(April schedule and May schedule)
Sextans constellation is spring constellation and it is in best position for evening observing in April when it is relatively high on the southern sky.
In March it is climbing on the southeastern sky, in April it is in best position for evening observing when it is relatively high on the southern sky and in May it is low on the southwestern sky close to the horizon.
We will observe it in April when it is relatively high on the southern sky and in best position for evening observing and in May when we will try to catch it on the southwestern sky before it quickly moves too low towards the southwestern horizon.
Double and multiple stars
We will not observe any double or multiple stars from this constellation.
Deep sky objects
(will be observed only from dark location outside of the city)
We will not observe any deep sky objects from this constellation.