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#244709 - 08/15/08 04:07 PM Full Moon Alert
ineffable Offline

Registered: 02/07/08
Posts: 1371
Loc: state of holeecrapdood
For those that believe
August 16 with a partial eclipse too

keep howling


:: "Anyone who can handle a needle convincingly can make us see a thread which is not there" ::

#244712 - 08/15/08 04:11 PM Re: Full Moon Alert [Re: ineffable]
JustScott Offline
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Registered: 01/28/08
Posts: 2615
Loc: Central PA
Hmmmm My astro-calender doesn't have anything about an ecplise tomorrow night.... Hmmmm must dig!

It does note that it's a full moon though!

For those that need to know, starting next friday (22nd) between 9PM and Midnight for two weeks is the best time to view the Milky Way during the summer!!!

#244720 - 08/15/08 04:27 PM Re: Full Moon Alert [Re: JustScott]
BJK Offline

Registered: 08/02/07
Posts: 1526
I see the Milky Way every time I walk past the vending machine at work. That's the reason I don't carry cash anymore.

In all seriousness....aren't we part of the Milky Way? Wouldn't that mean that we see the Milky Way all day every day?


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What the world needs now
Is some new words of wisdom
Like la la la la la la la la la.
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#244829 - 08/15/08 11:08 PM Re: Full Moon Alert [Re: BJK]
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Registered: 05/21/08
Posts: 2826
Loc: Denver, CO
A few days back there was a near-total eclipse on the other side of our world somewhere. I saw it on CNN instead. If you want to see the Milky Way just go up into the mountains well away from city lights or pollution and see how many constellations that you can identify. The top of 8 Mile Hill on I-70 in Utah is a particularly isolated place free from much residual light. You go stargazing there and you can probably see 10,000 or more stars with the naked eye.

And I hear ya' about the Milky Way and the vending machine. I have lost 35 lbs. since I have changed my diet.


"We stay here, we die here. We've got to keep moving". Trucker Mark


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