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iPeace

Anyone else enjoying the Moon tonight?

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Thick clouds here as well. Looks good for you though Mike :smiley:

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1 minute ago, Floater said:

Enjoy. I’d have to tie myself down, let alone the scope!

up north strong winds yes

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I was working just north of Rouen today 27 degrees "haute Normandie" clear blue skies . Came back home this evening to Basse Normandie (manche) and 20 degrees then about 5 o'clock uk time the weather changed big angry grey clouds and the rain set in so a difference in 300km the weather is mad over here albeit in the Manche area we get all from the Atlantic coming easterly or is it westerly never understand the weather normally comes from the left hand side....

I thought somebody had bought a new gift from FLO so I blame them... Come on own up was it you....

andy

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Permacloud here in south wales, I'm cursed, my weather of late is well vengefull. great pics. thanks. charl.

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Sorry to hear about your weather, we're having fun and hope you'll all be back out soon.

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Just now, iPeace said:

Sorry to hear about your weather, we're having fun and hope you'll all be back out soon.

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hope so but you might end up with the back end of the weather

andy

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Lots of clouds over Leiden. At least I know what I'm missing:

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Down south, Clavius and its neighbours are putting on a good show, while up north in Imbrium the Dorsa are showing up nicely. Most dramatic at the moment - of course - are the features along the shadowline in between, with for me the star of the show being the Riphaeus Mountains, presenting a kind of alternative Lunar X. Also a great time to enjoy the Carpathians, as well as the bit north-east of Iridum.

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34 minutes ago, fozzybear said:

hope so but you might end up with the back end of the weather

andy

Well, I may and I may not...currently reporting from my Aegean Balcony Observatory...

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I stay just outside Edinburgh and had a nice hour in garden looking at moon in the 22x85's really enjoyed it till clouds rolled in . The wind has calmed down a lot from during the day tho?

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