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Re: Maple Apenninus ;)

That is really cool, thanks for sharing. Gary
varney_gary
Apr 7
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29450

Maple Apenninus ;)

Howard's latest maple model https://finkh.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/montes-apenninus/. I have two of his early moulded plastic models, but the wood has its own
jaymahoneyy
Apr 6
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29449

Re: LPOD is having difficulties

Same here, Peter. I suspect it's off-line due to the programmer needing to fix the archive issue you highlighted. John
jaymahoneyy
Apr 6
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LPOD is having difficulties

I cannot reach http://www2.lpod.org/ this morning. I hope it is temporary. Peter ... This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software.
Peter Lloyd
Apr 6
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29447

Re: Such views to not ignore

Hello Peter These images were shot 02 April 2017UT from my Livermore, California backyard. I used a C925 @ f/10, ZWO 120MM monochrome camera and >6000A red
oldfrankland
Apr 4
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29446

Re: Such views to not ignore

Sorry for late reply, Peter. I've passed on to Jim your email (and site address), so hopefully he'll be in contact with you soon. As I have his site address (
jaymahoneyy
Apr 4
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29445

Re: Such views to not ignore

True. Any info on how and when they were taken? Peter ... This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software.
Peter Lloyd
Apr 4
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29444

Such views to not ignore

Jim Ferreira in CA is producing some wonderful works that I hope you will explore - let's hope you become a fan.
jaymahoneyy
Apr 3
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29443

Re: Vignetting on the RC

Hi Chick. Since my last reply I have searched my archive and I think the answer is Yes I do get some slight vignetting in the corners of the picture with a
Peter Lloyd
Apr 3
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29442

Re: The South East Quadrant

Thank you, Chuck, for those kind words. I picked up the RC about three years ago but it languished for quite a while. It was an impulse buy (because it was
Peter Lloyd
Apr 3
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Re: The South East Quadrant

Nice shot Peter! (As always) When did you pick up the RC? How do you like it so far? Do you get vignetting with the extension tubes for the camera? Thanks for
Chuck
Apr 2
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29440

The South East Quadrant

I have neglected the Moon of late as I have grappled with the imaging of DSOs, but the Moon remains my first love. I have now made a mosaic of the
Peter Lloyd
Apr 2
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29439

Re: Ina is not so young after all

This is interesting, but not necessarily the correct explanation. Like the previous explanations this answers some questions, but not all. It is the most
Charles Wood
Mar 30
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29438

Re: Ina is not so young after all

Thanks, Michael....very interesting read: have updated the bibliography links as in the Ina http://the-moon.wikispaces.com/Ina page found on the MoonWiki. John
jaymahoneyy
Mar 30
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Ina is not so young after all

The feature known as Ina, as seen by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, was likely formed by an eruption of fluffy 'magmatic foam,' 3.5 billion years ago,
packerdigital
Mar 30
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