Sketching at the telescope: Glenn Chaple’s Double-Double

Posted by David Eicher
on Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Glenn Chaple's Double-Double 

Epsilon Lyrae, the famous star consisting of two double stars and called the “Double-Double,” sketched by Astronomy Contributing Editor Glenn Chaple using a 3-inch f/10 reflector at 120x. 

David J. Eicher library 

To learn more about astronomical sketching, Astronomy magazine subscribers can access my Astronomy.com video "Sketching from the telescope" and read Glenn Chaple's Observing Basics column "Sketching 101."

See the rest of the Sketching at the telescope series.

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