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  • YMAA Boston @ ICMAC

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  • Celestron NexYZ : FirstLook

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  • Upstep Orthotics : FirstLook

    We here at RainyDay here are no strangers to orthotics, judging by the collection in the office. When a reader asked us whether we were familiar with Upstep’s custom [...]
  • DIY: Loupes and Magnifiers

    Being able to clearly see what you are doing is key to creating/having/performing successful DIYs. And other than good lighting, nothing improves your ability to see more [...]
  • First Man On The Moon

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  • Matrix PowerWatch X : FirstLook

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Two Hundred Light Years

by Wan Chi Lau in Astronomy

Perspective:  One can get it when one looks at things from a new or different vantage point. Having the proper perspective is important in contemplating everyday things. It [...]

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