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Phil Harrington binocular universe (October 2006 online extra)

In this month's column, I promised we could find Neptune through binoculars in the October sky. Here's how.
Right now, Neptune can be found floating among the dim stars of Capricornus the Sea-Goat. Start by identifying the constellation's triangular pattern, which looks like a bikini's bottom half.

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