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RE: RE: What To Look For

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Posted by Chris James on October 16, 2000 19:34:36 UTC

...And...as so many recommmend, start with binocs. You can see M31, the moons of Saturn, the Orion Nebula all fairly easily with binocs, and it`s much more intuitive to move around with right-side-up star-hopping and the bigger field of view.

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