The winter Milky Way is moving into view. Although it’s not as bold as its summer counterpart, it still has much to offer the naked eye from a dark site. In the January issue of Astronomy Now, we’ll look at some methods you can use to capture the Milky Way on paper.
|Subject:||Winter Milky Way|
|Issue:||January 2010 Astronomy Now|
|Basic Media:||Graphite on artist grade paper.|
|Featured Technique:||Naked eye sketching beginning with plotting the stars across a broad stretch of sky, then observing and shading structure in the Milky Way.|