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These six maps will get you started observing the Moon.
For the February 2010 issue of Astronomy, I wrote a story entitled "10 tips for Moon watchers." Because it was only a 2-page feature, we didn't have room to reproduce labeled Moon maps. We have no such space limitation on Astronomy.com., so here are half a dozen maps to help you Moon watch. In each map, south is up to match the view in a telescope, and east lies to the left....

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