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A few links that have been posted in various threads. These are specifically for Binocular observing. The usual tools, and books are also useful

110 Binocular sights (pdf) or as a link to the page instead

Index of /~astro2/IFASData

Binocular Messier Club Introduction | The Astronomical League

Touring the Universe through Binoculars Atlas

Let me know if there are other links you've found and we can add them.

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Hi I wonder if some one can help can you attach celestron binoculars to a Canon camara. I know you can attach scope to camara's but what is with binoculars. I have seen some where that binoculars where attached to a camara but cant remember where.

Thanks

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I now have the following pages for binocular observers on my web site:

Object Search based on your location, binocular size, class of object, constellation, etc

Specifically for UK-latitude observers:

Object of the Month A new object every month

Whole Sky Maps Interactive maps of the whole sky, clickable for various objects, taking you to finder charts and more information for each.

Transient Objects and Events Regularly updated for things like supernovas, comets, occultations and close conjunctions visible in binoculars

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I now have the following pages for binocular observers on my web site:

Object Search based on your location, binocular size, class of object, constellation, etc

Specifically for UK-latitude observers:

Object of the Month A new object every month

Whole Sky Maps Interactive maps of the whole sky, clickable for various objects, taking you to finder charts and more information for each.

Transient Objects and Events Regularly updated for things like supernovas, comets, occultations and close conjunctions visible in binoculars

Very nice Steve. Thanks for posting

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