Despite the stronger than expected winds, we managed to see quite a bit last night. The winds made high magnification difficult, but there was still plenty to see, especially low in the southern sky. The milky way was visible as well as M57, M31, M13, M51, M17, M18, Uranus, Neptune, the mini coat hanger and the coat hanger asterisks.
We WILL be observing tonight (18/9) at Bury Down from 8:00PM onwards.
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