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This Sunday BBC4, 9.00 pm, Destination Titan, a repeat about the team behind the Huygens probe, followed by Sky at Night, 10.00pm looking at the possibility of life on Mars.
Oh yes, and Planet Earth II on BBC1 at 8.00. I think that's my evenings TV sorted.
With the Moon getting so near full I'm not sure if I'll be imaging, even if it does clear.
Well the cat -- or, at least, my subscription issue -- is now out of the bag! Just received my (early) copy of April's Sky at Night magazine. Page 58 is the first of a regular monthly "Binocular Tour" of the night sky, penned by yours truly. Proud and chuffed!
Not sure if this has already been said but the recent release of two special Sky At Night booklets (Over 100 pages) - Beginner's guide to Astronomy, and Beginners guide to Astrophotography, are only £7.99 each and contain loads of info on both subjects - like 10 regular Magazines worth of articles and information all in one Mega-Magazine.
I have bought both after reading in WH Smiths for 10 mins to see what they were like, and for someone wanting to learn without doing it one magazine article at a time, these are for you!
Check out your local WH Smith or other sources of Sky at night magazines..
You wont regret buying these, very impressive.