Re: [delmarvastargazers] Tuckahoe observing...
- Hello all again.
Doug, I am not going for a very late night. Just going out for sunset and
then till about 9 or so to practicvce getting the first evening objects on
the marathon list. It will make italot easier to get the 6 or so first ones
if you know where to lookin the evening twilight sky as well as a quick
pratcie of the dozen in the vigo cluster.
Anyone wnato join me?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Douglas A. Norton" <dnorton@...>
Sent: Monday, March 19, 2001 1:27 PM
Subject: [delmarvastargazers] Tuckahoe observing...
> I wish I'd known you were going out tonight but I was out last night with
> Dan Kidwell until almost 1am and I'm a walking zombie right now. Didn't
> home until 2am. I would love to go tonight, but two nights in a row would
> definitely kill me. Hope you have a good night. The wind died down very
> on but there was a lot of moisture in the upper atmosphere until around
> 11:30. So it was a bright sky and difficult to pull any detail out of the
> galaxies. Once it cleared off, it was amazing seeing conditions. I saw M51
> like I'd never seen it before. What a night. Hope it goes well for you.
> Doug Norton
> OIS/Customer Services
> Phone: 302.739.9524
> E-Mail: DNorton@...
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