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  1. Smoothing Out The Wrinkles In Our View Of The Sun
  2. Re: Happy Solstace
  3. Re: Descent Thoughts (was - something and nothing)
  4. OT - Image intensifier
  5. i am looking into joining the telescoping community
  6. Re: Gravity vs. Inertia Force was Re: What if
  7. Re: What If
  8. Re: Shape of the Earth
  9. Re: Accretion Disc Same as a Spiral Galaxy??????
  10. Query about Mars
  11. Re: A thought on the Big Bang, etc.
  12. Re: Good spots to see the Southern California sky??
  13. Re: M51
  14. Re: something and nothing [ Existence continues ]
  15. Home made scopes - lenses and mirrors?? Which is best?
  16. Moon Cycles.
  17. astronomy in los angeles
  18. Re: Telescope image
  19. Re: good site for Celestron Nexstar 8 GPS owners?
  20. Re: Life on Mars
  21. Re: Min's Planetary-Awareness Technique - Part 2
  22. Re: M51
  23. Re: something and nothing
  24. Re: AGAIN with the Bouncing Photon (was - book: "Faster Than...)
  25. Re: Big Bertha Thing blogs
  26. Re: "Planetarium" software request
  27. Cookbook 245 under Windows XP
  28. Antenna Anomaly May Affect SOHO Scientific Data Tranmission
  29. NASA Orbiter Eyes Phobos Over Mars Horizon
  30. How to use the GPS unit on my Celestron Nextar 8i?
  31. Pheasability of a star around Sirius
  32. Re: Try This............
  33. Light Years and telescope question
  34. crazy idea about dark matter
  35. test
  36. Any new Planets found?
  37. Grants for your Project?
  38. The relativity of celestial motion
  39. More monopole musings (was "What If")
  40. Lots of Space Pictures
  41. Sunset angle at soltice
  42. lx200gps power
  43. Re: They're Getting Angry!
  44. 2003 Leonid MAC Workshop
  45. Amazing fact #101
  46. Ping Daniel Min (or whoever you may really be).
  47. Sun Tracker Software
  48. Space Calendar - June 27, 2003
  49. NASA Reveals Discovery About Pulsars At Space Science Update
  50. Re: Meade Eyepiece set - Discovery Channel
  51. Unknown objects in the sky...
  52. Lunar Legacy
  53. Vandenberg AFB Missile Launch/Astronomy Newsletter
  54. Any good resources on astronomy/astrology?
  55. Re: Iron and the Stars
  56. Min? Has he moved on?
  57. Starstuff - how to save?
  58. Today's APOD
  59. Why is the Earth so Homogenized ??
  60. Astronpomy Site Upate for July
  61. Re: Buying a telescope
  62. Fruit Machines Pool Tables Arcade Video's 2
  63. Buying Mylar for photograohing eclipses
  64. Re: PHOTO OF THE WEEK The No-Name Galaxy
  65. Hawaiian Telescope Team Makes Debut Discovery
  66. NEW UNIVERSE MODEL
  67. NEW UNIVERSE MODEL
  68. 12 or 14 Meade
  69. Gas Giant composition
  70. Star Trek Scotty Says Yes to Aliens
  71. ~!! Turn $6 into $60,000 in 90 days, GUARANTEED
  72. Harry Potter and the Moons of Jupiter
  73. A GW 'thought experiment' for Sally
  74. Re: PHOTO OF THE WEEK The No-Name Galaxy
  75. Einstein's Gravitational Waves May Set Speed Limit For Pulsar Spin
  76. Astronomers Find Jupiter-Like Planet 90 Light Years Away
  77. Re: Galactic distances
  78. Sky & Telescope News Bulletin - July 3, 2003
  79. Shapes of Galaxies
  80. searching lower FM band transmitters
  81. karlyembeth star?
  82. The Big Space Station
  83. Laser Star Finder
  84. Celestial Fireworks
  85. Is Planet X fiction?
  86. Re: Solar System Movement in the Galaxy
  87. For Trade - Orion 127mm Mak - I want 120mm EQ Astroview Refractor
  88. did you take your vitamins today ?????????????????????????????????
  89. Telescope Wishes
  90. Too much spam latey!
  91. Life expectany of the sun
  92. Creating Galaxies
  93. another what if?
  94. Martian Rocks
  95. Mars Exploration Rover (MER-A) orbit elements (TLE)?
  96. Re: Light in the sky...
  97. Re: Light years
  98. Re: Our very ordinary Sun
  99. Testing
  100. Photons from centre of sun
  101. which zoom eyepiece?
  102. Re: Luxon 76/700 telescope
  103. Mars Polar Caps
  104. Re: satellite identifying
  105. Planet positions
  106. Re: Mars exploration
  107. Message to Bert
  108. Re: Nasa ******s
  109. Big Bear Ca 4th of July weekend Observing report [Long]
  110. Incredible find for Life based on Carbon (atomic number 6)
  111. New wanna be astronomer
  112. Re: ITE brand Telescopes?
  113. Digital Camera and Telescope
  114. Re: Light in the sky...
  115. ToUcam Help
  116. Earth in the sun's orbit
  117. Pluto's Atmosphere Is Expanding, Researchers Say
  118. Lunar Activity
  119. Re: Mars Dust
  120. Equation of Time formula needed
  121. Re: M51
  122. David Knisely Called me a Troll!!
  123. Troll wasnt good enough, now Im a peodophile
  124. NASA Stone walling and covering up the Columbia Tragedy
  125. Hubble Helps Confirm Oldest Known Planet
  126. BV and Knisely - Trolls extrordinaire
  127. at last 666 code revealed!
  128. ANN: Eyepiece Giveaway continues at StarGazers Online
  129. Oldest planet
  130. TEST - Ignore
  131. ancient planet found
  132. SBIG STV
  133. Re: Can we sell scopes here?
  134. Sky & Telescope News Bulletin - July 11, 2003
  135. 4 Sale
  136. What Planet Reflects Best ??
  137. Turn $6 into $60,000 in 90 days, GUARANTEED
  138. Earth's velocity
  139. Anyone in Australia got a celstron nextstar 114gt?
  140. celestron nexstar 8
  141. Binary Star Systems and More?
  142. The one whose name shall not be uttered...
  143. new telescope
  144. New pics
  145. Re: HELP: The exact planet positions !
  146. Mars Previewer II computer program VIRUS ALERT !!
  147. Huge = Small
  148. Sixth International Mars Conference will Include Public Event
  149. Re: Mars exploration
  150. how old a saturns rings
  151. Celestron Powerstar III DEC drive question - PLS
  152. Sidereal days - amateur question
  153. Objects that Last The Longest.
  154. Gravitic bipolarity: fact or farce? (Was "1a Supernova data")
  155. Europe's First Moon Mission Spacecraft Arrives In French Guiana (SMART-1)
  156. Comparing Mars with Earth
  157. Asteroid Hunters Discover Near-Earth Object with New Camera
  158. Any astronomy clubs in or near Atlanta, GA?
  159. Re: Little Pluto
  160. Re: Seti at Home
  161. Very simple question regarding the moon
  162. Stars that visibly move?
  163. Farewell to the Earth and the Moon - ESA's Mars Express Successfully Tests Its Instruments
  164. SOHO Resumes Full Operation
  165. Re: Mars Global Surveyor Images - July 10-16, 2003
  166. A Detailed Map of Dark Matter in a Galactic Cluster Reveals How Giant Cosmic Structures Formed
  167. Spacecraft Films DVDs - other space related DVDs
  168. Re: Sue a friend
  169. ESA To Build A Deep Space Ground Station In Cebreros, Spain
  170. The 2003 Perseid Meteor Shower
  171. Are we surrounded by distant universes, pulling us apart?
  172. Re: Force of Gravity,and the Planets.
  173. Sky & Telescope News Bulletin - July 18, 2003
  174. Re: How to pronounce Betelgeuse?
  175. test
  176. Re: Distribution of material in the solar system
  177. Relative Motion
  178. Re: Comparison on C5
  179. Wtb:6" Dobsonian Sky-Watcher telescope
  180. Viking pix on Ebay
  181. 4 Sale
  182. name of the moon
  183. Re: Comparison on C5
  184. Anyone got a link to a good Mars meeting the Moon pic?
  185. Light next to moon
  186. Astrophot : Eye Projection better than Prime Focus?
  187. Picture of Earth from Mars
  188. Calculating a ParSec
  189. Mars watch
  190. Re: Merging MPG Files
  191. Light - gains or doesn't gain speed from source
  192. Stars Rich In Heavy Metals Tend To Harbor Planets, Astronomers Report
  193. Re: Own a STAR!
  194. Re: Microflares on Sun Could Play Major Role In Heating Corona
  195. Telescope Buyers FAQ
  196. Moon's center of mass
  197. Re: Starting astronomy
  198. Re: Mars Dust
  199. The Birth of a Star ????
  200. Do Telescopes Ever Sleep?
  201. We *did* land on moon
  202. Spotlight: Tiny Measurement Gives Big Boost to Planet Hunt
  203. Re: All Moon Missions Were Unmanned
  204. Today's APOD
  205. Eyepieces Help
  206. Telescope, Eyepieces, Telrad, Dew Heater for TAL and Mead, and more
  207. Is The Birth of a Star an implosion?
  208. Blackholes Don't Tilt
  209. Mars Global Surveyor Images - July 17-23, 2003
  210. Help with Finger Lakes IMG1024S camera under Linux
  211. Is Jupiter the Hottest Planet?
  212. Re: Space and time at the speed of light
  213. Re: the speed of a satellite while bringing it into orbit
  214. Universes and Galaxies Sameness ???
  215. SpaceDev to Design Lunar Dish Observatory Mission
  216. Re: OT - Where can I find an owner's maual for an old Sears telescope?
  217. Astrology readings on-line
  218. Space Calendar - July 24, 2003
  219. Motion of Planets
  220. Los Alamos Release New Maps Of Mars Water
  221. No two Stars are Born Alike
  222. Filter Help!!!!
  223. Asteroid impacts (was Re: August 27, 2003 - Mars)
  224. Do you wants CHIPS with that.
  225. New Astronomy Community! Enjoy!
  226. Re: Central to Our Local Cluster (was - A Detailed Map of DarkMatt...
  227. Re: Help! Vibrating Telescope!
  228. In opinion, Helios Evostar 102-1
  229. Re: Min's Planetary-Awareness Technique - Chapter 6 Part 3
  230. Nebular then and Now
  231. Re: Shopping telescopes.
  232. EARN$$600\week downloading free software
  233. Re: We *did* NOT land on THE moon
  234. Re: Big Bertha Thing blogs
  235. Mars Moves in for Some Quality Visual Time
  236. Re: Any good resources on astronomy/astrology?
  237. The truth about "apollo moon" missions
  238. Q. Trying to understand concept in gravity
  239. moon rise/set
  240. Re: where to get obeservation data?
  241. Re: aurora in NZ
  242. Neutron "Star" Hmmmm ???
  243. Re: Letter to Congress on Near Earth Objects
  244. Are we alone?
  245. Re: World's Largest Astronomical CCD Camera Installed On Palomar Observatory Telescope
  246. Re: World's Largest Astronomical CCD Camera Installed On Palomar Observatory Telescope
  247. Re: New dob! but it's raining
  248. Re: Min's Planetary Awareness Technique Chapter 1
  249. The Axis (gyro) Spin orf Mars
  250. Re: Building a Base on Mars