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On this page I collect my observations of the star pattern (asterism) Kemble's Cascade in the constellation Camelopardis.
Kemble's Cascade is an about 2.5° long chain of stars in the southwestern constellation of Camelopardis (giraffe), which does not hava any catalogue designation. It is supposed to be visible with the naked eye, but I found it only in the telescope.
Kemble's Cascade created with SkySafari 6; it looked more impressive to me in the telescope (Image Courtesy of SkySafari Astronomy, www.simulationcurriculum.com)
Size: 2.80° (Stoyan)
Distance: no physical object
Rating: *** (Stoyan)
Kemble's Cascade in constellation Camelopardis