How to find all the Clusters in the Summer Triangle

An open cluster is a loosely bound together group of stars and there are three easy to find open clusters in the Summer Triangle: M29, M56 and M71.

There are three beautiful clusters visible in the summer triangle asterism. Join us as we take you on a tour of each cluster showing you what they look like and how to find them.

What equipment do you need to see the Clusters in the Summer Triangle?

Binoculars will show you the clusters in the Summer Triangle but you will need a telescope to start resolving more of the individual stars that make up the clusters.