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The Asterisk* • View topic - APOD Aug 22 2004 - Earth at Night posters
4 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Sep 1, 2004For those interested in posters of the Earth at night picture, there is a similar version available in poster form at think geek here: ...
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The Asterisk* • View topic - APOD Aug 22 2004 - Earth at Night posters
4 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Aug 31, 2004For those interested in posters of the Earth at night picture, there is a similar version available in poster form at think geek here: ...
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The Asterisk* • View topic - Earthrise from Moon-Orbiting Kaguya ...
21 posts - 13 authors - Last post: Sep 18, 2008An astronaut in a region near the "edge" of the Moon as seen from Earth would, in fact, see the Earth rise briefly for a few days each month ...
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The Asterisk* • View topic - sun halo pic's i took at the Negev desert
10 posts - 5 authors - Last post: Feb 23, 2008Hey, some pics i took yesterday of a sun halo in the Negev desert in Israel, i took them Beer Sheva and Arad (next to Metzada) while on my ...
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The Asterisk* • View topic - When the deep purple falls (APOD 2009 ...
5 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Feb 3Lyrics: Mitchell Parish - 1938. When the deep purple falls over sleepy garden walls. And the stars begin to flicker in the sky ...
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The Asterisk* • View topic - Star Formation
24 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Mar 28, 2007Quarsars Are star like bodies formed from either collisions of ... You also have mini quarsars formed by the ejection of material from BH. ...
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The Asterisk* • View topic - Help me identify a star
1 post - 1 author - Last post: Oct 14, 2005Help me identify a star. Post by army6894 on Fri Oct 14, 2005 7:02 pm. I live in Pensacola,Fl. My back patio faces the west. ...
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The Asterisk* • View topic - Oooh! Lovely! In Saturn's Shadow ...
17 posts - 11 authors - Last post: Jan 14I have a question on pale blue dot.. if the camera was on the night side of the Saturn, pointed towards the Sun and the Earth visible in the ...
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The Asterisk* • View topic - Dark Energy Clues
9 posts - 5 authors - Last post: Feb 19The researchers at Fermi said these voids might lie between us and the ... I thought that i should also show the rest of that same article. ... large scale. the scientists tend to think too much about these thin
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The Asterisk* • View topic - State of the Night Sky Live Project
5 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Apr 28, 2008Next I have been in recent contact with Bo Reipurth (email: reipurth at ifa dot hawaii dot edu) who is interested in building his own CONCAM ...
 
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