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What can be seen with a 4.5" telescope
I just got a 4.5" Newtonian reflector. The skies haven't been clear where I live lately so I've only been able to use it to see the moon and Jupiter (I was also able to see the Galilean moons). A ...
Dec 18 '13 at 23:18
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