Current star in October 2011 the starry sky in the autumn of 2011 great season to the star sky. According to Cuan Coulter, who has experience with these questions. current sky vision explains the current sky in October 2011: the summer triangle, formed from WEGA(Leier), Deneb (Swan) and Atair (Eagle), is although still high in the evening sky, but already clearly autumnal is the character of the starry sky. This is evident especially in the autumn square. The star square of Pegasus draws attention to high in the South. It attached, you will find our constellation of the month September: the Andromeda.
The Big Dipper, which is zirkumpolar and thus always above the horizon is, in our latitudes has now reached its lowest position, and is may be difficult to find, because in this position easily through trees, buildings or mountains can be obscured. The same applies to his companion, the boat (Bootes). Deep in the East, the newly received Bull announces Aldebaran of the coming winter with his reddish star. Arriving in Taurus dichtgedrangstes star groups, which sometimes erroneously is regarded as less car. It is the open star cluster of the Pleiades or the seven sisters.
His star in glistening bright bluish light appear in the binoculars. High in the eastern half of the sky, you will find the typical autumn pictures, which include almost all of the Andromeda group except the Pegasus. Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Andromeda, Perseus, and whale are common. These images can’t compete while facing the winter sky, because they have no particularly striking star, but still have their own charm and are easy to spot with the exception of the whale. The constellation Perseus is high in the East between Andromeda and the main star in the Auriga, the yellowish Kapella which unmistakably radiates in the Northeast. The two fish are located south of Andromeda and Pegasus. They are well known as Zodiac image, in the sky to recognize but difficult, and therefore because they are made like the South-based whale only from poor insolation during stars barely noticed in the firmament.