Can you see stars with a handheld telescope?

Primarily for wildlife viewing, hunting and daytime observing, monoculars and small handheld telescopes can also be great for astronomy and even astrophotography. They are ultra-compact and light as well as being easy to use, and so have many advantages over telescopes and binoculars, particularly when traveling. What can you see with a portable telescope? The …

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Which constellation lies in the direction of the Galactic Center?

This chart shows the location of the Milky Way central region in the night sky. It lies in the direction of the constellation of Sagittarius (The Archer), and is marked with a red circle in the image. What constellation lies in the direction toward the galactic center? The Galactic centre is the point about which …

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Your question: Why do we see circumpolar constellations?

The term circumpolar refers to constellations and stars that are circling the north and south celestial poles without ever dipping below the horizon. All circumpolar constellations are found near the celestial poles and, due to their proximity to the poles, they never disappear from view. What do circumpolar constellations appear to do? A circumpolar constellation …

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Your question: What is astronaut ice cream made out of?

Ingredients: Ice Cream Ingredients: Milk, Cream, Sugar, Corn Syrup, Nonfat Milk, Whey, Cocoa Processed with Alkali, Mono and Diglycerides, Guar Gum, Artificial Flavors, Locust Bean Gum, Polysorbate 80, Carrageenan, Red 40, Annatto(color). Is astronaut ice cream real ice cream? Freeze-dried ice cream, also known as astronaut ice cream or space ice cream, is ice cream …

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Best answer: Is Leo a circumpolar constellation?

Scorpius, Leo, and Orion are seasonal constellations. The Little Dipper (Ursa Minor) is a circumpolar constellation. The constellations are still there during the day. You just can’t see them because the Sun is so bright. What are the 5 circumpolar constellations? At mid-northern latitudes (40º to 50º North) the circumpolar constellations are: Ursa Major (The …

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Frequent question: Why is Jupiter blurry in my telescope?

You might be using too much magnification, either for the conditions, or for your scope. There also could be local issues involved, such as seeing conditions, trying to view a low planet over houses or other manmade stuff that put off heat, possibly haze, etc. Jupiter being low doesn’t help. Why are planets blurry through …

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Which of these are circumpolar constellations?

There are 9 constellations that are circumpolar in the Northern Hemisphere, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Draco, Lynx, Perseus, Ursa Major, and Ursa Minor. What are the circumpolar constellations? At mid-northern latitudes (40º to 50º North) the circumpolar constellations are: Ursa Major (The Great Bear) Ursa Minor (The Lesser Bear) Draco (The Dragon) Cepheus (The King) …

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How can I make my telescope better?

By placing an extension tube between the Barlow lens and the eyepiece, you will increase the magnification of a telescope by two three or more times, depending on the size of the extension tube. How can I improve my telescope? By exchanging an eyepiece of one focal length for another, you can increase or decrease …

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