10 top summer binocular treats
You won’t need a large telescope to spot these celestial wonders.
April 25, 2011
The Butterfly Cluster (M6)
Photo by Bernhard Hubl
Summertime, stargazing, and binoculars. In my mind, the three are inseparable. Is there anything better than sitting back with binoculars and scanning the summer Milky Way as it flows overhead? To start you off on your journey across the summer binocular universe, I’ve compiled a top 10 list of my favorite seasonal targets.
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