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What is the highest radio frequency used for radio astronomy? by Radium[_2_]
Hi: What is the highest radio frequency used for radio astronomy? According to the link below, it is 3438...
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September 7th 07 11:20 AM
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Timothy Golden Listens to an S D Rodrian Sonata. by [email protected]
On Sep 3, 4:42 pm, "Timothy Golden BandTechnology.com" wrote: Well, as I listen to Mr.Rodrian's piano...
September 5th 07 06:33 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Equinox Star Party by Andy G
Anyone going?? Cheers Andy Mr Andrew R Green B.Sc(Hons) FRAS.
September 4th 07 01:24 PM
by oriel36 Go to last post
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First pics... by gp.skinner
....in ages, I've not had the chance to take any astronomy related photographs in ages; and so when we bought a new digital SLR I thought it would be worth a...
September 4th 07 08:58 AM
by Andy G Go to last post
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Front Page London Times by Mike Dworetsky
Astronomy is on the front page of the Times this morning, but not the way you would prefer. As my wife said when she brought the paper in and handed it to...
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September 3rd 07 07:31 PM
by Andy Guthrie Go to last post
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artifact found with google sky by Bob Holdford
"Wouter" wrote in message ... Hi, This is what I found with google sky. Who knows...
September 3rd 07 12:28 AM
by Mike Williams Go to last post
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Scientists find elusive waves in sun's corona by [email protected]
Scientists for the first time have observed elusive oscillations in the Sun's corona, known as Alfvén waves, that transport energy outward from the surface of...
September 1st 07 09:58 AM
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Lights Out London - Effect on night sky by [email protected]
I understand that on June 22 there was a Lights Out London event in England. A U.S. city is considering a similar event. I was wondering if the London event...
August 30th 07 09:15 AM
by Chris Malme Go to last post
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MOON - VESTA, end August, 07 by Ben
Moon, Aug 22, 18h UTC coords: 17 10 s 28 08 long trmntr: w 24.35d sin cent long: -0.412 ecc ell: 0.941 dist: 246 436 mi / 396 600 km diam: 30.1' illum: 66.9%
August 25th 07 07:52 AM
by Ben Go to last post
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University of Minnesota astronomers find gaping hole in the Universe by [email protected]
Astronomers have found an enormous hole in the Universe, nearly a billion light-years across, empty of both normal matter such as stars, galaxies and gas, as...
August 25th 07 05:22 AM
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Biggest void in space is 1 billion light years across - space - 24 August 2007 - New Scientist Space by [email protected]
· 17:23 24 August 2007 · NewScientist.com news service Radio astronomers have found the biggest hole ever seen in the universe. The void, which is nearly a...
August 24th 07 08:07 PM
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Rare Meteor Shower Coming by [email protected]
For information on the once-in-a-lifetime event, the Alpha Aurigid Meteor Shower, see http://www.jupiterscientific.org/sciinfo/aurigids.html
August 24th 07 02:24 AM
by David Entwistle Go to last post
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Rare Meteor Shower Coming by [email protected]
For information on the once-in-a-lifetime event, the Alpha Aurigid Meteor Shower, see http://www.jupiterscientific.org/sciinfo/aurigids.html
August 23rd 07 06:57 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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BBC NEWS | Technology | Google Earth given celestial view by [email protected]
The constellations of Andromeda, Hydra and Vulpecula are now just a mouse click away for amateur star-gazers, following the launch of Google Sky. The tool is...
August 22nd 07 10:11 AM
by Steve Wolstenholme Go to last post
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Brain May finishes thesis after 26 year gap - yes it's on topic because it's an astronomy degree by [email protected]
LOTS of stories about it here http://news.google.co.uk/nwshp?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en&tab=wn&ncl=1118876812
August 21st 07 06:11 PM
by Graham W Go to last post
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MOON - VESTA, Aug, 07, Wk 3 by Ben
Moon, Aug 14, 18h UTC coords: 10 55 n 06 23 long trmntr: e 72.98d sin cent long: 0.956 ecc ell: 0.36 dist: 245 494 mi / 395 084 km diam: 30.2' illum: 3.4%
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August 21st 07 06:30 AM
by Ben Go to last post
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BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Rare dead star found near Earth by [email protected]
Astronomers have spotted a space oddity in Earth's neighbourhood: a dead star with some unusual characteristics. The object - known as a neutron star - was...
August 20th 07 09:23 PM
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Don't forget the Perseids by Mike Dworetsky
Most of you are probably aware of this well-known meteor shower. The 2007 display peaks Sunday night but tonight should be nearly as good. Predicted sky in...
August 20th 07 04:01 PM
by Bertie Doe Go to last post
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SN 2007gr in NGC 1058 (Perseus) by ukastronomy
This supernoa is continuing to get brighter! http://www.martin-nicholson.info/supernova/supernova.htm
August 20th 07 01:47 PM
by ukastronomy Go to last post
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Perseid meteor by Pete Lawrence[_1_]
Here's my first (and probably last!) Perseid of the season so far. A crop from the original frame showing the meteor close to Cygnus. The meteor occurred close...
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August 20th 07 08:56 AM
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