What can I observe with a telescope?

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The telescope or telescope is used to observe craters and mountains on the Moon, sunspots (with a Mylar sunscreen), dark cloud bands surrounding Jupiter and its four satellites, Saturn’s rings and the crescent of Venus. Just these few phenomena will hold your attention for hours.

With a bit of a habit, you will discover the crescent of Mercury, Uranus, Neptune, the double and multiple stars (epsilon of the Lyrae, the Trapeze of Orion, Beta Cygni), the variable stars whose brightness varies with time (Cepheid Delta, Algol, Betelgeuse, Mira Ceti), nebulae (M42, M57, M27), some galaxies (M31, M33, M51, M81), open clusters (M45, M44) and globular clusters (M13, M92 , Omega Centauri) without forgetting the stars of the Milky Way. In short, there are many very interesting objects to observe in the sky!

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