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The Moon through your telescope

t’s true to say that during the lockdown earlier in the year many people discovered the natural beauty of the night sky for the first time; they had no idea that just by looking up from their gardens on a clear night they could see constellations, planets and much more. Many decided they wanted to see even more of the wonders of the universe, and will have received a telescope for Christmas. If

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