Subject: What naked-eye object lies closest to the galactic core?
Date: Mon Mar 26 21:51:16 2001
Posted by Denni
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Sylvan Learning Centre
City: Edmonton State/Province: AB
Area of science: Astronomy
From one mad scientist to another (first posted October 1997, no response
A common question asked here is "What's the most distant object visible to the
naked eye?" My question is a bit of a turn-about. I've often wondered what naked-
eye object lies closest to the core of our own galaxy. I'm assuming good seeing
on a dark night - say down to m6.
Re: What naked-eye object lies closest to the galactic core?
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