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Posted by Bob Sal on July 25, 2003 19:47:20 UTC

The Orion Little Giants 15x70. Real nice binos. I'm sure you can pick them out with 10x50. Uranus will be easy, Neptune is dimmer. It's a fun project. You can get the position from Astronomy or Sky and Telescope magazine. They usually give a map of the path for both. It's all I used to spot them. The maps they give have enough stars to make the finding pretty easy. Good Luck.
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