Autumn sky: looking south
Patrick Moore and his guest Dr John Mason discuss the main constellation northern hemisphere stargazers can see when looking south in autumn - Pegasus.
In mythology Pegasus was a flying horse, in the night sky it is a square.
Sights in this region of the sky include star clusters and a group of five galaxies called Stephan's Quintet.
Available since: Thu 11 Aug 2011
- Patrick Moore
- Chris Lintott
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