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Feb. Phase of New Moon: Chinese Lunar New Year

Feb. Phase of New Moon: Chinese Lunar New Year The day of the February lunar phase of New Moon marksthe first day of the Lunar New Year, celebrated in many
Glenn A. Walsh
11:00 PM
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M-81 & 82 with the SV70T

Being new at the LRGB concept the full frame of this image is a mess but I live and image between Longhorn stratum and the Austin Airport. This took three
josephrome77
Feb 4
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Silica 'Cauliflower' Hints of Martian Life ?

Silica 'Cauliflower' Hints of Martian Life ? A pair of astronomers thinks that strangely shaped minerals inside a Martian crater, found by NASA's Spirit Rover,
Glenn A. Walsh
Feb 4
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Astronomical Calendar: 2016 February

Astronomical Calendar: 2016 February MORE - CLICK ON IMAGE OR LINK http://spacewatchtower.blogspot.com/2016/02/astronomical-calendar-2016-february.html ...  
Glenn A. Walsh
Feb 1
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SV70T and ZWOASI174MM's Jupiter

Last night I was testing out (Learning) the ZWOASI174MM and the Stellarvue SV70T. The camera has a lot of gain which can be over used and really mess up a
josephrome77
Feb 1
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Last weekend's M-42 under a full moon

It was great fun to take a shot of M-42 last Saturday night. All in all I was pleased with the efforts even under a full moon :-) Here is to clear skies this
Steve Means
Jan 28
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30th Anniversary: Challenger Space Shuttle Disaster

30th Anniversary: Challenger Space Shuttle Disaster Thirty years ago this morning (1986January 28), the NASA Space Shuttle Challenger (Mission STS-51-L)broke
Glenn A. Walsh
Jan 27
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Re: Last night

Thanks, it is a modest imaging set up, it was not modest to my wallet. Joe On Sunday, January 24, 2016 12:21 PM, "markie@...
Joseph Rome
Jan 24
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Re: Last night

Although you describe the Set up as modest, there's no need for modesty by the operator Joe. Resulting images are nice to see. Good luck with the bigger sensor
keppler_123
Jan 24
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Full Moon High Tides Worsen NE U.S. Blizzard

Full Moon High Tides Worsen NE U.S. Blizzard High tides caused by tonight's FullMoon are worsening the blizzard now hitting the coastal regions ofthe
Glenn A. Walsh
Jan 23
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Last night

While waiting on the EDGE11's return, the filter trey and focuser motor from Starizona, and the Stellarvue SV70T to show up. So, I am trying to understand the
josephrome77
Jan 23
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Alien 'Mega-Structure' Around Star KIC 8462852 ?

Alien 'Mega-Structure' Around Star KIC 8462852 ? Since late September, there has beenspeculation that an alien-built “mega-structure” may explainunusual
Glenn A. Walsh
Jan 19
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Last nights shots

Getting it read to hit it heavy. With the Old Orion ED80 and the new ZWOASI174MM(Not cooled) trying to get back in it made these three shots. Jupiter_01_18_16
josephrome77
Jan 18
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Mystery Celestial Explosion More Powerful Than Typical Supernova

Mystery Celestial Explosion More Powerful Than Typical Supernova A recently discovered celestial inferno is about 200 times more powerful than a typical
Glenn A. Walsh
Jan 15
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165th Anniversary: Foucault Pendulum

165th Anniversary: Foucault Pendulum It was 165 years ago today (1851January 8) that Jean Bernard Leon Foucault of Paris invented aninstrument that would
Glenn A. Walsh
Jan 8
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