Sirius and Messier 41

1402-010 Sirus & Messier 41
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Sirius and Messier 41
The brightest star – Sirius now reaches at the highest in the south at 21:00/9pm.

Use binoculars to look for Messier 41 (Open Cluster) just straight below it  –  little less than the width of a typical binocular’s field of view.

Photo of the constellation :- Canis Major, as it appears to the naked-eye. (Lines have been added for clarity.)
Sky Chart :- Canis Major

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