Astral Autumn

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Science Documentary hosted by Patrick Moore and published by BBC broadcasted as part of BBC The Sky at Night series in 2008 - English narration

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Sir Patrick Moore hosts an autumn equinox party in his garden and talks to Dr John Mason about what to look for in the night sky at this time of year.

As the ISS passes overhead in the early evening with the Jules Verne module behind, there is a bright moon out later.

Dr John Mason describes how to find several interesting nebulae, galaxies and star clusters using the constellations that are well seen during autumn, in particular Cassiopeia, Pegasus and Andromeda.

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  • Language.....: English

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