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This lens gives a basic understanding of things we can learn about astronomy by observing the skies with our own eyes. Astronomy is not always about high tech gadgets and there is a lot one can learn in their own back yard.
What Can You See in the Night Sky? For starters, you can see the moon, stars, constellations and even some planets. This lens is about some of what the night sky holds. There are some pretty amazing things out there, just waiting to be seen! Many of these things can be seen with the naked eye.

A fantastic voyage into our solar system, from the sun to deep space. Big colored images will charm you, while you will be astonished by oddities of planets and satellites. Europa, satellit
This is an introduction for those that are not aware of this fascinating picture website called Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Everyday Nasa post a new picture about the sky with thorough e
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