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desertstars

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Selenology Today new
      #2821707 - 12/23/08 02:49 PM

The good people who produce this online journal make a point of posting new issues here on CN, but from time to time I like to remind folks of its existence. We get just enough new people wandering through that the announcements are all too easily missed.

http://digilander.libero.it/glrgroup/journal.htm

Well worth downloading and reading, and the price is right!


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raffaello
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Reged: 10/10/07

Re: Selenology Today new [Re: desertstars]
      #2840841 - 01/03/09 01:57 PM

Thanks Tom
and happy new year.
Yes selenology Today is working...next issue #12 is planned for end january 2009
Raffaello Lena


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SonnyBarile
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Re: Selenology Today new [Re: desertstars]
      #2983091 - 03/14/09 09:06 AM

I understand the deeper reasononing behind your quote....but I must ask you......"How many telescopes can you buy with a sandwich?......" LOL

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Sol
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Re: Selenology Today new [Re: SonnyBarile]
      #3091095 - 05/07/09 05:48 PM

Thanks for the heads-up on this journal, never knew it existed and it is packed full of great lunar information.

Mark


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raffaello
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Re: Selenology Today and new web feed new [Re: Sol]
      #3185815 - 06/27/09 03:56 PM

Hello at all

A web feed (or news feed) is a data format used for providing users with frequently updated content.
See for more information
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_feed
I am working for the RSS feed, and i have
included this "rss" in the GLR page, of the journal Selenology Today just now
http://digilander.libero.it/glrgroup/

The RSS feed was updated also in my Google reader page for all news in this
scenario:)
Hpe it works well
Raffaello Lena


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RobertED
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Re: Selenology Today and new web feed new [Re: raffaello]
      #4927764 - 11/21/11 12:43 PM

I totally love reading and collecting "Selenology Today" issues!!!!! Awesome publication!!

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charlienorth
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Re: Selenology Today and new web feed new [Re: RobertED]
      #5317218 - 07/14/12 10:40 AM

Norton antivirus blocks the Selenology Today site calling a known malicious website.

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desertstars

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Re: Selenology Today and new web feed new [Re: charlienorth]
      #5317369 - 07/14/12 12:26 PM

I ran into that a while back, but just once. It's a false alarm. My Norton antivirus no longer reacts to Selenology Today as a threat. I have no idea why it did so the first time, nor why it has not done so since.

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opticsguy
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Re: Selenology Today and new web feed new [Re: desertstars]
      #5973437 - 07/16/13 12:52 AM

Clicking on the website brings up a bunch of chinese characters.

Any updated information on Selenology Today??


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raffaello
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Re: Selenology Today and new web feed new [Re: opticsguy]
      #5977293 - 07/18/13 05:51 AM

Hello at all
soon selenology today will be released, as issue 32. The current site is
http://digilander.libero.it/glrgroup/

Last issue I released is #31. In fact during last periods we all worked for the published book on lunar domes released by Springer, here for eventual interested readers.

http://www.springer.com/astronomy/astrophysics+and+astroparticles/book/978-88...


As for ST soon it will work with future (hoped) issues
Thanks at all
Raffaello Lena
editor ST and GLR group


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raffaello
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Selenology Today 33 released [Re: raffaello]
      #6017350 - 08/10/13 10:40 AM


On August 1, 2013 at 02:21:55.7 UT, a small meteoroid has impacted the Moon's surface. The kinetic energy transformed by the impact into thermal energy also caused a short and intense flash of light that was detected by telescopes of R. Lena, A. Manna and S. Sposetti. A report of the observing session is published in Selenology Today 33 http://digilander.libero.it/glrgroup/

A pdf file can be also downloaded at the link

http://www.lunar-captures.com//Selenology_Today/selenologytoday33.pdf

Raffaello Lena


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raffaello
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Selenology Today 34 released new [Re: raffaello]
      #6296174 - 01/06/14 02:54 PM

It is online, the issue 34 of ST
http://digilander.libero.it/glrgroup/

An intersting issue with the article of Thomas Dobbins and William Sheehan "transient lunacy"
It is interesting this article and the authors are authors of the book epic moon.


http://www.lunar-captures.com//Selenology_Today/selenologytoday34.pdf

We have included also an article Reprint of Aristarchus event by Jim Phillips and I.

Thanks
Raffaello Lena


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raffaello
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Selenology Today 35 new [Re: raffaello]
      #6489630 - 04/26/14 11:10 AM

Hello
to inform you that
the Issue of ST 35 is released with new articles in the webpage
http://digilander.libero.it/glrgroup/
and also
http://www.lunar-captures.com//Selenology_Today/selenologytoday35.pdf

Thanks to George for the long work in the issue.
Here the contents:

Madler an Oblique Impact Crater By Barry FitzGerald


Domes in northern Mare Tranquillitatis: Morphometric analysis and mode of

formation By Raffaello Lena and Paolo Lazzarotti

Wrinkle Ridges in Mare Nubium By KC Pau

3D reconstruction of the dome Yangel 1 obtained on ground based high resolution CCD imagery

By Raffaello Lena and MikeWirths (see the proposal project too)

Report on the Total Lunar Eclipse of 2014 April 15 By Maurice Collins

Lunar Eclipse Images and reports

By Mike Wirths, Maurice Collins, Neal Simpson, Richard Hills, Paul

Thanks!
Raffaello Lena


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