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  Because the moon is so close to the earth, we can see many features even with a small telescope. Often astronomers choose moonless nights for there observing sessions because the moons glare washes out most of the deep space objects we love to look at. The moon however is one of the most baeutiful objects to view through a telescope. There are many features to see.
  Observing Tips
  1. Look at the
  • Craters-
  • Maria
  • Rilles
  • Highlands
  • Domes
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