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Observing Basics: Tips for Moon Watchers | Astronomy.com October 21, 2013

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Observing Basics: Tips for Moon Watchers | Astronomy.com.

What could be better for urban observers than the Moon. After all, it’s bright enough to see in broad daylight! It’s also the only non-terrestrial object on which we can see detail with just our eyes. Of course, if you have a small telescope or binoculars, the extra details you can see are really amazing. In this video, Astronomy’s Michael E. Bakich offers some really good advice for observing.

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