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Arctic and Antarctic sea ice by Gerald Kelleher
https://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/charctic-interactive-sea-ice-graph/ The polar day/night cycle acts much like the daily cycle insofar as the warmest and...
July 11th 18 03:56 PM
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Venus and Regulus by Gerald Kelleher
July 9th 18 11:38 PM
by Gerald Kelleher Go to last post
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Oh no, not again by Quadibloc
A former NASA scientists claims UFOs really are alien spacecraft, and the government has been covering it...
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July 8th 18 09:16 AM
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Phi proportion in animate/inanimate nature by Gerald Kelleher
Sometimes the variations of kite/darts and rhombs hint at an underlying geometry...
July 5th 18 07:58 PM
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Earth's magnetic field by Gerald Kelleher
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth%27s_magnetic_field#/media/File:Magnetic_North_Pole_Positions_2015.svg https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomag/GeomagneticPoles.sht...
July 5th 18 09:38 AM
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Horrible heat, great observing by RichA[_6_]
I caught flashes of the rille in the Alpine Valley in a lowly little 90mm ETX at 250x. Supreme steadiness. So frying in the daytime paid-off. Too bad about...
July 4th 18 04:27 PM
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James Webb telescope. Technology hurdles too much? Delayed anotheryear to 2021. by RichA[_6_]
Costs could kill it too. Remember the SSC in Texas? Would have been producing far more power than the European LHC YEARS before. But they killed it part-way...
July 3rd 18 07:51 AM
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Saturn seasons by Gerald Kelleher
In a little over a week, the South Pole will arrive at its maximum distance from the circle of illumination thereby will be at the center of the 33,312 mile...
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July 3rd 18 07:31 AM
by Gerald Kelleher Go to last post
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How is space like an auto-garage or cheap foreign restaurant? by RichA[_6_]
July 3rd 18 07:18 AM
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Now Everyone Can be Happy by Quadibloc
At least if this technology is what it's claimed to...
July 2nd 18 05:57 PM
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A geometry to delight in by Gerald Kelleher
432° / / / / ...
June 27th 18 08:19 AM
by Gerald Kelleher Go to last post
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Climate spectrum by Gerald Kelleher
Tomorrow it is Polar noon and midnight at the respective North and South poles when those latitudinal points are exactly halfway to the circle of illumination...
June 24th 18 08:10 AM
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The June Solstice by Gerald Kelleher
It wasn't possible to create a necessary adjustment to seasonal cause through the usual channels as the components are so diverse technically and each point so...
June 23rd 18 01:28 PM
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Flat Earther and AGW Denier to head nasa into obscurity. by Chris.B[_3_]
Pavlov republicans vote for trumpet's nomination. Any plans to return to kindergarten for basic science lessons and management classes described as "fake...
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June 22nd 18 12:47 PM
by Gary Harnagel Go to last post
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We Don't Depend on Climate Models Alone by Quadibloc
....to see the possible effects of higher carbon dioxide...
June 22nd 18 07:13 AM
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Lunar Warming? by Quadibloc
As if we didn't have enough to worry about: https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/971507/Moon-landing-NASA-tapes-Apollo-space-mission However, how can the...
June 16th 18 05:41 AM
by RichA[_6_] Go to last post
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The proportion of 1461 rotations to 4 orbital circuits by Gerald Kelleher
Formatted as 365 rotations to 1 orbital circuit for three years and 366 rotations for one year, this represents the great achievement of predictive astronomy...
June 13th 18 09:12 AM
by Gerald Kelleher Go to last post
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New Meade telescopes. LX65. Dual tube mounts by RichA[_6_]
Inexpensive I'd guess. https://www.meade.com/lx65-telescopes.html?cat=5
June 11th 18 02:06 PM
by Quadibloc Go to last post
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Amateur Astronomy: Observatory Rehab by Davoud[_1_]
I have donated my Takahashi TOA-150, my Astro-Physics 1200GTO CP4, and my SBIG STL1100M camera http://www.primordial-light.com/observatory.html#twoscopes to...
June 9th 18 06:06 AM
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Radio Meteor Obs. Bull. May 2018 by Chris Steyaert
Radio Meteor Observation Bulletin No. 298 of May 2018 (48 K) is available now as http://www.rmob.org/rmobtext/rmob1805.txt More information and the visual...
June 8th 18 07:36 PM
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