Post by pickinduck on Apr 18, 2017 10:08:06 GMT -6
I hope that you can read this?
This is for testing the clarity of your sky by seeing what is the least magnitude of a star that you can see with your naked eye. These stars are just off of the North Star Polaris. They are in the constellation CEPHEUS. They are within a binocular's field of view with Polaris. There is a nice cluster of magnitudes 2-4-5-6. The flash wiped out the star dot for 5.6. Don't go by the partial field of view thing in the upper left corner. It does NOT correspond with what I drew.