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Renaud Be
Renaud Be - 221 Views
Published on 13 Aug 2020 / In How-to and Style

With my powerful Celestron binoculars, 15 x70, I got to see last night, Mars on the East, and at the south Jupiter, along with some of its biggest moons, busy place, and just a little higher, on the left of it, appeared Saturn, where even the rings started to faintly show. I even watch on that clear night details of the Moon. In the day time, with my smaller binoculars, equipped with professional solar protective filters, I can observe clearly the spots on the Sun itself. You can see Jupiter's moons with smaller 10 x50 binoculars, but I wouldn't go smaller. Depending on the days, the Planet Venus is also a very bright object in the night sky, just before Sunrise of after Sunset. Night sky observation is better and richer outside cities, where you can even see with naked eyes, the arm of our own galaxy, along with many more objects, blinded from us by city light pollution. If it were up to me, at least once a week, I would order a total electric blackout, to perfectly see the greatest show in the universe.

Binoculars diopter adjustment: Most people don't have the exact same strength of both eyes, which is why with all Binoculars that I know, first you have the perfectly adjust the focus with the left eye, keeping the right eye shut; And then close the left eye and only adjust the right eye, by turning the special separate right eye diopter adjuster, and once also corrected, open both eyes for a perfect vision.


#Telescope #Binoculars #Astronomy #Jupiter #Saturn #Mars #Venus #Moon #Sun

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