Kemble's Cascade

Kemble’s Cascade

Kemble's Cascade
Kemble’s Cascade

In looking at the upcoming forecast, I decided to take advantage of a semi-clear and warm night to sketch another observation. It took a bit of star-hopping to find the cascade… mainly drawing lines between Auriga to Perseus to Cassiopeia and back again, but once it was in my field of view, there was no mistaking Kemble’s Cascade.

Object: Kemble’s Cascade in constellation Camelopardalis
Date: January 4th, 2014 – 9:15 – 10:15pm CT
Location: New Braunfels, Texas – back yard
Conditions: 56°F, partially hazy, some clouds
Instruments: 10×50 Wide-Angle Binoculars
Medium: Graphite on white sketch paper, inverted
(see the original sketch)

Thank You,
Jen Bishop

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16 thoughts on “Kemble’s Cascade”

  1. Hello Jen,

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  2. Very nice Jen, congratulations 🙂 Kemble’s Cascade is a perfect target for binoculars and your sketch show perfectly what it can see with a 10×50.

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