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Hawksmoor

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About Hawksmoor

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    http://jodrellplankobservatory.blogspot.co.uk/

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    Travel, art, astronomy, photography, music, the theatre, chess and mathematics.
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    East Anglia UK

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  1. Two nights in a row out under the stars. No cloud at all tonight so excellent! Managed to see Comet 2019 Y4 (ATLAS) through my big bins and now hopefully imaging it with my widefield mini- rig. Self isolating in a big way as the rest of  Lowestoft's residents appear to be asleep in bed. Don't remember ever seeing Coma Berenices quite so bright with the naked eye and spectacular through my bins. What a great night for stargazers. 

    1. orion25

      orion25

      Nice report! 

      Cheers! :) 

    2. pipnina

      pipnina

      I have to agree! A wonderful set of nights perfectly coinciding with me being home from work.

      Hope to get some good use from my kit. Pleiades was clear as anything when I was outside just now. A lot of the cluster of stars surrounding Aldeberan were visible too despite the light pollution being heavier in that direction.

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