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PostSeptember 3rd, 2018, 3:32 pm Port Stanley Planets - see for yourself!
Worth the drive to Port Stanley. You can see Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, and Venus strung out across the ecliptic. Arcturus is visible at top right. Mars far left; distance = about 67 million kilometers Saturn above #2 lifeguard tower; distance = 1440 million kilometers Jupiter to the right, above the te...
5 darmstrong Rating: 62.5%  
PostMay 29th, 2015, 7:43 am Re: ** Forum Maintenance and Changes **
The 'Thanks for Posting' mod is back and the 'Heart' one is turned off. Let me know if there are any issues.
4 AtariJeff Rating: 50%  
PostDecember 7th, 2018, 2:49 pm M31 Image in Sky News
Hi everyone I just wanted to bring to everyone's attention and congratulate Ryan Fraser for his amazing M31 image as seen in the Jan/Feb issue of SkyNews. As the editors clearly say, one of the best shots they have ever seen. Look at all the detail (Hll regions). Page 39. Fantastic shot Ryan Clear s...
4 Gary Hinks Rating: 50%  
PostFebruary 9th, 2019, 9:08 pm Re: Ryan Fraser's Night Sky Presentation on Feb 5th
376, with a few dozen turned away at the door :) I gave the club a good plugging, hopefully spurs some new member interest.
4 Ryan Rating: 50%  
PostJune 22nd, 2018, 11:58 pm Re: Astronomy on Tap this Friday at 7pn
Thanks so much to all the members that came out to support our Astronomy on Tap event. I believe I counted 14 members, and approximately 70 people at the height of the evening. I think this was very close to maximum for our space. It turned out exactly as I'd hoped which, due to the inclement weathe...
4 AndrewPeters Rating: 50%  

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