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  • Joe I admit I have not tried the energy drinks, but suspect they would be a variant of the same with a good dose of sugar and caffeine. Lately (may be a sign of age), I have been resorting to hot soup and also carb snacks. These help me avoid the jitters, and the refueling seems to help keep up energy. I also routinely take a walk around the field every hour or so, which gets the...
    Charlie Warren Feb 14, 2009
  • Brenda I checked my files, and I do have a second one. I will try and work that into issue #57 Charlie _http://www.amateurastronomy.com_ (http://www.amateurastronomy.com) In a message dated 9/10/2007 8:43:59 A.M. Central Daylight Time, stargazr@^$1 writes: WOW, Guys! I haven't heard so much support for a long time. I really appreciate it all. If I can get my head wrapped around it...
    Astrofx@aol.com Sep 10, 2007
  • Brenda I am just catching up on this sad situation. I am very sorry about the turn of events. It is always frustrating to say the least when our passions are thwarted by the mindlessness of others. I also encourage you to work on the book. The article we published has received some very nice feedback. Regarding publishing: You can self publish for a lot less than $7,000. I can...
    Astrofx@aol.com Sep 9, 2007
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  • Great (and practical) advice Ed Charlie In a message dated 9/9/2007 9:33:57 A.M. Central Daylight Time, eflaspo@^$1 writes: What you are talking about is called a vanity press. Stay away from them. There are ways to self publish that cost nothing but the cost of each book as it is printed. That is called Print On Demand, also commonly known as POD. I use a website called Lulu...
    Astrofx@aol.com Sep 9, 2007
  • Paul I still have it. Tom got very far ahead on articles as he forged towards the finish line. We got so far behind on it, maybe we can run it just before next year's, as a primer. I need to check my star party calendar. When is it scheduled this year? Charlie http://www.amateurastronomy.com In a message dated 1/26/2007 8:01:06 PM Eastern Standard Time, fvas@^$1 writes: Speaking of...
    Astrofx@aol.com Jan 27, 2007
  • Paul I still have it. Tom got very far ahead on articles as he forged towards the finish line. We got so far behind on it, maybe we can run it just before next year's, as a primer. I need to check my star party calendar. When is it scheduled this year? Charlie http://www.amateurastronomy.com In a message dated 1/26/2007 8:01:06 PM Eastern Standard Time, fvas@^$1 writes: Speaking of...
    Astrofx@aol.com Jan 27, 2007
  • You heard correctly. I have been working with Tom on the last few issues. I am working on the new website now, and will take over fully with issue #55, so 1 more issue with Tom (Spring) and Summer is all me. Best regards, Charlie Editor in waiting Amateur Astronomy Magazine http://www.amateurastronomy.com In a message dated 1/24/2007 9:22:05 PM Eastern Standard Time, sara60@^$1...
    Astrofx@aol.com Jan 26, 2007
  • ...like I will have to add another one to the collection. Thanks for the heads up. Charlie http://www.amateurastronomy.com http://www.astrofx.com In a message dated 1/15/2007 8:24:55 PM Eastern Standard Time, sara60@^$1 writes: I purchased this light for $5.98 at my local...
    Astrofx@aol.com Jan 20, 2007
  • ...charts for locating them. As usual some information on the objects and image/scope are also locaed on the page. IC 2118 http://www.astrofx.com/H9/IC2118/ic2118.htm IC 1805 http://www.astrofx.com/H16/IC1805H16/ic1805h16.htm The shuttle launch the other night was quite...
    Charlie Warren Dec 11, 2006
  • ...have been meaning to re-do for a while. My last effort was from 2 years ago, and it was lacking. Both are on this page. http://www.astrofx.com/H16/B33H16/b33h16.htm And here is M45. It is hard to resist this lovely star cluster/reflection nebulae. http://www.astrofx...
    Charlie Warren Dec 4, 2006