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The subculture that obscured genuine astronomy by Gerald Kelleher
The illusory loops (direct/retrograde motion) of the slower moving planets seen from Earth are distinguished from the actual loops (also direct/retrograde...
Today 08:16 AM
by Gerald Kelleher Go to last post
1 10 Amateur Astronomy
Celestron NexStar 130SLT any good? by StarDust
https://www.firstlightoptics.com/user/products/SLT130.jpg Shaky, wobbly etc...
Today 08:11 AM
by StarDust Go to last post
0 4 Amateur Astronomy
Neil DeGrasse Tyson headed down same loony road as Carl Sagan? by RichA[_6_]
Towards the end, Sagan, formerly a productive astrophysicist from Cornell and publicizer of astronomy became a bit of a pariah, wandering around, screeching at...
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Today 08:09 AM
by Paul Schlyter[_3_] Go to last post
311 570 Amateur Astronomy
Soyuz Rocket Launch Failure Forces Emergency Landing of Soyuz! by Jeff Findley[_6_]
Soyuz Rocket Launch Failure Forces Emergency Landing for US-Russian Space Station Crew By Meghan Bartels, Space.com Senior Writer | October 11, 2018 05:11am...
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Today 07:46 AM
by William Elliot[_4_] Go to last post
22 60 Policy
There’s a new report on SLS rocket management, and it’s pretty brutal by [email protected]
"Boeing has been building the core stage of NASA's Space Launch System rocket for the better part of this decade, and the process has not always gone...
Today 05:15 AM
by David Spain Go to last post
7 38 Policy
C14 seems to be the "go-to" telescope for cutting-edge planetary andmoon imaging by RichA[_6_]
Lots of people seem to use them for this. I wonder if it's because for its aperture, it's portable allowing them (the owners) to seek-out better seeing...
Today 01:35 AM
by RichA[_6_] Go to last post
4 30 Amateur Astronomy
Anaheim is all WET by Herbert Glazier
24 hour light rain.The sun blocked by heavy clouds WOW.Will there be land slides if we get an inch of rain? Is this rain from that hurricane,or the last Indian...
Yesterday 10:43 PM
by Double-A[_4_] Go to last post
5 23 Misc
It's Autumn in the Northwest ... by Double-A[_4_]
Partly cloudy here in Gresham and a nice autumnal 65F as of 2:30. Wind NW at 6 mph. Humidity 45%. Library still too hot! Double-A
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Yesterday 10:39 PM
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37 125 Misc
Is Jupiter a Ball of Gas? by Mark Earnest[_2_]
Or is it a rocky frozen planet with a thick turbulent atmosphere? No one knows.
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Yesterday 10:28 PM
by Arc Michael Go to last post
31 87 Misc
Mathematical facets by Gerald Kelleher
Es tut mir sehr leid aber I can nicht den text in Englisch finden...
Yesterday 05:36 PM
by Gerald Kelleher Go to last post
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