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Douglas Arnold by [email protected]
Sadly, HJP (Douglas) Arnold died early last week after a short illness. You may know him from his appearances on the Sky At Night or his books. He was a lunar...
July 4th 06 09:51 PM
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Release of LunarPhase Pro Version 3 [Moon Observer's Toolkit] by [email protected]
Version 3 of LunarPhase Pro has just been released. Full details of the software can be found at: http://lunarphasepro.nightskyobserver.com If you already own...
July 4th 06 09:18 PM
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Absorption lines are unaffected by Doppler shift. by Jerry
Henri Wilson wrote: I take that to mean you have no evidence that IR comes from the same layer as visible. Henri, 1) How big does the Sun look in visible...
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July 4th 06 11:04 AM
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A spot on the edge... by Pete Lawrence
A shot of the Sun taken yesterday as AR 10898 rotates into...
July 4th 06 09:26 AM
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Star Distances by dave hillstrom
On Sat, 01 Jul 2006 23:26:42 GMT, Roy L. Fuchs wrote: On Sat, 01 Jul 2006 15:30:44 -0400, dave hillstrom...
July 4th 06 05:39 AM
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How many planets at Alpha Centuri? by eridanus riviera
Okay, now we've seen (or have logged) up to 10 of those things in our own system. So any guesses on how many at Alpha Centuri? Gotta be 10 at least...
July 4th 06 05:17 AM
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The Tenth Planet, which one? by Hayley
The recent announcement that a tenth planet has been found sounded similar to an anouncement of another tenth planet found about a year ago called sedena (or...
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July 4th 06 05:17 AM
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test and repost by Mark Jones Laptop
Posted this a few days ago - cannot see any replies. My other ng's can see my posts but can you? (please don't suggest I try uk.test.etc as that only shows...
July 3rd 06 10:50 PM
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johnreed take 1A - modified June 6, 2006 by johnlawrencereedjr
The Universe and the Mathematics: Why They Are So Well Matched Take 1A - Modified June 6, 2006 John Lawrence Reed, Jr. Part 1 When I was a boy, I suspected...
July 3rd 06 10:02 PM
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Celestron Skyscout by Steven Gill
Any one used one of these? Comments? http://www.celestron.com/skyscout/new/index.php
July 3rd 06 12:37 PM
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Asteroid 2004 XP14 approaches... by Paul Neave
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/5133900.stm "It is set to make its closest approach to Earth, above the west coast of North America, at 0444 GMT." So I...
July 3rd 06 08:57 AM
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Dark sky maps online??? by Laurence E
Does anyone know of a website giving UK dark sky info? Thanks in advance! Laurence "You can see a million miles tonight, but you can't get very far" Adam...
July 2nd 06 11:59 PM
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Star Distances by Roy L. Fuchs
On Sat, 01 Jul 2006 23:45:17 GMT, Bookman Gave us: Your jealousy is so pathetic. ESL! Bookman -The Official Overseer of...
July 2nd 06 08:37 PM
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Jupiter from June 30th 2006 by Pete Lawrence
Reasonably good seeing at the start of this session. Then the planet disappeared behind my shed and some neighbours trees and that...
July 2nd 06 05:51 PM
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Star Distances by Bill Owen
Hurt wrote: Such an expectation is still unrealistic. At a distance of, say, 4000 AU, a star as bright as the Sun will still appear as bright as our Moon...
July 1st 06 12:03 AM
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Sat Tracking. by John
Hi Peeps, Not sure if this has been posted before, but this is a live sat tracking site: http://www.n2yo.com/?s=28375 Regards, John.
June 29th 06 07:15 PM
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R.A and Dec question by Steven Gill
Could someone please point me to a good tutorial for working out R.A and Dec? For example I saw in a magazine article that M4 can be found at R.A 16h24m Dec...
June 29th 06 05:59 PM
by Dr John Stockton Go to last post
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Solar Sytem by PETER HUGHES
Hi, Just wondering....... There have been several references to 'the edge of the solar system' in the media over the last few weeks, where exactly is the...
June 29th 06 12:52 PM
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NASA - NASA's Hubble Reveals Two Dust Disks Around Nearby Star by [email protected]
"NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has revealed two dust disks circling the nearby star Beta Pictoris. The images confirm a decade of scientific speculation that a...
June 28th 06 09:54 PM
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meteorite Samples by Andy G
I have a few boxed sets for sale if anyone is interested Cheers Andy http://ebasic.easily.co.uk/01903E/02B013/Meteorite2.htm
June 27th 06 03:25 PM
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