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Monday, February 27, 2006


New Zealand Comets on Space Weather

Us Southern hemispherians have been having some success at getting images onto Space Weather recently. First Paul Moss, and now John Drummond, both New Zealanders, have had their images linked to by Space Weather. Have a look at this beautiful image of Pojmanski, then at this page full of images.

If only I had a pair of binoculars or a small telescope with me on my travels.

Anyway, I'll try to look out for Mercury tomorrow evening.
I missed Mercury (due to samll children rather than weather). I have a little Tasco 10 x 25. Its cheap, easy to carry is great for star clusters and the Moon (not so hot for Jupiters satellites) as well as landscape and bird watching, and if the trails of travel break it, I'm not going to be horriblt dissapointed.
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