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where to get obeservation data? by Llanzlan Klazmon The 15th
takashi wrote in : Hi, I have started to learn some numerical math software. I am...
July 29th 03 05:39 AM
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Force of Gravity,and the Planets. by G=EMC^2 Glazier
Hi Greg Egg on my face as usual. Thanks for good thinking on your part,and bad thinking on my part. Tell me how I could leave out carbon,and when even...
July 29th 03 03:11 AM
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Mars Moves in for Some Quality Visual Time by Ron Baalke
http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/solar_system/features/mars-opposition.cfm Mars Moves in for Some Quality Visual Time Lisa Townsend Jet Propulsion Laboratory,...
July 29th 03 01:19 AM
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Big Bertha Thing blogs by Tony Lance
Big Bertha Thing gamma Cosmic Ray Series Possible Real World System Constructs http://web.onetel.com/~tonylance/gamma.html Access page JPG 81K...
July 29th 03 12:05 AM
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The Big Space Station by G=EMC^2 Glazier
It must have been fun to build,and it is going round and round,doing all those weight less experiments,but the public has lost interest in it. It not in the...
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July 28th 03 09:52 PM
by Bill Duncan Go to last post
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Picture of Earth from Mars by Jornada
Hi, I came across a pic of Earth taken from a Mars Orbiter some months back and was intrigue by the image. With Mars and Earth now getting very close, does...
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July 28th 03 05:54 PM
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Mars Global Surveyor Images - July 17-23, 2003 by Ron Baalke
MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR IMAGES July 17-23, 2003 The following new images taken by the Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) on the Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft are now...
July 28th 03 07:39 AM
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EARN$£$600\week downloading free software by [email protected]
http://131695.PlugUsIn4Cash.com We know it sounds TOO good to BE true, but itís REAL! Our International Technology firm will pay you hard cash each time FREE...
July 28th 03 03:09 AM
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Motion of Planets by Alex Kudrasev
I believe planets all rotate (orbit the sun) antoclockwise viewed from above (above the earth's north pole) It looks to me that earth also revolves anti...
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July 27th 03 05:29 PM
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Nebular then and Now by G=EMC^2 Glazier
Has to be a good theory that 13 billion years ago the first stars were just about supernova. The greater density of the nebular would account for that. These...
July 27th 03 02:37 PM
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Min's Planetary-Awareness Technique - Chapter 6 Part 3 by DipshitMin
In article Min Ph.D. wrote: -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- ...
July 26th 03 11:44 PM
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In opinion, Helios Evostar 102-1 by Kekke
Hi all, im buying my self a scope for all-around not so serious skygazing. If somebody has experience about Helios Evostar 102-1 downs? or ups?, i'd shure...
July 26th 03 11:43 PM
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Central to Our Local Cluster (was - A Detailed Map of DarkMatt... by Bill Sheppard
Painius asks, And is it possible that the dark matter that is central to clusters is something not as yet postulated? Something unseen and invisible, yet...
July 26th 03 05:12 PM
by Bill Sheppard Go to last post
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Filter Help!!!! by Jon Yardley
Hi, Could anyone help? I need to know infomomation about different telescope filters that are used for deep sky and planetary observations I need to get hold...
July 26th 03 05:01 PM
by Jon Yardley Go to last post
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Do you wants CHIPS with that. by Dave Barlow
When people think of space they often think it is a vacuum, devoid of any material. Nothing could be farther from the truth. In between the stars is a large...
July 26th 03 04:33 PM
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Asteroid impacts (was August 27, 2003 - Mars) by Steve Willner
In article , (Paul Schlyter) writes: In addition, there are much greater dangers to our lives: the risk of ...
July 26th 03 03:38 PM
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OT - Where can I find an owner's maual for an old Sears telescope? by Mike Bandy
On 24 Jul 2003 04:45:21 GMT, elliott dozier wrote: Subject: Where can I find an owner's maual for an old Sears telescope? sorry...
July 26th 03 01:46 PM
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Seti at Home by Rick
"Jim Fisher" wrote in message ... Okay, I've had the screen saver on for years...
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July 25th 03 05:11 PM
by Terry Groff Go to last post
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Light - gains or doesn't gain speed from source by Alex Kudrasev
There seems to be some conjecture whether we see light gaining a direction component from a moving star. Is that correct? Surely, if it does, we will see a...
July 25th 03 12:44 PM
by Greg Neill Go to last post
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Help with Finger Lakes IMG1024S camera under Linux by Matthew McCleary
Greetings: I am attempting to get a camera built by Finger Lakes Instruments (www.fli-cam.com) working under Linux. The camera model is IMG1024S, and I am...
July 25th 03 07:21 AM
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