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  • OT: any other atronomy/space (wannabe) nerds?

    We need a lounge.





    Venus traces a pentagon in our night skies for eight years, while simultaneously creating two distinct (star, rose) patterns in the paths of earth and venus around the sun.



    There's a perfect hexagon in the atmosphere of saturn's north pole. Bigger than the earth. It's apparently a result of the weather.

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    Phil O'Keefe wrote:You can never have enough cheese, son. Write that down.gear.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Computicus
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      We need a lounge.



      There's a perfect hexagon in the atmosphere of saturn's north pole. Bigger than the earth. It's apparently a result of the weather.




      Pics?
      Blind Doc Jones' Pickles....Cures What Ails Ya

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        Recently finished reading "A Short History of Nearly Everything" by Bill Bryson and rekindled my love for anything astronomy related.



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          big space nerd here.

          Reminds me, I need to drag the 'scope out to the garden more often.
          good guys: english_bob, SG1, red_riviera, chisa, melx, Tayste_2000, tommyld (fuzzhugger), NetStar, bondini, Taylor704, HeartfeltDawn, garethdavies, Uncle Bastard, woolyh, Snufkino, THAT4301, Chugs, Matt0201, fruvai, Prince Squid, eerock, mr benn.

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            Quote Originally Posted by lefort_1
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            Pics?




            it's on youtube. they all are.

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            • #7
              i went to the moon once, it wasn't that great.



              also it isn't made out of cheese.
              {O,O}
              (__(\
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                Quote Originally Posted by RadioSilence
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                big space nerd here.

                Reminds me, I need to drag the 'scope out to the garden more often.




                neighbor girls tanning themselves again?
                {O,O}
                (__(\
                " "

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                  I live right down the road from one of the darkest places on the east coast so yeah we get some really good views

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                    Quote Originally Posted by RoboPimp
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                    I live right down the road from one of the darkest places on the east coast




                    Harlem?
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                    @Jenesis

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                        I live just 3 miles from space.

























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                          Quote Originally Posted by Jenesis
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                          Harlem?




                          At the wet shop








                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3887t3M4llI
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                            Quote Originally Posted by ToonHollow
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                            Recently finished reading "A Short History of Nearly Everything" by Bill Bryson and rekindled my love for anything astronomy related.










                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6xJzAYYrX8

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                              The same effect that produces the doppler shift is also how we were able to see that the universe is expanding.





                              Staaay on target!

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