Saturday 1 April 2023

Spot observed on Saturn with a Cooke telescope

 Dr J Haswell of  Grange Terrace, Sunderland  observed the spot on Saturn that had been seen by Dr Terby in March 1890. He saw the spot on several nights in March , and he described it as being very obvious on March 30th, though not so noticeable as it had been last spring.

Dr Haswell used a 4.25 inch Thomas Cooke & Sons telescope which was of short focal length.

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