See Globular Clusters, Nebulas and a 'Teapot' In July 2014 Skywatching | Video

The Scorpius constellation is easy to find by its reddish star: Antares (heart of the scorpion). To its west, the M4 “Cat’s Eye” globular cluster can be found. To the east, a group of stars form the Teapot asterism, on your way to the Sagittarius constellation. Higher up on the sky, between Sagittarius and Antares you may observe the Lagoon, Trifid, Omega and Eagle nebulas. (Skywatching Guide)

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