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New moon observing: Salisbury Plain


gliderpilot
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Afternoon all,

next weeks new moon will see us at Tilshead on Friday 12 feb. Meet at rose and crown at 8pm with plenty of warm clothes. Fingers crossed for some clear skies. I'll try and get there for a social pint even if it's not clear.

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Mark

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I will be there tonight if anyone else is coming ;) Bring warm clothes!!

Hopefully we will get some nice clear skies tonight as they havn't been bad at all over the past week, also lets hope that the wind keeps to a min as i wanna get some decent subs and target some galaxies!!

Hope to see you guys there ;)

Dave.

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Same here...probably grounded this weekend with a host of family and valentines activities, the advantage of the obsy is grounded doesn't mean inactive..

Have a great time either tonight or next week

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Skies looking pretty Rubbish tonight ;) think i will give it a miss. I will be up for meeting anytime during next week and fri the 19th at tillshead though, Dave.

Ditto here. It's a long drive from Bromham, so a better forecast would be great.

Hopefully next week we'll have some luck, I'll be up for meeting on the 19th.

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  • 3 weeks later...
Report from the Feb 20 event (the one not clouded over) is now in the Observing section: http://stargazerslounge.com/observing-reports/98758-salisbury-plain-spog-feb-20-report.html

Great report Mark was a very enjoyable read :p The views where absolutly stunning and mars simply blew me away! Looking forward to the next one!! will amend the original galaxy finder sheet that i made and will bring it along :headbang:

Clear skies!

Dave.

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