Eyes on the Sky: Feb 25 thru Mar 3

The area of sky where Monoceros exists is easy to find: Look between Orion, Sirius, Procyon and Gemini. Harder to spot are the stars OF Monoceros, but there are a number of superb objects to see within this constellation. This week, learn what's fascinating about Beta Monocerotis, where and how to view the Christmas Tree Cluster, and a bit about one of the proper-name stars out there, Plaskett's Star. See what's up in the night sky every week with "Eyes on the Sky" videos, astronomy made easy.
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