Daily cosmobite: the Southern Cross

Daily cosmobite: the Southern Cross

Published by Nick Lomb on June 28, 2013 No Comments

28_Southern Cross_Nick LombThis is the best-known star group or constellation in the sky of the Southern Hemisphere. At this time of the year it is at its highest in the southern sky in the early evening. It is easy to recognise as it is always accompanied by two bright stars, the pointers.

The Southern Cross and the pointers. Photo Nick Lomb

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