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The Tarantula of Magellan

The Tarantula of Magellan

Getting Started in Amateur Astronomy With Binoculars

Getting Started in Amateur Astronomy With Binoculars

Grab a good starter astronomy book and a good astronomy binoculars will get you off to a great start in watching the night sky. This Hubpages will show you how.

Astronomy; A Beginner's Guide to Naked Eye and Binocular Objects - A Greensleeves Page

Astronomy - A Beginner's Guide to Naked Eye and Binocular Objects

Astronomy; A Beginner's Guide to Naked Eye and Binocular Objects - A Greensleeves Page

Strange, Hypervelocity Stars Get Ejected from Milky Way & Space Gallery | Take a Quick Break

Strange, Hypervelocity Stars Get Ejected from Milky Way & Space Gallery | Take a Quick Break

Comet Catalina On January 17th, the comet made its closest approach to Earth and was easily visible with binoculars in the constellation of Ursa Major more commonly known as the Plough or Big Dipper. At magnitude +6.2, it appeared as a fuzzy smudge of light and was clearly non-stellar in nature.

Comet Catalina On January 17th, the comet made its closest approach to Earth and was easily visible with binoculars in the constellation of Ursa Major more commonly known as the Plough or Big Dipper. At magnitude +6.2, it appeared as a fuzzy smudge of light and was clearly non-stellar in nature.

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