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  1. Can I see any galaxys or nebula with celestron 15x70 skymaster binoculars if so where can I see them thanks as I am just amateur and finding it hard to find them
  2. It was zubenelgenubi exactly where I observed it on may 31st around 22.50mm it wasn't antares as that was next to saturn and was also on bottom left of the.moon that night
  3. Yeah this goes back sometime the bridge on the moon could it be a rock formation
  4. I think we should as.I think there is still alot more to be investigated and done with the moon
  5. Last night whilst looking at moon I noticed to the right of the moon was a red looking star and a white object just behind it any ideas on what it could be
  6. Hi I'm new to astronomy and I sometimes find it hard to work things out can someone tell me how a.planisphere works or simplify it for me cheers
  7. I bought celestron binoculars instead of a scope due to frustrating hours with telescopes I am a beginner and got 15x70 skymaster
  8. Hi and warm welcome to sgl from hull observer
  9. thank you for the website never new about it have you ever seen a comet with binoculars or teltelescope
  10. I think this Is a great idea hands on science at its best and as you say I think.kids would love it I don't think night time would be a problem as you remember they do over night stays at museums now
  11. I have seen.messier 51 near big dipper through my.binoculars that's was brilliant find.couldn't observe very long.though due to the weight of.my.bins
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