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computer astronomy

Postby alecras234 » Mon May 13, 2019 3:14 pm

Hi im Ashley, I'm 41 from North Wales. I like astronomy but I find using a telescope and binoculars difficult as I'm disabled and have limited movement , there's also too much light pollution and cloudy skies where i live. I like reading astronomy books and I know a little of what's up in the night sky. I'm not really interested in using optics to stargaze, im happy just using my eyes. I'm always at my computer at home being online, is there something i could do in the world of astronomy via the computer? Can i use a planetarium to stargaze instead of going out to stargaze and learn the constellations while using the planetarium?

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