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Pinbout
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Re: Sorry for the blizzard... new [Re: Tori]
      #5671107 - 02/09/13 05:48 PM

Quote:

It's all my fault.






and to repay us for all this hard work we had to do today your going to bring it to the solar party at NEAF, right?


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kfiscus
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Re: Sorry for the blizzard... new [Re: Pinbout]
      #5671314 - 02/09/13 07:49 PM

Maybe the blizzard is my fault. I'm the one that asked Tori about solar viewing when she was planning her cool roof-top astro-retreat. Congrats, Tori.

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gonzosc1
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Re: Sorry for the blizzard... new [Re: Tom McDonald]
      #5671914 - 02/10/13 07:25 AM

LOL I thought it was my fault. I just received my starry night software and completed a wireless connection to the atlas, then it hit the fan,,,,,but I'll let you take credit if you want to!!

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azure1961p
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Re: Sorry for the blizzard... new [Re: gonzosc1]
      #5672067 - 02/10/13 09:58 AM

Actually the blizzard has been nothing but a blessing for solar viewing as the ground is cooled and the weather pattern was ushered in a full week of sunshine.

Pete

Edited by azure1961p (02/10/13 09:59 AM)


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LLD
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Re: Sorry for the blizzard... new [Re: azure1961p]
      #5673803 - 02/11/13 10:39 AM

Very Nice! I knew that little cheap laser pointer i got couldn't have been responsible all that snow!

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Re: Sorry for the blizzard... new [Re: Tom McDonald]
      #5678872 - 02/14/13 07:12 AM

Your fault? I thought it was mine when my z10 arrive...3 days with no power in a very rural area, had to bring back my 19th century living skills.

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Re: Sorry for the blizzard... new [Re: jkaiser]
      #5679045 - 02/14/13 09:47 AM

Actually, the clouds helped yesterday. The sun was about 20* above the horizon and there was a huge, thin cloud layer over it. You could easily see the sun's disk with the naked eye without it being too bright. Cool to actually see the disk of the sun. Rare you can chance looking directly at it without being blinded....

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