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Posted on Monday, November 29 @ 02:12:01 CST by astronomy


The advantages of a pair of binoculars over a telescope are significant. Binoculars are inexpensive and readily available. Most are lightweight and |require no effort to set up.

The twin barrels of binoculars are comfortable to look through. Because they are actually two small telescopes, they create a three-dimensional effect. Binoculars provide a
wide field of view that makes it easy to find your target. It also helps that the images you see are right side up, unlike the upside-down images in many telescopes.




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