einsteins cross

Einstein's Cross Object

how to find Oct 02, 2021

Einstein's Cross (galaxy + quasar) in Pegasus Constellation

Einstein's Cross is a cosmic mirage located in the constellation of Pegasus, which can be seen in the autumn season in the northern hemisphere. This fascinating celestial is a galaxy that is positioned in front of a distant quasar, causing light to bend due to gravitational lensing. Learn how to find Einstein's Cross in the night sky (an 18-inch. or larger diameter telescope is needed).

 

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