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Phil Harrington's binocular universe (April 2006 online extra)

Cancer is a tough crab to crack but, once spotted, it holds several interesting binocular targets.
This month's binocular universe highlights the famous Beehive Cluster (M44) as well as a second, less famous open cluster, M67. In addition to those clusters and Saturn — which happens to pass through the constellation this month — Cancer includes the following sights visible through binoculars.

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