Triangulum constellation is late fall - early winter constellation and it is in best position on the sky for evening observing in December and January when it culminates high on the southern sky very close to the zenith.
During the evenings in August it rises on the northeastern sky, in September is very low on the northeastern sky and still not in good position for evening observing. In October and November it climbs higher and higher on the eastern sky and is in good position on the sky for evening observing. In December and January it culminates very high on the southern sky a bit short of reaching the zenith and is in best position for evening observing. In February is high on the western sky halfway between the zenith and the western horizon and still in good position for observing. In March is low over the northwestern horizon and not in good position for evening observing. In April evenings it sets behind the northwestern horizon.
We will observe it during the evenings in October as soon as it climbs high enough to be in good position for observing. As mentioned can be also observed in November, December, January and February.
Double and multiple stars
Deep sky objects
(will be observed only from dark location outside of the city)