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Mercury and Comets rising core temperature fallingBlog 19648
11 November 2013
It'll take a little time to write all of these things up, but here is the first.
A guide to making an entry on your BLOG. Wasn't quite what I hoped adding content mid post, but I guess I still need to get...
♦ There is no mechanical experiment that can be done to detect absolute motion.
A form of this statement is the first postulate of the STR by Einstein. This principle can be rephrased in many formulations, which I will show are all violated by my propose...
I was driving through Langholm recently and passed the Armstrong Trust museum , as I did memories flooded back.
Picture the scene:-
A small village in Galloway Scotland,
Star date :- 1969
Time :- hell knows , deep in the middle of the night.
Mother and father lying half asleep in the sofa bed in my gran’s lounge. Me (some 45 ye...
I know there is one due to be visible about now, but I...
My first entry!
Just acquired a 12"/ 305mm skywatcher flextube with sysnscan AZ goto. Not even got to first light yet as checking out and reading manuals/ testing etc (I'm a good boy!!).
One big query/ concern though: even when power is off (and I haven't set up the synscan yet - at least not attached to motor drive - only...
Between the 9th to the 22nd of August, I was fortunate to spend almost three weeks camping with my girlfriend in the natural park of Causses du Quercy, France. It is a beautiful area of hidden caves, prehistoric artwork, gorgeous villages, mellow rivers, cool breezes and summer sun,...
I was able to see the main bands of the milky way with the naked eye from my door step, though there are security lights so hiding around the corner of the...
I have a skywatcher 127 maksutov-cassegrain on a goto mount.
I have been told that the SkyWacher Auto Focuser can be modified to fit this scope if anyone can help with advice on the best way to do this would be great
Hey! l recently made a few videos that were inspired by Carl Sagan & thought it would be really cool if you checked it out and gave me your thoughts & insights on them. I feel like they would be a great way to teach other students...
I managed to take a photo through the lens with my iPhone.
If you haven't already I really recommend buying a telescope, the views of...
Don't really know why it took me so long to get around to making a purchase but I guess I just didn't know what to get.....there's so much choice.
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