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Nasa Releases Crisp New Images Of Neptune, Moons

For these who aren’t early risers, we’ve got a tantalizing target in the evening sky. The amazing double star Albireo flies higher in the east just after sunset. Marking the head of Cygnus the Swan, Albireo (Beta [β] Cygni) seems as a single 3rd-magnitude star to the naked eye. But a tiny telescope splits it into two elements with magnitudes of 3.three and 5.five. They’re broadly separated by 24″ and straightforward to separate even at low power. What will definitely catch your eye, though, is their contrasting colors of yellow-orange and blue-white. Regional time in early October this occurs progressively...