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Why do people look into space with telescopes but not binoculars?

Why do people look into space with telescopes but not binoculars?

provides funding as a member of The Conversation US.is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question you’d like an expert to answer, send it to .Why do people use telescopes to look into space but not binoculars? – Niraj, age 6, Arlington, MassachusettsGo outside right now. What’s the farthest thing you can see? A tree? A bird? What about the Moon? It’s 250,000 miles away. The Sun is 400 times farther than that, at nearly 100 million miles (but don’t look right at it).But why stop there? Once it gets dark, you can look for the planets in our solar system. The brightest one is...

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