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Jupiter is really close to the Moon tonight... by RichA
Moreso WAY down south, but still impressive in the North. -Rich
February 1st 05 11:10 PM
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Backyard Image of Saturn by RS
I finally got a fairly decent image a Saturn. Equipment: Lx90 AVA PlanetCam UV/IR block filter 682 frames Image located...
February 1st 05 09:13 PM
by Martin R. Howell Go to last post
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High Dec Bright Variables by Zinc Potterman
Can anyone tell me if there is a planetarium program on the net that could find all the variable stars of declination 70degrees N and brighter than mag...
February 1st 05 08:42 PM
by Robert Sheaffer Go to last post
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Trifid in IR by [email protected]
NASA released comparative visible light and IR imagery from the orbiting Spitzer telescope -- 30 embryo stars and more newborn stars discovered. Summary,...
February 1st 05 08:09 PM
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Astrophotography: Building Confidence by Davoud
I have just posted my first through-a-telescope deep-sky astrophotos to my web site. Excerpts from my caption: "These two regions‹The Orion Nebula (M42) and...
February 1st 05 05:13 PM
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(",) Good News for Google Groups, Usenet and Other Users by [email protected]
Good News! Do you know how simple it is to go to Heaven after this life has ended? Some people believe that belonging to a local church, temple, mosque or...
February 1st 05 03:07 PM
by Harry F. Leopold Go to last post
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How do you make your Observing Lists? by Mark Smith
I'm just curious here. I'm still very new to this and am having no trouble at all finding things to look at. So far, I've been getting my observing lists from...
February 1st 05 02:40 PM
by Marty Go to last post
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NEW by [email protected]
February 1st 05 01:54 AM
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Portable Observatory by Too_Many_Tools
I have been looking for examples of portable observatories for ideas to build one of my own. Here is one that I came...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
February 1st 05 01:06 AM
by Too_Many_Tools Go to last post
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Problems with posts appearing by Martin R. Howell
For the past two days now, very few posts are coming through. I am using news.individual.net as a nnpt, 40tude dialog as a newsreader, and firefox as a...
February 1st 05 12:20 AM
by Bert Hyman Go to last post
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CDC Assistance by Phil Hawkins
Morning All I have just installed CDC on my computer and was getting 'acquainted' with it for a few days when we had a power failure. Before the failure I was...
January 31st 05 11:41 PM
by OG Go to last post
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I Will Become a TV Evangelist (Was: "Sam Wormley is Wrong...") by Davoud
I wrote, inter alia: How wrong can you be? The Administration doesn't need "science advice;" everything it needs to know is in the Holy Bible. The...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
January 31st 05 09:57 PM
by Davoud Go to last post
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amateur color pic - methane in Titan's atmosphere ? by Maurice Gavin
Titan's a topical subject and just been playing with my spectrogram taken Jan 23 via the 30cm SCT+grating+ Canon 300D posted...
January 31st 05 08:31 PM
by Maurice Gavin Go to last post
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It's a good question by Iceman-Jamie
Last night at work my friend and I got into a disscusion over space travel, comets and quantum physics when the question popped up, Has anyone had sexual...
January 31st 05 08:13 PM
by Iceman-Jamie Go to last post
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SCT Collimation by Rank Amateur
How well do Celestron SCT's hold collimation typically? Do they require frequent re-collimating, if transported and used gently, or is collimation...
January 31st 05 08:08 PM
by Gil Go to last post
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Speed of Quantum information flow by barney
Just wondering, in Quantum computing, how fast does information travel between entangled particles? I would imagine it's 'c' but I can't currently see why (if...
January 31st 05 07:10 PM
by Tim Killian Go to last post
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Observing report, TV76, 1/27/05 by Florian
Date: Thursday evening, 27-Jan-2005 Location: Backyard, Palm Springs, California Equipment: Tele Vue 76 (3" f/6.3) refractor Short backyard observing...
January 31st 05 07:10 PM
by Larry Stedman Go to last post
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How do we keep Hubble up there? by Impact9
Since our taxes are funding NASA I think we should have the right to decide if Hubble is going to be brought down or not. To me Hubble has been the greatest...
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January 31st 05 06:19 PM
by Eric Chomko Go to last post
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127mm Mak-Cas or Orion 80ED? by Gaz
hi all, I'm looking for a small scope to use on the moon and planets, assuming cool down isn't a problem, has the refractor got anything to offer over the...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
January 31st 05 06:12 PM
by Szaki Go to last post
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10inch F5.5 dob by starlord
No it's not mine, BUT I in a way did help with it's building. The guy lives back east and when ever he asked be about doing something or how something would...
January 31st 05 03:44 PM
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