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What's Up - Taurus (2)
      #5706652 - 03/01/13 06:35 AM

What's Up - Taurus (2)

By Steve Coe


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Re: What's Up - Taurus (2) new [Re: Charlie Hein]
      #5707094 - 03/01/13 12:33 PM

Many Thanks for such an excellent series of articles! I look forward to your future series as well!!

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Re: What's Up - Taurus (2) new [Re: Charlie Hein]
      #5707100 - 03/01/13 12:40 PM

I for one shall miss your What's Up series, however I am looking forward with much anticipation to your new format.
Keep looking up!
Bill


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Re: What's Up - Taurus (2) new [Re: PhaedrusUpshaw]
      #5707922 - 03/01/13 10:38 PM

Thank you for a series of articles! But, not all of the constellation is fully considered. For example, Virgo. There is only the second part, and the first part is missing. Virgo lot of bright objects, including Messier.
Thanks again Steve. I look forward to a new series of articles!


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Re: What's Up - Taurus (2) new [Re: R.bak]
      #5710064 - 03/03/13 07:52 AM

Gentlemen, you are most certainly welcome. It has been a lot of fun writing up what I have seen with scope as the constellations come and go. I am just starting to work on the article for M 35 and the field around it, lots to see. I will certainly not run out of excellent deep sky objects to observe. Space is like really BIG, dude.

Clear skies to us all;
Steve Coe


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