Icons Used On This Website

by Dominic Ford, Editor
Last updated: 6 Jan 2017

Objects and events on In-The-Sky.org are graded according to how difficult they are to observe from your currently selected location.

You will see the following icons around the website to indicate these difficulty levels:

Events which are visible to the naked eye from San Diego. Events which are visible to the naked eye from San Diego.
Events which are easily visible through standard binoculars from San Diego. Events which are easily visible through standard binoculars from San Diego.
Events which are easily visible through a small telescope from San Diego. Events which are easily visible through a small telescope from San Diego.
Events which are visible through a four-inch telescope from San Diego. Events which are visible through a four-inch telescope from San Diego.
Events which are visible through a large telescope from San Diego. Events which are visible through a large telescope from San Diego.
Events which are not observable at present from San Diego. Events which are not observable at present from San Diego.
Events which are not visually apparent from San Diego. Events which are not visually apparent from San Diego.
Never attempt to point a pair of binoculars or a telescope at an object close to the Sun Never attempt to point a pair of binoculars or a telescope at an object close to the Sun. Doing so may result in immediate and permanent blindness.

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