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Sport These exceptional sites for observing the stars in France

16:25  01 august  2020
16:25  01 august  2020 Source:   easyvoyage.com

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Our advice for observing the stars

Before looking for the ideal spot, you must respect a few rules:

- Be patient and watch until the end of astronomical twilight .

- Wait for the eye to get used to the darkness and avoid sources of light.

- Avoid full moon evenings when the night is too bright.

- Choose an open location, ideally in the south-east.

- Go to the heights, at an altitude of at least 2,000 meters.

- Equip yourself with a good pair of binoculars.

- Use a telescope in an astronomy club.

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