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Victor Boesen

New post about noctilucent clouds

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Just now, Mark at Beaufort said:

Nice website Victor - we both look forward to astro darkness again

yes we do;-) because of the orientation of my balcony from home, I really can't observe any of the planets at the moment, som I haven't really had the scope out for a really long time..

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Victor - Try and get your scope in a position to view the Total Lunar Eclipse on the 27th July - although I appreciate you have your Apollo binos. Of course Mars is in opposition on the same night so its worth having a go if you can.

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Just now, Mark at Beaufort said:

Victor - Try and get your scope in a position to view the Total Lunar Eclipse on the 27th July - although I appreciate you have your Apollo binos. Of course Mars is in opposition on the same night so its worth having a go if you can.

I will be at my summerhouse, where I can bring the scope down to the beach, so I am all set. Also for mars and the other planets same night. Lets hope the weather will be with us!

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