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  • How to see the Perseid meteor shower

    How to see the Perseid meteor shower

    Astronomy how-to guides, Go Stargazing Blog 3 minute read

    The annual Perseids meteor shower is possibly the one most eagerly anticipated by astronomers. For several years they have resulted in a great show with dozens of bright meteors being […]

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    How to see the Perseid meteor shower
  • How to see the solar eclipse on 10th June 2021

    How to see the solar eclipse on 10th June 2021

    Astronomy how-to guides, Go Stargazing Blog 3 minute read

    A partial solar eclipse will be visible from the United Kingdom on the 10th of June, 2021. The Moon will pass in front of the Sun, partially blocking it — […]

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    How to see the solar eclipse on 10th June 2021
  • How to find the North Star

    How to find the North Star

    Astronomy how-to guides

    The North Star gets its name from its position in the sky. It can always be found due to the North no matter where you are on Earth unless you […]

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    How to find the North Star
  • How to use binoculars for astronomy

    How to use binoculars for astronomy

    Astronomy how-to guides

    Binoculars are perfect for those starting out in stargazing and are a great introduction to the hobby. They offer amazing views of the Moon and are brilliant for scanning starry […]

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    How to use binoculars for astronomy
  • How to see meteor showers

    How to see meteor showers

    Astronomy how-to guides

    Meteor showers are natures firework displays! On any given night you can observe meteors crossing the night sky. These may be small fast streaks or if your lucky long fiery […]

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    How to see meteor showers

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