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NASA Wants You to be a Solar System Ambassador by Ron Baalke
September 12th 03 01:32 AM
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CCD by Michael
I have a Nexstar 8i that I have been using and really like. I know the issues about using a half for but with the traveling that I do wieght is an issue. Has...
September 12th 03 12:19 AM
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Hurricane Isabelle Is Inconvenient For You by Admin
In article The morphing coward and asshole min, now posting as Weatherman ...
September 11th 03 11:49 PM
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Black Hole Strikes Deepest Musical Note Ever Heard by HellPopeHuey
I knew there was a good reason for my becoming UNconstipated so suddenly. http://tinyurl.com/mvnu excerpt By Robert Roy Britt Senior Science Writer,...
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September 11th 03 10:17 PM
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Laser Light On Mars by G=EMC^2 Glazier
Well we left a mirror on the moon,and it reflects a blue light back to Earth(are best proof we were there) Why not have a rover with a laser pulsing an...
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September 11th 03 07:47 PM
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Help - Using a Minolta camera with my telescope by RadioFreq
I have a Minolta 400SI and the T-adapter with ring for use with my Meade LX-90 Telescope. I have tried to photograph Mars, but the camera Shutter Release...
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September 11th 03 05:35 PM
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Spacecraft Trio Peeks At Secret Recipe For Stormy Solar Weather by Eric Crew
In article , Ron Baalke writes Lindsay Renick Mayer June 18,...
September 11th 03 05:31 PM
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Binocular Purchase FAQ (for Astronomy) ? by Genghis Kahn
Greetings, Anyone aware of a good FAQ for the purchase of binoculars for astronomical viewing? Thank you, Genghis
September 11th 03 12:26 PM
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Evostar refractors. Any opinions?? by YADLOSZ
Dear All, Have been looking at the Evostar refractor range supplied by OVL. Has anyone got/used one of these models? If so could you tell me the quality...
September 10th 03 08:33 PM
by Malcolm Go to last post
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Which 6" Dobsonian? by Firp88
Which of these 6" f/8 Dobs is likely to be the better scope? Orion Sky Quest ($329) Hardin Deep Space Hunter ($249) Pacific Telescope Sky-Watcher ...
September 10th 03 06:08 PM
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Mars still "worth" viewing? by Gaikokujin Kyofusho
Hi, I am a bit of a (understated) astronomy newbie and was wondering if Mars was still worth viewing (in MA here). I know the best time was almost 2 weeks ago...
September 10th 03 05:43 PM
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Solar Wind Make Waves; Killer Electrons Go Surfing by Ron Baalke
http://www.gsfc.nasa.gov/topstory/2003/0904magwaves.html SOLAR WIND MAKES WAVES; KILLER ELECTRONS GO SURFING? Goodard Space Flight Center September 9,...
September 10th 03 05:37 PM
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NASA Releases Near-Earth Object Search Report by Ron Baalke
http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/neo/report.html NASA Releases Near-Earth Object Search Report NASA has released a technical report on potential future search efforts...
September 10th 03 04:39 PM
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Mars Global Surveyor Images - September 4-10, 2003 by Ron Baalke
MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR IMAGES September 4-10, 2003 The following new images taken by the Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) on the Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft are...
September 10th 03 04:10 PM
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Semimajor axis of orbit by scratch azazel
The orbit of a spacecraft about the sun has a perihelion distance of 0.1 AU and an aphelion distance of 0.4 AU. I believe the semimajor axis of orbit is 0.4 -...
September 10th 03 04:02 PM
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New Findings Could Dash Hopes for Past Oceans on Mars by Steve Willner
In article , Eric Crew writes: Only a minority of planetary nebulae are like small rings or...
September 10th 03 01:25 PM
by William C. Keel Go to last post
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Telescope resolution - What is limiting factor? by John Honan
Newbie question. What is the main limitation of telescopes that causes the image to lose contrast/sharpness as the magnification is increased? Is it mainly due...
September 10th 03 12:53 PM
by Ray Go to last post
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Cosmological ?s by Mike
True north will make its closest approach to Polaris at the end of the 21c. Does anyone know the exact year? And will it later head back towards Thuban in...
September 10th 03 08:40 AM
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Celestron C8 and collimation by Jon Hunter
Hello, I've been lurking for a bit now, nice to see such a variety of people here! I had a small question. My Dad gave me his Celestron C8 that he...
September 10th 03 05:34 AM
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New Findings Could Dash Hopes for Past Oceans on Mars by Steve Willner
In article , (John Curtis) writes: My reference claims that the largest...
September 9th 03 11:49 PM
by Steve Willner Go to last post
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