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Posted on Monday, November 29 @ 02:55:50 CST by astronomy
 
 
  Cluster and Nebula

OBSERVING NEBULAS

Any telescope in the 4 to 6 inch (100 to 150 mm) range can show prominent nebulas in dark, clear skies, but the light grasp of larger scopes is a definite advantage when looking for less substantial nebulas.

Once you have located a nebula, boost your magnification for greater contrast until the image begins to degrade. Narrowband light pollution reduction filters can be very helpful, even in dark skies.

 
 
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