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Web Extra: 10 great autumn binocular sights

Before the chill of winter sets in, head outside to explore a variable star, a nearby galaxy, a stellar waterfall, and more.
RELATED TOPICS: BINOCULAR OBSERVING
Open cluster M52 lies in Cassiopeia
The Milky Way’s disk holds a greater than average number of binocular objects. The galaxy’s glittering band is high in the sky during autumn, so this season is a wonderful time to tour the universe through binoculars. What’s in the sky to view with yours tonight? Head outside to hunt these 10 terrific targets.

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