(July schedule, August schedule, September schedule, October schedule)
Cepheus constellation is visible on the sky in the evenings during all year. It is in best position for evening observing in September when it is high on the northeastern sky, in October when it is culminating very high on the northern sky and in November when is high on the northwestern sky.
During the evenings in May, June and July it climbs on the northeastern sky, in August it is on the northeastern sky, in September is high on the northeastern sky, in October it culminates very high on the northern sky, in November is high on the northwestern sky, in December and January is on the northwestern sky, and in February, March and April during the evenings is low on the northern sky.
We will observe it during the evenings in July, August, September and October. It can also be observed in November and December. In February, March and April it is very low on the sky over the northern horizon for any serious observing.
Double and multiple stars
Deep sky objects
(will be observed only from dark location outside of the city)