Ready to Observe? How to Enhance Your Visitors

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Ready to Observe? How to Enhance Your Visitors' Experience at the Eyepiece.

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  • Child, Teen, Adult

You can prepare visitors to observe through your telescope by helping them understand why they see what they see and how the telescope works to enhance their vision. The activity includes discussions of averted vision and field of view.

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