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opticsguy
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H A Ray article, where is it??? new
      #6141035 - 10/16/13 02:28 PM

I must be totally blind!!!! I recently read an article about H A Ray in either Sky & Tel or Astronomy magazine and now cant find. So, please help out a blind boy and tell me where this was published . . . please!!

Thank you.


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CelestronDaddy
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Re: H A Ray article, where is it??? new [Re: opticsguy]
      #6141527 - 10/16/13 06:39 PM

There is an article in the October 2013 issue of Sky and Telescope on page 72. Maybe this is the article that you read.... Tony

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faackanders2
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Re: H A Ray article, where is it??? new [Re: CelestronDaddy]
      #6141914 - 10/16/13 10:02 PM

Good article. Even liked the anecdote with Einstein.

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Re: H A Ray article, where is it??? new [Re: opticsguy]
      #6143555 - 10/17/13 07:12 PM

Quote:

I must be totally blind!!!! I recently read an article about H A Ray in either Sky & Tel or Astronomy magazine and now cant find. So, please help out a blind boy and tell me where this was published . . . please!!

Thank you.




You may not be finding it because of a spelling problem . It's "R_e_y, not "Ray."


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opticsguy
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Re: H A Ray article, where is it??? new [Re: rmollise]
      #6143824 - 10/17/13 09:49 PM

Thanks everyone found it!!!

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Re: H A Ray article, where is it??? [Re: opticsguy]
      #6146288 - 10/19/13 09:41 AM

Great article. I often wondered about the constellations that didn't at all resemble what they where supposed too (that would be most of them). The stick figures are bad enough but the full 'pictoral' images are really bad. Can't see why anyone would prefer them. I may have to go find his book.

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