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Hi Krys, glad to see you have renewed your enthusiam for astronomy, you have made the best start (or should that be re-start) in using your 10×50 bino’s, there is a lot that can be seen through them and it will help you find your way around, there are some excellent binocular targets at the moment, the Andromeda galaxy and the double cluster in Perseus to name but two also there is comet Garradd which can easily be found in bino’s especially as the Moon is out of the way for a few days.