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Phil Harrington binocular universe (January 2007 online extra)

Of all the northern circumpolar constellations, Camelopardalis is certainly the least distinct.
Although none of Camelopardalis' stars shine brighter than 4th magnitude, binoculars allow us to star hop along the Giraffe's faint outline to search out additional treasures.

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