Another brand-new set of missions arrive in Fortnite on September 19, and one of the 14 challenges included in the set is a task that asks players to dance at two different telescopes in a single match.

Missions replaced weekly challenges for Season 10, giving players even more opportunities to earn Battle Stars, XP, and even some cosmetic rewards with 14 total tasks set out by Epic Games. 

Each of them are divided into two parts, including seven challenges that are open to everyone with the Season 10 Battle Pass, with another seven locked away called Prestige Missions, which players must earn by completing their normal counterparts.

The telescopes are dotted around the Fortnite island. Credit: Epic Games

One of the seven Prestige Missions for Season 10, Week 8 is to dance in front of two telescopes in a single match and while this may sound fairly straight forward, finding two of them in a single match may be difficult -especially if you don’t know where they are.

If you’re struggling to find them, don’t know what you’re looking for, or are simply planning for the best way to finish this quickly, you can use our handy guide map to locate them.

Unfortunately, you aren’t looking for a massive telescope, but rather for a small one perched on hilltops, so spotting them from distance will be tricky.

Thankfully, there are three of them littered across the island, with two in close proximity in the center of the map, and another on a hilltop near Moisty Palms. You can view their locations below.

A map showing the location of the telescopes on the Fortnite map.

The quickest way to complete this challenge is to hit the two in the middle of the map, with one sitting on the mountain west of Dusty Depot, then head almost directly south to Shifty Shafts.

Remember, you have to dance at both telescopes in the same match, so if you don’t make it to the second, or get eliminated before finishing the task, your progress will restart and you’ll need to try and make it to the two telescopes in your next match.