Observations

Daily cosmobite: crowing in the sky

Corvus_May_Australasian-Sky-Guide-2013After dusk the constellation of Corvus the Crow is high in the eastern sky. It is easily recognisable as it is made up of four stars close together in a sort of kite shape. An imaginary line joining two of the stars points to the bright star Spica, directly below.

Corvus and Spica. Diagram courtesy 2013 Australasian Sky Guide

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