Re: (IAAC) Barnard's Loop, Naked Eye or Otherwise

We were set up right next to Uncle Al.  Did you happen to look at the NA and
the Pelican through either my Traveler or my hubby's 90mm AP?
If we both get into WSP this year, wander by and I'll show you Barnard's
Loop.  It's really quite striking.  This year I intend to sketch M42 while
I'm down there.  Although the site is not particularly dark, I can see M42's
arms mett in a complete loop as they sideswipe NGC 1980.
Clear skies,  Sue
-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Mitsky <djm28@psu.edu>
To: netastrocatalog-announce@latrade.com
>At this year's Stellafane I had a wonderful view of the North American
>Nebula and the Pelican Nebula through Al Nagler's 85mm T V refractor, 35mm
>Panoptic, and UHC filter.
>Dave Mitsky