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Siting of STS-119 launch by flyguy
Just saw the last few seconds of the STS-119 launch from the Albany, NY area. It's really impressive. Looks like a small diffuse orange light. It was moving...
March 16th 09 04:45 AM
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Bye Bye Iridium-33 by flyguy
There's one less Iridium to watch now. http://news.yahoo.com/s/space/20090212/sc_space/ussatellitedestroyedinspacecollision
February 12th 09 12:53 PM
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I think that Chinese people like dogs. I will appear in Jerusalem. Iam a hero. If you want to know what is "Armageddon", it is necessary to lookat the following. I am Isaac Newton. by [email protected]
"Cities of Babylon" refers to China. From January 2007 to 2008 in October on Radio Free Asia, I am forced China to become a country ruled by law, I half-way to...
January 7th 09 07:43 AM
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Beautiful Cosmic Intelligent Reflections by Dr. Tuan T. Ho[_2_]
"The vast cosmic sea gently mixed with brilliant starlights in one's reflection, while the calm skies enjoyed their morning awakening in the midst of silent...
November 11th 08 06:42 PM
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Shenzhou VII by [email protected]
Just viewed a pass of Shenzhou VII last night and it occultated Alioth as it passed through the Big Dippers handle. I could only see it with binoculars as it...
September 27th 08 05:02 PM
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ISS/Jules Verne by Daniel Minge
I managed to view both of them. Jules Verne preceding the ISS. The latter obviously much dimmer than the ISS, but still perfectly visible. All this thanks to...
September 21st 08 07:22 AM
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triple flare? by AndrewM
On Sat ~23:00 PDT from 47.74N, 122.65W I observed 3 faint satellites flare in the same spot about 1 minute apart along the same path. Due to trees to the NW...
September 20th 08 04:32 PM
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Jules Verne in a decaying orbit by [email protected]
Just saw the ATV pass a couple degrees above Jupiter. It is scheduled to enter the atmosphere on the 29th so there is still some days left to observe a...
September 19th 08 04:26 AM
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Free Astronomy Book by The Astronomer
Greetings, Fellow SkyWatchers! Are you looking for all the best of what's up in the night sky for the year 2007? Then be my guest and download my free e.book...
September 13th 08 09:46 AM
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Well, that was interesting.. by DougD
Was just out watching the space station go over, and over in the ssw was Jupiter. Not much new there, but as I was looking around with the cheapo binocs,...
September 11th 08 10:30 PM
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Shuttle STS-117 First Orbit by Flyguy
Friday June-8 9:30 PM-EDT. Just saw the Shuttle STS-117 go over on it's first full orbit after the launch this evening. It was moving much faster than usual....
September 8th 08 08:36 PM
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Iridium 64 companion? by [email protected]
Last night my wife and I unexpectedly observed an Iridium flare from my back yard, which I estimated reached a maximum magnitude of about -6. When I later...
September 1st 08 04:10 AM
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[OT] Early Ammonia Servicer by T0M
Just want to share this info I 've just read. T0M QUOTE Space Weather News for July 22, 2008 "DESCENDING SPACE JUNK: Almost exactly one year ago, on...
July 30th 08 11:32 PM
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Just Lucky by [email protected]
I frequently look up to see satellites going by. I'm just not sure that they are all satellites........ Richard Nacamuli Richard L. Nacamuli
May 24th 08 09:36 PM
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test, again by starfire
April 11th 08 05:56 PM
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test by starfire
April 11th 08 02:22 AM
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Online meds. Very Cheap. Fast Shipping. http://dhimabcglefk.perfowersinc.com/?jefkxwvrsydhimzchcmabcgl
April 3rd 08 07:23 PM
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ISS-Shuttle visibility? by Flyguy
Earth orbiting satellites like the ISS and Shuttle are normally seen in reflected sunlight above the earth's terminator (shadow) while it's night on the...
March 30th 08 03:53 PM
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ISS and Space Shuttle by Winfield
Last night I had a chance to see an evening pass of ISS/Space Shuttle. Serendipity and a 15 minute heads-up was all it took on my part. "Heavens Above" web...
March 26th 08 12:17 AM
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GM expects sales would exceed 100,000 vehicles per year by [email protected]
The world's largest automaker by sales was to announce the hybrid system Tuesday at the Geneva International Motor Show, saying the new battery will deliver...
March 6th 08 07:54 PM
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