(July schedule, August schedule, September schedule, October schedule)
Sagitta constellation is summer-early fall constellation and it is in best position on the sky for evening observing in August and September when it culminates high on the southern sky.
During the evenings in May it rises on the eastern sky, in June it climbs higher on the eastern sky and is in good position for evening observing, also in July when it is high on the southeastern sky. In August and September it culminates high on the southern sky and is in best position for evening observing. In October it is high on the southwestern sky and still in good position for evening observing, also in November when it is on the western sky. In December is very low on the western sky and not in good position for evening observing. In January sets behind northwestern horizon.
We will observe it during the evenings in July, after in August in September when it is in best position for evening observing and in October. As mentioned before, its celestial objects can be observed also in June and November.
Double and multiple stars
Deep sky objects
(will be observed only from dark location outside of the city)