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Published on Jul 29, 2012
Learn how to see several double stars, a couple of globular clusters AND a number of craters on the Moon's surface! All are easily found and observed, even with small telescopes and binoculars. Check out Antares, the double Beta Scorpii and Nu Scorpii, along with the craters Hevelius, Cavalerius, Petavius and Langrenus on either side of the Full Moon on August 1st. Plus, find out where to observe Saturn and Mars in the evening sky and Jupiter and Venus in the morning. See what's up in the night sky every week with "Eyes on the Sky," astronomy made easy.