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To: Tim Khan

Tim, could not find an e-mail link on Yahoo now, so this will have to do. You mentioned a CD of Don Parker's last WSP talk and I was hoping to get a copy if
afja_lm139
Mar 6
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4016

Re: Mt Friend is Gone

Sad news. Don was a discoverer and a friend. He will be remembered. Andres Valencia Observatorio ARVAL www.oarval.org From: mailto:scasmail@yahoogroups.com
Andres Valencia
Feb 24
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4015

Mt Friend is Gone

http://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-news/donald-c-parker-1939-2015/ http://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-news/donald-c-parker-1939-2015/
afja_lm139
Feb 24
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4014

Re: New Horizons movie of Pluto's smaller moons

Hi Russ, Thanks, I have updated Observatorio ARVAL’s article “Clyde Tombaugh, 1906 – 1997”, at http://www.oarval.org/tombaughen.htm (English), and
Andres Valencia
Feb 23
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New Horizons movie of Pluto's smaller moons

It's official.................
Russ Brick
Feb 23
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4012

Fw: [QCUIAG] Jupiter 02/18 Oval BA and Io/Eur Mutual Events

Check out Christopher Go's latest images but of special interest are the 2 accompanying videos of Io and Europa.......... an occultation of Io by Europa
Russ Brick
Feb 19
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Re: Jupiter's triple transit

Thank, Russ. See also, An Edge-On Close Encounter with Jupiter (NASA Science. Feb. 6, 2015), at
Andres Valencia
Feb 6
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4010

Jupiter's triple transit

For those of us (myself included) who missed the triple transit, here is a link to Hubble's video of the event.
Russ Brick
Feb 6
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4009

Re: [scasmail] Hubble's “Pillars of Creation” revisited

This morning on the NBC Today show they broadcast an image of the "Pillars of Creation", taken by Hubble, as this year is the celebration of the 25th
gruntmaster1
Jan 9
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4008

Re: [scasmail] Hubble's “Pillars of Creation” revisited

I’m sorry, Neal. I should have written that M16, the Eagle Nebula, NGC 6611 is a Mag. 6 object, about 8x8 arc min. Not 8x8 arc sec. Clear Skies, when?
Andres Valencia
Jan 8
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RE: [scasmail] Hubble's “Pillars of Creation” revisited

Interesting. I just came in from viewing the comet. Fairly clear night. If anyone is looking go a bit North from M42 then pan west until you see it. From:
Neal Kleinman
Jan 8
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Re: [scasmail] Hubble's “Pillars of Creation” revisited

Hi Neal, Yes, actually you can; M16, the Eagle Nebula, NGC 6611 is a Mag. 6 object, about 8x8 arc sec. The pillars are near its center. But to observe the
Andres Valencia
Jan 8
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RE: [scasmail] Hubble's “Pillars of Creation” revisited

Very nice, can I see that with binoculars? Neal From: scasmail@yahoogroups.com [mailto:scasmail@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Thursday, January 8, 2015 7:22 PM To:
Neal Kleinman
Jan 8
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Hubble's “Pillars of Creation” revisited

Today I updated the Image Gallery page in Observatorio ARVAL with a new picture from the Hubble Space Telescope; revisiting the famous “Pillars of
Andres Valencia
Jan 8
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4003

Comet 2014 Q2 Lovejoy

Hello Astros, Comet 2014 Q2 Lovejoy observed as as big fuzzy ball (Mag. 5.3?) in Lepus, 6° west of Nihal, at 23:00 EST. Canon 7x50. From Key Biscayne, FL.
Andres Valencia
Dec 31, 2014
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