Astronomy Today

Aurora Photo by John Chumack

All amateur astronomers have a wish list of objects they would like to observe. When they first start observing, the list is modest, with objects such as the moons of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, craters on the Moon, the Andromeda Galaxy, the Orion Nebula, and so forth.

By this point in my life, I have seen these objects multiple times. They are beautiful and always worth a look, but they certainly wouldnt be something to put on my wish list anymore. My current wish list is a bit more exotic. Some of the items I have seen but want to see again, while others I havent seen and still others I will never see. But they make my wish list nonetheless. Read the rest of this post

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