Uranus, the first planet discovered since antiquity, is well on view these nights.
It is a 6th magnitude object, so binoculars will suffice. At low magnification, it looks exactly like a star.
The planet is now in Pisces, about 2° south of epsilon Piscium.
The chart (a reduced version from Sky-High 2014) show the path of Uranus till near the end of the year.
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If you would like to attend Dunsink Observatory Public Open Nights that are supported by the IAS, you can find more details at Dunsink Observatory. These recommence in October 2014.