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August 2014 by Arkansas Sky Observatory

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Just to be different for August, I include the link to the ASO celestial calender as it offers somewhat different information eg on passing asteroids and comets than is usually found.

Note: some items are written from an Arkansas viewpoint (ie time zone) and not all timing is in UT, but there are very nifty clocks in the right margins. I think the UT one would look good on the SGL frontpage. ;)


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