Let’s assume that, like most people, you don’t know the constellations. No problem: Just turn to the Moon, which this weekend displays its gibbous phase. This football shape allows lunar mountains and craters to be optimally illuminated. Point any small telescope or even steadily braced binoculars its . . .
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