Use these maps to check if you are observing at a place where the forecast changes slowly with distance -- that's where clear sky chart
accuracy is best.
Clear Sky Chart
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Map provided by the Canadian Meteorological Center and is © Crown copyright, product of Environment Canada.
Allan Rahill, of CMC, developed the forecast.
Cursor shows location of the Maryville Clear Sky Chart.
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The observation of fine detail seen in telescopes on planets or the moon requires good seeing. Visiblity of galaxies
nebulae in telescopes, or the milky way with the un-aided eye, requires good transparency. All astronomical observations require a low percentage of cloud cover or clear skies.
Humidity, Wind, and Temperature won't determine if you can observe, but they might affect how comfortable you are.
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