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What makes up mars by James
Does anyone know what rocks, minerals etc that make up mars? thanks
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August 27th 03 01:59 PM
by G=EMC^2 Glazier Go to last post
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Digital Setting Circles by Von Fourche
What happened to digital setting circles? I haven't gotten my scope out in a long time (like four of five years and haven't read an astronomy magazine in that...
August 27th 03 10:20 AM
by Roger Hamlett Go to last post
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NASA Awards Chandra X-Ray Observatory Follow-On Contract by Ron Baalke
Donald Savage Headquarters, Washington August 26, 2003 (Phone: 202/358-1727) Steve Roy Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala. (Phone:...
August 27th 03 08:57 AM
by Ron Baalke Go to last post
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PLEEEESE HELP ME by called2preach2002
AW common now, you had all day to respond... I need some help here, I want to enjoy looking at mars too! PLEEEEEESE called2preach2002 wrote: I own a Tasco...
August 27th 03 08:22 AM
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FS Meade Starfinder 10" Dobsonian by Douglas A. Shrader
"Larry Edington" wrote in message ... For sale: Meade Starfinder 10"...
August 27th 03 07:28 AM
by Larry Edington Go to last post
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Space Infrared Telescope Facility Lifts Off by Ron Baalke
Frank O'Donnell (818) 354-7170 Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif. Donald Savage (202) 358-1547 NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C. News Release:...
August 26th 03 11:21 PM
by Jonathan Silverlight Go to last post
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New MArs images by Fabio
Hi to all, i returned back from my holydays. During last week i had the opportunity to use a particular telescope made by my friend Afredo Zanazzo. The...
August 26th 03 10:20 PM
by John den Haan Go to last post
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Relative location of the supercluster by Pok
I'm not an astronomer, and have little more than high school learning and an inqusitive mind... Just warning you of a potential ignorance hazard ahead. :) To...
August 26th 03 04:48 AM
by Nitedrifter Go to last post
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Tele-Vue Cost - Justified? by George S. Gray
Why is the Tele-Vue Ranger so expensive? It is very close to the price of a six inch Celestron refractor. I have a Ranger (white barrel from several years...
August 26th 03 01:52 AM
by Llanzlan Klazmon The 15th Go to last post
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Celsstron vs. Meade by David Grist
Hello All, I'm fairly new to astronomy. I've decided to purchase the Celestron C6-RGT or Meade's AR-6 refractor. I'm torn between the two. I've heard Meade...
August 26th 03 12:46 AM
by Darrell Go to last post
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The "Closest-Ever Mars" Hysteria-Hype by Jan Philips
On Sun, 24 Aug 2003 12:57:50 GMT, "James Oberg" wrote: Is anybody else fed up with the "closest to Earth since...
August 25th 03 06:16 PM
by username Go to last post
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Last of NASA's Great Observatories Launched by 300th Boeing Delta Rocket by Ron Baalke
Last of NASA's Great Observatories Launched by 300th Boeing Delta Rocket Boeing Company August 25, 2003 ST. LOUIS - Boeing today successfully launched NASA's...
August 25th 03 04:22 PM
by Ron Baalke Go to last post
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The "Closest-Ever Mars" Hysteria-Hype by Steven D. Litvintchouk
rk wrote: Now, that last aerospace engineering report, I'm trying to remember, it said that either 80% or 90% of engineers would not want their kids to...
August 25th 03 03:34 PM
by John Beaderstadt Go to last post
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test by Ken Price
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August 25th 03 01:20 PM
by Ken Price Go to last post
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Moon Reflectors by Alex Kudrasev
When Apollo & Soviets got to the moon, they put reflectors there. Is there any data about experiments to do with those reflectors? Cheers! Alex Kudrasev.
August 25th 03 06:34 AM
by Llanzlan Klazmon The 15th Go to last post
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MARS! by joe barrett
Nice viewing last night on the Kern River, Ca, USA. No filter so detail was minimal. I was using a Celestron 114 EQ with a 4mm eyepiece. Still it was my first...
August 25th 03 04:33 AM
by joe barrett Go to last post
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Dirt and Haze INSIDE front corrector lens by John Doe
Hi. I have a Meade 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope that is 15 years old. I took it out for the first time in about 7 years and noticed that there is a milky...
August 24th 03 11:26 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Almost good night by Starlord
Well, I uncovered the scope about 6pm and at 7pm I set out my telescope sign out by the entry of the driveway. By 9pm mars was high enough to check it out,...
August 24th 03 09:49 PM
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Q. Aerodynamics in 0 atmosphere ? by Bob Weber
Pointy objects generally have less drag (resistance to moving) than barns when propelled thru air. Drag is proportional to the size and shape of the object,...
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August 24th 03 08:59 PM
by Mike Go to last post
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The "Closest-Ever Mars" Hysteria-Hype by James Oberg
Thanks, Michael, a number of people have shared the same impression -- it makes me much less cynical. "Michael Davis" wrote in...
August 24th 03 07:59 PM
by Ugly Bob Go to last post
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