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characters. Non-English glyphs (such as Greek letters) should be
spelled or abbreviated - e.g., 'mu Scorpii' or 'eps Lyr'.
NOTE: If you frequently observe from the same site and/or with the
same equipment, try building your own custom observing form with the
"IAAC Personalized Observing Log"!
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Also, please feel free to use your own yardsticks for seeing and sky darkness:
using the seeing scale of I-V, sky "transparency" scales of 1-5 or
0-10, sky brightness in magnitudes/arcsec^2, or John Bortle's excellent transparency scale from 1-9 etc. are all just as "valid"
as our 1-10 seeing and visual limiting magnitude. Just be sure to
note which one you're using!