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Observe the Moon Through Binoculars

Astronomy Senior Editor Michael E. Bakich helps you get the most out of the Moon's ever-changing face with binoculars.
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The Moon's ever-changing face offers many great sights for binocular observers. What's more, the Moon is so bright you won't have to worry about light pollution.

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