1. Saturn
    Throughout July 2015, Saturn will be visible over the southern sky, just as darkness falls.
  2. Dumbbell Nebula (M27)
    Using a pair of 10x50 binoculars, M27 can be found in the constellation Vulpecula.
  3. Ring Nebula (M57)
    Using 20x80 binoculars or a small telescope, M57 should look like a small grey puffed out slightly elliptical shaped path of light.
  4. Hercules Cluster (M13)
    M13 is easily found on the western side of the Hercules constellation using a 10x50 binoculars.
  5. Summer Milky Way
    Travel out to a wilderness area with little light pollution. Moonless nights are the best.
  6. Summer Triangle
    An astronomical pattern made by drawing an imaginary triangle in the northern hemisphere, using Altair, Deneb, & Vega.
  7. Cygnus
    A northern constellation lying on the plane of the Milky Way.