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, "msbhavens1" <msbhavens1@y...>
> Well 7 december has had mroe than one traumatic event occur upon
> =) MissB
X-ray Nova Scorpii 1994 (and the other objects mentioned) were
further back in 1941 than they are now (almost a full degree, since
that was 64 years ago).
Mark A. Holmes
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Morgana"
> > Mark don't go to all the trouble of scanning in the Erlewine's
> > Directions. As far as Alex Miller-Mignone's Black Hole book, I
> > wouldn't need the astronomical designations, only the sign and
> > sidereal or tropical wouldn't matter. It seems like a good
> > possess.
> > It really could have been the galactic centre itself pertaining
> > chart, being triggered on Dec 7th, but I have a feeling it was
> > one, hence my interest in going right through them all. It
> > great if Diana has a handy list, simple, even better.
> > Thanks,
> > Morgana
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> > Subject: [thefixedstars] Re: 1988 article on black holes by Diana
> > If you'll give me the degree you mean, I may know it.
> > I don't have a list of black holes here with me; I do have
> > Margaret Erlewine's *Astrophysical Directions* open to the
> > entitled "X-Rays, Black Holes" (pp. 84-93). If I scanned it and
> > e-mailed it, though, there would be this inundation of data,
> > which I'm not sure about (like the columns headed lI and bII).
> > Alex Miller-Mignone's *The Black Hole Book*, which I also have,
> > list of black holes he's named (I don't know what their
> > designations are) with positions. Sign and degree only.
> > Diana, do you have a list of black holes you can give us?
> > Mark A. Holmes