Re: Transit of Venus
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "openmindxx" <imopenmind@n...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "David" <david.paterson@b...>wrote:
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "openmindxx" <imopenmind@n...>wrote:
> > >course
> > > Where are you located David? I plan to observe from a golf
> > onnicer
> > > the coast at Malaga Spain.
> > I'm in Scotland, near Perth, although Malaga sounds like a much
> > place to watch from :))7Ejander/transit/transitwx.png .
> > Our local club will be doing a special event, and I expect the
> > observatory will be open extra early.
> > David P.
> We really like Scotland and plan a return visit next year but the
> cloud cover prediction is a tad better on the Costa del Sol (20-30%
> vs. 60-70%) http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/%
Yeah, the weather's usually the big problem with any observing in the
UK - if you can see the stars it's going to rain, if you can't see
them it's already raining :))
It'll be fingers and everything else crossed for a clear spell at
just the right time.
We'll have to compare results afterwards.
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> As far as scientists lying, I do not see how they're supposed to
> any better or worse than the rest of humanity. I'm hard pressedto
> figure out how a theory could lie though, either the existingWell said, Mr. Shoelaces. I tip my hat to you.
> observations support it or not, either the theory predicts and can
> be verified by experiment or not.
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