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Stargazing target: The Moon

Earth’s closest celestial neighbour is a splendid sight in the night sky, even if it does spoil the view of fainter objects. Every night is different as the Moon waxes and wanes and the terminator line between light and dark moves over its face and different craters and mountains become visible.

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