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Discussions around observations and objects observed

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Solar System Observing

A friendly place to discuss planetary & solar system object observing.

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C/2017 T2 (PANSTARRS) - last post by ButterFly

Lunar Observing

A forum dedicated to the observation and appreciation of our Moon. Join us in the Lunie Bin and learn about the only world other than the Earth to bear the imprint of human feet. Images and sketches are most welcome. (Please limit the size of image files to 500K.)

Forum moderators: frank5817, gustavo_sanchez, Starman81
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From the book The Astronomi... - last post by Carl Kolchak

Deep Sky Observing

A dark place to discuss deep sky observing and observations

Forum moderators: CharlieB, Jond105, orlyandico
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First to a Supernova - last post by Clouzot

Double Star Observing

Double Stars, Rayleigh Limit and Dawes Limit; a place for observers with split personalities.

Forum moderators: CharlieB, Jond105, Uwe Pilz
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Equal Doubles countdown - last post by bcarter1234

Solar Observing and Imaging

Hot place to discuss solar observing and imaging topics

Forum moderators: GShaffer, Jaimo!, junomike
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Bright prom animation 1/21/... - last post by rigel123

Observational Astrophysics

A place to record your methods and observations that relate to stellar dynamics and evolution, including variable and carbon stars. Spectroscopy, photometry and radio astronomy are particularly welcome.

Forum moderators: Cotts, rgsalinger, star drop
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Supernova in M82 From 2014 - last post by ssmith


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