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Double star ADS 5951, open cluster NGC 2360, and irregular galaxy NGC 2366

February 13–20, 2014: The double star ADS 5951 and open cluster NGC 2360, both in Canis Major, each offers small-telescope owners stunning views, while large-telescope owners can seek out irregular galaxy NGC 2366 in Camelopardalis.
RELATED TOPICS: DOUBLE STARS | OPEN CLUSTERS | GALAXIES
Camelopardalis
This week's large-telescope target, irregular galaxy NGC 2366, lies 3.2° east of the magnitude 5.1 star 43 Camelopardalis.
Astronomy: Roen Kelly
Each week, Astronomy magazine Senior Editor Michael E. Bakich, a master at explaining how to observe, posts a podcast about three objects or events you can see in the sky.

Targets for February 13–20, 2014
Small telescope:
Double star ADS 5951
Small telescope: Open cluster NGC 2360
Large telescope: Irregular galaxy NGC 2366

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