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What strong properties are inherent to binoculars?

The Pleiades Galaxy

The Pleiades Galaxy

If you look through a telescope at some kind of open stellar cluster for example at the Pleiad galaxy you will be probably disappointed as with too high magnification its separate elements scatter and you can't see the entire image. A telescope spaces out the cluster. The magnification of any binocular is knowingly less that gives it bigger field of view. Among other objects which are good for observations through a binocular the Big Magellan Clouds, the Great Nebula in Andromeda and the Nebula in Eta of Keel.