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Monthly Guides - suggested sites

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As I now get such good information via newsfeeds and social media, plus my posts here are a bit repetitive and I cannot always be timely, I will no longer do a monthly guide post. As you may be aware from my previous postings, my main reference sources are:

1. Dave Mitsky's guide posted in the cloudynights forum http://www.cloudynights.com/forum/55-celestial-events/

2. Space Junk (good for Lunar) http://danspace77.com/category/space-junk-former-lunar-calendar/

3. Arkansas Sky Observatory (good for asteroids, comets and meteor showers) http://www.arksky.org/index.php

All these sites have much more information that just the monthly calendars so if you have not visited them they are well worth investigating.

Clear skies.

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