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Springtime observing for small telescopes

Astronomy magazine Senior Editor Michael E. Bakich highlights the objects you can see this spring using a small telescope. Highlights include the star Mizar, spiral galaxy M101, open cluster M67, and the Sombrero Galaxy (M104).
In this video, Astronomy magazine Senior Editor Michael E. Bakich shows you some great small-telescope targets you can find in the spring sky.

Highlights include the star Mizar, spiral galaxy M101, open cluster M67, and the Sombrero Galaxy (M104).

You can locate all the night-sky sights he talks about by using Astronomy.com's interactive star chart — StarDome.

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