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  1. This is all very well, but i want to know how the Soup Dragon got to be on the Moon?
  2. The challenge here is to complete the set. Good luck with Saturn!
  3. Why do i get the nasty feeling we are soon going to have another battle to save The Sky At Night from the axe again?
  4. Allan Chapman = the Ken Dodd of the astro world! Think poor Lucie needed one of them big hooks at stage left. Enjoyed the Pluto and Juno talks, although i think they both deserved an hour each for their talks.
  5. Are there short breaks in between each talk. Got a Friday afternoon pass. 3 hours seems a long time to sit on ones posterior!
  6. Shoes caked in mud whilst wading through Bosham Channel to line up the Moon with the church!
  7. Got this 2 hour documentary about the Voyagers on DVD after i read a favourable review in one of the astronomy magazines. Well worth a look if you get the chance. Quite moving in parts. And no dramatic music drowning most of it out! Never tire on stuff about the Voyagers. P.S now found it on You Tube as well!
  8. A little extra on speakers booked now, but no times yet. http://europeanastrofest.com/conference
  9. Another vote for Winchester Science Centre who do excellent monthly lectures. Also don't forget Kielder in Northumberland. Amazing skies if your lucky and it's clear.
  10. Taken at Langstone Harbour overlooking Hayling Island UK
  11. Just wondering how quickly the talks sell out for this as it would be nice to see who they have lined up. It would be the Friday that i would go. Should i hold on to see the full programme before buying or should i just go for it?
  12. Heard this programme being discussed on Radio 4 today and sounds interesting. It's on asteroids and has a piece on one that hit Scotland 1.2 billion years ago. Found an article on it here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3786339/Asteroid-slammed-Earth-1-2-billion-years-ago-bigger-one-killed-dinosaurs.html
  13. Oh go on, just a couple of hours a month. We'll build you a nice new railway track in return
  14. Living in Portsmouth UK, I have very poor polluted skies, so it was a real eye opener for me when I spent a few days on the edges of Kielder Water, Northumberland last week. For about 95% of the time it rained. However for 3 hours one evening the sky cleared and the stars came out and sparkled like I have never seen them before. Gave me my first ever chance to try and take some astro shots of the night sky, one of which is below. How I wish I could take the skies home with me!
  15. View from 1.24 and look out to sea. This is the Dawlish webcam from last night. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2LFLxw8hWw
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