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Re: [Southern_Nights] FWD: CFAS Alert Asteroid Info

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  • Wayne Wooten
    Developed a exercise for the EAAA and passed it out last Friday. Thought some of you might like to try it for the 17-18 pass. It is attached in word format.
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 29, 2002
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      Developed a exercise for the EAAA and passed it out last Friday. Thought some of you might like to try it for the 17-18 pass. It is attached in word format. Looks like it will be a binocular object moving close to Vega at about 9th magnitude on Sunday evening, August 18th.

      >>> nightsight1@... 07/24/02 06:42PM >>>
      Get more info on the new close asteroid event at this Sky &
      Telescope web site:

      http://skyandtelescope.com/news/current/article_670_1.asp

      Clear skies,

      Ray



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    • nightsight1
      Ray, Attachments are not currently allowed on Southern Nights postings. I m changing that now, but you ll have to re-post your attachment. Sorry. Also, there
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 29, 2002
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        Ray,

        Attachments are not currently allowed on Southern Nights postings.
        I'm changing that now, but you'll have to re-post your attachment.
        Sorry. Also, there is a folder in Files called "Projects and
        Activities" where you can also post the file for future reference.

        Thanks,

        Laurent


        --- In Southern_Nights@y..., "Wayne Wooten" <wwooten@p...> wrote:
        > Developed a exercise for the EAAA and passed it out last Friday.
        Thought some of you might like to try it for the 17-18 pass. It is
        attached in word format. Looks like it will be a binocular object
        moving close to Vega at about 9th magnitude on Sunday evening, August
        18th.
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