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  1. Thanks for all the help guys! I especially want to thank Dave for the link, I had no idea there was a site that did that, that's awesome!
  2. I am having a little trouble and I was hoping someone here could help me out a bit. Last July I went to the southern hemisphere and took some pictures of the night sky and things in it. I'd like to know what Im looking at though, but Im not at all familiar with the southern hemisphere night sky. If you could please look at these pictures and let me know what they are of, I'd appreciate it. I think one might be the Large Magellanic Cloud, but Im not sure and even if it is, I dont know which one. I took the pictures on the night of July 3 at around 9PM; at the time, I was on the island of Moorea. Thanks!
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