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Astronomy Observations

The best way to learn observational astronomy is by... looking up! The night sky is full of interesting things that can be seen with a telescope, binoculars and the naked eye. 

Make a series of 10 nightly observations and record on the log sheet attached at the bottom of the page. You may do up to 2 observations per night. If you do not know some of the information called for on the log sheet, such the phase of the moon or the temperature, you may use internet sources. However, your observation drawings, description and significance must be your own. 


Astronomy Picture of the Day
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Lynée Beck,
Aug 4, 2010, 8:17 AM