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L d Bonnie
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13 votes

Is it possible to completely see the edge of a half moon at night?

12 votes

Observatories that allow public access

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Help stabilizing telescope

5 votes

What phenomenon causes "lunar waves"?

3 votes

How to locate nebulas visible through AstroMaster 114 telescope without device assistance?

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How much telescope do I actually need for astrophotography?

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Moon Images from Earth

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Why in my area does NEOWISE appear so dim and small?

2 votes

Powerful-enough telescopes to observe the Lunar Roving Vehicle from Earth?

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What are the things, the hobby astronomers observe?

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I'd like to photograph NEOWISE from Los Angeles, what is the optimal time?

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Practicality of Dobsonian telescopes

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Python controllable amateur astrophotography cameras?

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How to reduce magnification and increase FOV of a camera attached to a telescope?

1 vote

How to connect my phone to a motorized telescope via a cable?

1 vote

Taking a picture of Starlink satellites

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Frames per second capabilities cameras currently installed in Modern Telescopes?

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Is looking through a telescope to do astronomy a thing of the past?

1 vote

What is the size of the largest asteroid orbiting the Earth, other than the Moon?

1 vote

What kind of telescope should I get my husband?

1 vote

Second Telescope: Maksutov Cassegrain vs Refractor

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Is it difficult to see DSO in your eyepiece?

1 vote

How to find RA 0

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How bright are geostationary satellites due to reflected sunlight?

1 vote

Seeing comet NEOWISE?

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Will NEOWISE be known as the Great Comet of 2020?

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What is a good focal length for DSO

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Gallery of 'actual images' from space?

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How can I see a nebula?

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Is there any scientific correlation between cold nights and star-lit skies?