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Hi Paul,

You can reduce the brightness down to a more comfortable level with a mild Neutral Density filter (like a moon filter but less dark) or something like the Baader Planetarium 'Neodymium Moon & Skyglow' filter which has the added benefit of filtering out some of the light pollution and enhancing surface detail on the planets. 

For a quick and cheap fix, use an old pair of sunglasses!  You could always remove the lens from the eye that isnt used for viewing. 

Hope that helps,

Steve :)

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I LOOK AT MARZ LAST NIGHT AND ITS BRIGHT IN MY EYESPIECE IT HURTZ MY EYE - IS THIS DANGERUZ?

IT KAN BE DANGERUZ BUT

ONLI IF U IZ BLINDID BYE THI LITE AN U DONT SEE SUMFIN AN FOLL OVER IT

BEE CARFUL

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