Cetus constellation is late fall constellation and it is in best position on the sky for evening observing in December when it culminates relatively high on the southern sky, halfway between the zenith and southern horizon.
During the evenings in September it rises on the eastern and southeastern sky, in October it climbs higher on the sky but it is still very low just above the southeastern horizon. In November it is low on the southeastern sky and in good position for observing. In the evenings in December it culminates on the southern sky and it is in best position for evening observing located halfway between the southern horizon and the zenith. In January falls lower on the southwestern sky and still can be observed, but because is low on the sky I would not say that it is in good position for observing. In February evenings it sets behind western and southwestern horizon.
We will observe it during the evenings in October when it climbs enough high on the sky to be in good position for observing. As mentioned before, also it can be observed during the evenings in November, December and January.
Double and multiple stars
Deep sky objects
(will be observed only from dark location outside of the city)