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Re: AlaskanAstronomy My closeup shot was nowhere near that good, but I did take a neat wide shot that includes the Moon, mars, and some power lines. =)
theropodex
2:20 PM
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more eclipses Alaska looks like a great place to be in October for an ideally located full lunar eclipse, and a partial solar eclipse soon after:
Mike C
10:52 AM
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Re: Lunar Eclipse Image Great result , Steve. Unfortunately I have been covered up in bed for days with chills and fever or I'd have gone after it too. Mike Clemens
Mike C
Apr 15
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Lunar Eclipse Image Here is a near totality image taken as the moon was departing Earth's shadow. http://www.pbase.com/smen/image/155247664
sandjmen
Apr 15
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Re: ADT for Blood Moon Eclipse 4/14-15/2014 Thanks Jane, I'm hoping for the best here regarding clouds. ... From: Jane Gnass To: Alaskan Astronomy Group
Brett and Tammy Woern
Apr 13
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Re: ADT for Blood Moon Eclipse 4/14-15/2014 Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time (April 14, 2014) Partial umbral eclipse begins: 7:58 p.m. HAST on April 14 Total eclipse begins: 9:07 p.m. HAST on April 14
Jane Gnass
Apr 12
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ADT for Blood Moon Eclipse 4/14-15/2014 April 14 has a partly cloudy forecast for Anchorage. Houston AK is forecast clear. Palmer, Wasilla, Cantwell, Seward, Kenai, Homer are all forecast partly
Jane Gnass
Apr 12
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Re: We have lost one of our beloved members. Thanks for sharing this Chris, I hadn't heard. I always enjoyed discussions with Bob, he was an interesting guy. RIP Bob, you will be missed. To:
Thomas Tyler
Apr 1
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We have lost one of our beloved members. I will miss Bob Matthews a lot. http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/adn/obituary.aspx?n=robert-matthews&pid=170
Christopher Erickson
Apr 1
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Re: Blowing Bubbles Very nice! Ironically, my Hawaiian skies have been rotten for three months and I have not been able to get a single good image of anything. Christopher
Christopher Erickson
Mar 31
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Blowing Bubbles Taking advantage of the continued clear skies. 8 X 15min exposures of the Bubble Nebula. Taken from Anchorage with 16" RC scope.
sandjmen
Mar 31
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Re: killer seeing Are you going back out tonight... If so would you be interested in some company? I have my LX200 packed and ready to go.. Just really big amateur at this Sent
wcin2001
Mar 28
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killer seeing Last night had primo astrophotography conditions out past Wasilla. Tonight and tomorrow might be just like it, only darker for longer... Here is NGC3953 from
Mike C
Mar 27
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Re: Cool story about a stolen satellite, comets and returning the sa Thanks Chris. Cool story. ... From: Christopher Erickson To: HawaiianAstronomy ;
Brett and Tammy Woern
Mar 21
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Cool story about a stolen satellite, comets and returning the satell http://www.npr.org/2014/03/18/289628696/space-thief-or-hero-one-mans-quest-t o-reawaken-an-old-friend Christopher Erickson Consulting Engineer Summit Kinetics
Christopher Erickson
Mar 21
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1st photo of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, 3/23/2014, 12:00 am Reminder from: AlaskanAstronomy Yahoo Group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AlaskanAstronomy/cal 1st photo of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 Sunday March 23, 2014 12:00
AlaskanAstronomy@yahoogroups.com
Mar 13
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Re: Worst Amateur Astronomer You want to see them or photograph them? Mike
Mike C
Mar 8
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Re: Worst Amateur Astronomer Galaxies are pretty faint and don't have sharp detail so they will always be pretty-hard to spot. Maybe focus on Andromeda for your first galaxy. It is the
    Christopher Erickson
    Mar 8
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    Worst Amateur Astronomer I love all of your shared photo's from the beautiful night skies This is my second year of looking for galaxies and can't see them.... Maybe next winter (seems
    wcin2001
    Mar 8
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    Re: january results Thanks all : ) We've had a few more clear nights this week but the seeing has only been ~70% as good maybe. We need one at least one good week like January
    Mike C
    Feb 27
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    Re: january results Mike C, Absolutely beautiful photos. -Jane G ... -- (*call or text cell if time sensitive* -- emails checked once every day or so)
    Jane Gnass
    Feb 26
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    Re: january results "Oh, say! Can you see, before dawn's early light..." ... From: Steven Menaker To: AlaskanAstronomy Sent:
    Brett and Tammy Woern
    Feb 25
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    Re: january results In a tremendous upset for Russia, Mike Clemmons of Wasilla took the gold, silver, and bronze in the galaxy competition. We can all be proud!!!
    Steven Menaker
    Feb 24
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    january results Here are reduced scale pics of 90% of my results from those 4 gorgeous days in late January: http://www.scopenews.com/photos/ I am thinking about ditching
    Mike C
    Feb 23
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    Re: Backup Google group created for AlaskanAstronomy Looks like it might be a clear moonless night this Friday night. Is there an Alaskan Astronomy Meeting scheduled for the ERNC? To:
    Thomas Tyler
    Feb 19
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    Asteroid near miss As reported on MSN News: http://news.msn.com/science-technology/monday-night-viewing-close-encounter-with-an-asteroid
    wcin2001
    Feb 17
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    Valentines Day!, 2/14/2014, 12:00 am Reminder from: AlaskanAstronomy Yahoo Group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AlaskanAstronomy/cal Valentines Day! Friday February 14, 2014 12:00 am - 12:00 am
    AlaskanAstronomy@yahoogroups.com
    Feb 13
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    Backup Google group created for AlaskanAstronomy Because of the rumors that Yahoo is going to axe Yahoo Groups, I have created a backup Google Group. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/alaskan-astronomy
    Christopher Erickson
    Feb 12
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    Valentines Day!, 2/14/2014, 12:00 am Reminder from: AlaskanAstronomy Yahoo Group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AlaskanAstronomy/cal Valentines Day! Friday February 14, 2014 12:00 am - 12:00 am
    AlaskanAstronomy@yahoogroups.com
    Feb 11
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    Re: Asteroid clobbers Mars This crater is about 100 feet across and ejected material just over 9 miles away. Image is filter to remove the red "dust" giving the blue color indicating
    mochool
    Feb 7
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