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Binocular Sky May Newsletter

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BinocularSky

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The Binocular Sky Newsletter for May 2012 is now published: http://binocularsky....tter/201205.pdf. There is also a printer-friendly version (no hyperlinks, black text on white background).
Best,
Steve

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ToxoLight

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Excellent as always, thanks Steve.

Clear skies
Tox.

May your skies always be clear,   Ian.

 

Revere the stars, because we are their children. Carl Sagan.
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thanks steve :(

11"Compact Dob */*Coulter Odyssey 8 Dob*/*William Optics Megrez 72*/*Prinz Astral 500*/*Meade ETX 70AT
Opticron 8X42*/*Celestron skymaster 15X70
Skywatcher Synscan AZ*/*
Celestron AZ3*/*ASTROTRAC AG*/*Kson Eklipse
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Please let me know if any of my posts dont make sence, im dyslexic, they may make sence to me,but not to every one i'll happly rewrite it just let me know :)


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Thanks, very useful in compiling my list for the weekend camping trip :hello2:
Paul
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Messiers: 18/110 (13,15,31,32,35,36,37,38,42,43,45,51,57,65,66,81,82,110) Planets: 5 (Earth, Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Saturn) Moons: 8 (Moon, Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Titan, Iapetus, Rhea) Titan, Iapetus, Rhea)




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