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About SteveWolves

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  1. SteveWolves


    Hi Joaquin welocome to SGL
  2. Phosphine has been known to exist in the atmosphere of Jupiter since the 1970s.
  3. I also run an astronomy group at Perton Library aimed at beginners though when that will resume I do not know.
  4. Hi from Wolves. Have a look at this https://www.wolvas.org.uk/ We run forghtnightly you tube & Zoom talks.
  5. I would suggest finding your local astro society and getting to know the observers there, they will likely be a good source of help.
  6. SteveWolves


    Welcome I am sure you will get plenty of good advice here.
  7. Hi Garry I would suggest a Planisphere by Phillips large enough to read with a red torch outside to keep your dark adjusted vision - low cost and will work every night thats clear for the rest of your life.
  8. I was at Polecottage on the top to see Neowise as tomato says up the Burway, perhaps worth a daylight trip to see if its any good for you.
  9. Hi Phil welcome to the forum. I have used car parks on the top of the Long Mynd
  10. Great talk Chris thank you. I remember the clockwise / anticlockwise spiral question so much fun.
  11. I'm up for it and im sure Duncan would be too.
  12. Hi & welcome to the Forum. Neowise is North West to North but very low down 10 -15 degrees above the horizon but it may be clear tonight so do try, I think Walsall AS are going to Barr Beacon tonight. Think about joining your local astro society to get advice as well. Regards Steve (Wolverhampton AS)
  13. Hi Steve we at Wolverhampton AS are trying to find somewhere Sunday & Monday nights to see Neowise. Had a great night last weekend up the Long Mynd.
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