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Friday, February 16, 2007

 

Watch TARDIS dissapear.

Occulatations of stars by astroids are surprisingly common, occulataions of stars visible to the unaided eye are not. On the early morning of Saturday, Feb 16, the Asteroid 3325 TARDIS will pass in front of a Magnitude 4.6 star. There is a great Google Map showing where this will be visible from (lots of places in Australia). The downside is that the dip in brightness last about 1.4 seconds and that it occures 3:16 am AEDST.

Comments:
Exterminate! Exterminate! The star will be exterminated!

Sorry Ian, I couldn't resist.
 
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