Observations

Daily cosmobite: crowing in the sky

Corvus and Spica. Diagram courtesy 2013 Australasian Sky GuideAfter 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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