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Some reflections on Mars and new Skyview telescope. by Livingston
Well, first off, Orion is having some serious inventory problems so I ended up purchasing their 8" Skyview, a newtonian on an EQ mount. If you want to buy a...
August 24th 03 07:21 AM
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Help: Ghosting and flaring, It's my eyes, not the scope. by Scutter
Please bear with the long-winded explanation here, but I think it is necessary to explain my situation. I am looking for a solution to a problem I have with...
August 24th 03 06:22 AM
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QUESTION: Telestar by Meade DS-60EC and viewing Mars by .\\P3_KiT$TR
First timer here so go easy please! Brand new at this. Just bought a Telestar DS-60EC and everything is there and the motor works, etc. I aimed the scope...
August 24th 03 04:42 AM
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SIRTF Launch On Schedule For August 25 by Ron Baalke
For Release: Aug. 23, 2003 George H. Diller Kennedy Space Center 321-867-2468 KSC Release No.: 75-03 SIRTF LAUNCH ABOARD DELTA ROCKET ON SCHEDULE FOR AUG. 25
August 24th 03 03:35 AM
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New Scope Opinion Wanted by Don93
Hi All, Considering a new telescope and wanted some additional input. I've narrowed it down to a Celestron GPS. For the same price I could get a NexStar 91/4...
August 24th 03 01:24 AM
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MARS is to Blame! by Starlord
I've lived out here in the High Mojave Desert for just over 5 years now, and every summer I've had good skys and good viewing even while set up at the...
August 23rd 03 07:45 PM
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One more T'scope question by jojo
Hi, I have a very small living space and a newly walking baby. I broke down my T'scope and am storing it in the closet. This equates to never getting to use...
August 23rd 03 07:18 PM
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PERL by Moyou
I'm searching for the website of PERL. If someone can help me please.
August 23rd 03 06:16 PM
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Universes and Galaxies Sameness ??? by G=EMC^2 Glazier
Well those that read my posts know I am always looking for "sameness" Well both are formed by gravity. Both came to be(their birth) from Heisenberg's...
August 23rd 03 01:10 PM
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Q. Take an open container of water up high enough and it will boil away. . . by Jim
Hi. I understand if an open container of water is taken up to altitude high enough, that it will boil away. I take that to indicate when water is brought to...
August 23rd 03 12:13 PM
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Novice Astronomy clubs in Houston, Texas? by swbell
Can someone give me details on good Novice Astronomy clubs in Houston, Texas? Thanks in advance.
August 23rd 03 11:37 AM
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Galaxies by Mason Verger
Do we know anything about the formation of galaxies?
August 23rd 03 08:28 AM
by Painius Go to last post
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Need recent data for red shift vs. distance for stars by Babak Sehari
Hello, I am looking for the recent & reliable red shift vs. star distance data for as many stars as possible. If you know a good source, please point me...
August 23rd 03 02:02 AM
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Mars Odyssey THEMIS Images - August 18-21, 2003 by Ron Baalke
MARS ODYSSEY THEMIS IMAGES August 18-21, 2003 o Koga Crater (Released 18 August 2003) http://themis.la.asu.edu/zoom-20030818a.html o Eroded Surfaces...
August 22nd 03 11:45 PM
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M50 to J2000 reference frame conversion by Anoop Aryal
hi folks, how/where can i learn about M50 to J2000 reference frame conversion? i've recently picked up an interest in tracking satellites. read a couple of...
August 22nd 03 09:35 PM
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Height of mountains on Earth vs Mars. by Bill Duncan
I remember seeing a program several years ago that tried to explain why mountains on Mars(Olympus Mons)are higher than anything on Earth.The main reason is...
August 22nd 03 09:20 PM
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Q. I want to see man-made equipment left behind on the moon. by Bill Nunnelee
No earthbased telescope is able to resolve the Apollo artifacts, not even the Hubble Space Telescope. "Jim Jones" wrote in...
August 22nd 03 09:01 PM
by eyelessgame Go to last post
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6'' Maksutov - a 'planetscope'..? by David Knisely
Hi there. You posted: Im about to buy a 6'' Maksutov (1900mm), but my scopedealer claims, that its more a 'planetscope', than a 'deepsky-scope'. As far...
August 22nd 03 07:54 PM
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Newbie watching Mars with Nikon Action 7x50 Binoculars (#7201) by Josh Gregorio
I don't think a telescope is too complex for a newbie (I am one too). I have been able to see Jupiter and some of its moons, Saturn, Mars, and a few star...
August 22nd 03 06:50 PM
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Q. Do all man-made satellites orbit the Earth west to East ? by Jim Jones
Hi, Do all man made satellites that we've sent up to orbit the earth orbit in the same direction as the earth's rotation? As I understand from earlier posts,...
August 22nd 03 06:46 PM
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