Remote Viewing Live from Hartland with Doug Bock
September 25 @ 9:30 pm - 11:59 pm
Doug Bock has been an amateur astronomer since 1965, and is a prolific astrophotographer. Doug is a member of the University Lowbrows, the Warren Astronomical Society, the Ford Amateur Astronomy Club, the Seven Ponds Astronomy Club and the GM Astronomy Club!
Doug will be live-streaming from one of his observatories: Northern Cross Observatory & Boon Hill Observatory in Hartland, Michigan – he says he’ll stream as long as viewers are interested. If it’s cloudy, he may discuss Astrophotography.
Cover Image: NGC 6946 (also known as the Fireworks Galaxy or Caldwell 12) is a face-on intermediate spiral galaxy with a small bright nucleus, whose location in the sky straddles the boundary between the northern constellations of Cepheus and Cygnus. Its distance from Earth is about 25.2 million light-years or 7.72 megaparsecs, similar to the distance of M101 (NGC 5457) in the constellation Ursa Major. Both were once considered to be part of the Local Group. but are now known to be among the dozen bright spiral galaxies near the Milky Way but beyond the confines of the Local Group. NGC 6946 lies within the Virgo Supercluster.
Doug live-streams his telescope observation sessions to his YouTube channel.