy. But after a sunny start, clouds started to cover the sky.
With the clear nights this week, I was able to collect almost 5 hours of lights from M13 in Hercules, a beautiful globular cluster. When uploading the pictures, I saw the pictures from last year, so this might be a nice comparison.
After months of cloudy night skies, this week offers the third clear night in a row. I was able to make good use of this opportunity and collected a little more than 9 hours of lights for the Leo Triplett.
Currently another imaging session is running with the next "classic": Bode's galaxies M81 and M82. The single lights are looking promising so I am already looking forward to processing the results to a final picture.
On March 8th, Jupiter is at Opposition. And the weather forecast promised a clear night. So I offered another "public viewing" of the night sky in my observatory.