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Aug 05 2014  Join us as Tom Trusock takes a look at the 106th version of the venerable RASC Observer's Handbook.

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SkyWatcher ED Esprit 120mm Apochromatic Triplet
Aug 23 2014  I have always said that if I had to go from having a couple of scopes to one in weighing aperture versus portability, contrast and almost crystalline view, then that one scope would be a decent aperture refractor. This 120 might just be the ticket.

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Binocular Universe: Flying High
Sep 02 2014  The North America Nebula (NGC 7000) is a large expanse of glowing hydrogen gas mixed with opaque clouds of cosmic dust just 3 degrees east of Deneb (Alpha Cygni) and 1 degree to the west of 4th-magnitude Xi Cygni. Famous as one of the most luminous blue supergiants visible in the night sky, Deneb marks the tail of Cygnus the Swan, or if you prefer, the top of the Northern Cross asterism.



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