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Perseids from Chiefland, Florida by Ben[_3_]
We set up about 10 30p edt on a sleeping bag with a couple of pillows. My arm was around an old sweetheart from 50 years ago and my other hand was on my...
August 13th 12 11:00 PM
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PLATE TECTONICS ON MARS? by palsing[_2_]
August 13th 12 12:36 AM
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So where do I get this Mars watch? by W. eWatson[_2_]
August 13th 12 12:09 AM
by oriel36[_2_] Go to last post
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Colorado Perseids by Chris L Peterson
Not great weather this year; the monsoons aren't dropping enough water to make much of a dent in our drought, but the're leaving enough clouds around in the...
August 12th 12 10:28 PM
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Climate - an astronomical perspective by oriel36[_2_]
A brief detour to Wikipedia demonstrates that even the foundations of climate studies are exceptionally weak,even childish - "Climatology (from Greek...
August 11th 12 06:05 AM
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Oh, another Perseid question by Paul Ciszek
OK, after midnight is supposed to be best, far from light pollution. Got it. But which part of the sky should I aim my camera at? If they radiate away from a...
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August 11th 12 12:00 AM
by Chris L Peterson Go to last post
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Would like to photograph the Perseids by Paul Ciszek
I would like to take a long exposure of the night sky and capture some Perseid meteor trails. If I turn my lens to its widest zoom, I have a lowest possible...
August 10th 12 11:26 PM
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The Axiom of Simultaneity (was Speed of light) by Androcles[_80_]
"Henry Wilson DSc." wrote in message ... On Thu, 9 Aug 2012 17:36:43 -0700 (PDT), Ron-boy...
August 10th 12 10:47 PM
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Yes Oriel, the Earth does rotate on its axis by Uncarollo2
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August 10th 12 06:49 PM
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So You Landed On Mars. Now What? Watery Moon of Jupiter by Sam Wormley[_2_]
So You Landed On Mars. Now What? Watery Moon of Jupiter http://www.npr.org/2012/08/10/158515499/so-you-landed-on-mars-now-what He's talking about what's...
August 10th 12 06:14 PM
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Win some, lose some. by Rich[_4_]
August 10th 12 04:22 AM
by Androcles[_80_] Go to last post
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Brit to mothball to huge telescopes so they can spend more on global warming by Rich[_4_]
Ass----s. Greenie scum. Squandering hundreds of millions on this garbage and moth-balling two premiere telescopes.
August 10th 12 04:02 AM
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Curiosity has landed and is alive! by Sam Wormley[_2_]
Curiosity has landed and is alive! -- -Sam Wormley
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August 9th 12 03:08 PM
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Automating an Ash Dome with Max Dome II? by W. eWatson[_2_]
Anyone know of someone on the west coast who has automated an Ash Dome with the Cyanogen (Diffraction Limited) Max Dome II rotation/shutter movement kit?
August 9th 12 03:43 AM
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Koch funded climate scientist reverses thinking - climate change IS REAL! by Uncarollo2
The verdict is in: Global warming is occurring and emissions of greenhouse gases caused by human activity are the main cause. This, according to Richard A....
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August 8th 12 10:43 PM
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Most very bright stars have companions by Sam Wormley[_2_]
Most very bright stars have companions Interaction with binary partners affects the life and death of the heaviest stars. ...
August 8th 12 05:38 AM
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You could have built 60 Curiosity rovers for the cost of the ISS by RichA[_1_]
You could have paid for 187 new Shuttle missles. Or perhaps 10 ice- drilling missions to Jupiter and Saturn's moons.
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August 8th 12 02:49 AM
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Some of the most common mistakes/difficulties by oriel36[_2_]
The perspective that the Earth precesses 360 degrees to the central Sun as a component of its orbital motion thereby obviating the need for axial precession...
August 7th 12 09:21 PM
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Water found on Mars by Fred[_12_]
Here a sharp image of water on Mars http://bin.ilsemedia.nl/m/m1cyqdxwkn6c.jpg Posted Via http://www.usenet4you.net the free webnews portal.
August 7th 12 08:28 PM
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The 97 Percent by Quadibloc
Leaving the last 3% for Dec. 21, I...
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August 7th 12 01:27 PM
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