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Binocular Sky Newsletter, February 2018

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The February 2018 edition of the Binocular Sky Newsletter is ready to download. As well as the usual overview of DSOs, variable and double stars, this month we have:

* Several lunar occultations
* Ceres nicely placed for binoculars

So, if the sky is clear, grab your binocs (or small telescope) and head out to enjoy, and share with others, what teh night sky has to offer us this month. I hope you find it useful.

To grab your (free!) copy, or to subscribe (also free) and receive it monthly, please go to http://binocularsky.com and click on the 'Newsletter' tab.

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Many thanks Steve. Much appreciated as always. Perhaps this is the month I finally bag an asteroid!

Here's hoping the Crowdfunder appeal for binoculars for your outreach activities is successful. It's a great initiative and deserves plenty of support.

 

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Thank you. Let's hope can do something with what I'll read this month.

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