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Web Extra: Find where to observe in your neighborhood

Science centers, universities, and even sidewalk astronomy groups are all great chances to observe in your hometown.
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We only had room for a handful of the biggest U.S. cities in our article, but there are hundreds more options for observing under urban skies.

Museums around the world house telescopes of all sizes, sometimes shiny and new, sometimes classically designed and with rich histories. And many of them go unnoticed by visitors who only frequent the space in daylight hours.

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