Delta 1 & 2 Chamaeleontis

Posted by SERGIO EGUIVAR
on Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Near the South Celestial Pole lies the small constellation of Chamaeleon, with some nice gems to offer. In this case a lovely pair of stars with colour contrast known by Delta 1 & 2 Chamaeleontis. Delta 1 is the dimmer of the two main stars with a yellow to red colour. Delta 2 is the brightest one with a pale blue colour. Both are very good visual targets for binoculars and telescopes. They do not show the contrast of Albireo in Cygnus and this two are not related to each other. They are just placed in perspective.

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