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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. Watched the ISS go over three tiimes in one night, got some very noisy video of Saturn when it briefly appeared between the roofs of our neighbours' houses (by heck it appears lower than Antares), took some better video of Jupiter with all the Galileans strung out on one side, had a quick look at Comet Johnson and then it was twilight again.  Nights 'up north' dont last long this time of the year, serves us right for living on a tilty planet.:happy6:  Mind you it was lovely to see the summer Milky Way again running through Cygnus and right across the sky. If the weather stays good, I might have another night with my scope under the stars. Two nights in a row - woo-hoo!

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