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Science / Re: Space news topic and space related news
« Last post by Toliman on Yesterday at 10:27:41 am »
Stanford astrophysicists report first detection of light from behind a black hole
https://news.stanford.edu/2021/07/28/first-detection-light-behind-black-hole/
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Nice, it looks great! :)
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Toliman on Yesterday at 09:46:57 am »
M16*, M18*, M21*
*There seemed to be a tiny bit of nebulosity so I'm not sure
M16 - Eagle Nebula (xD), how good sky conditions were? Did you observed before moonrise?
Yes, I observed before moonrise. I would say the transparency was good although my telescope was wet (just not the lenses).
Of course it was just a bit of something around two stars, I didn't see the entire nebula. ;)
Yeah, then you could see the brightest part of this nebula :) With good transparency I was able to see this the brightest part of M16 even on urban sky through my first telescope, smaller refractor.

Did you tried similarly bright M20?
As I tried to observe to M21 I didn't see anything but stars nearby.
I remember that (with my first small telescope and urban sky) I was able to see usually also M20 when M16 was visible. Both nebulae are similarly bright but M20 has more southern declination.
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Vawmataw on Yesterday at 09:40:48 am »
M16*, M18*, M21*
*There seemed to be a tiny bit of nebulosity so I'm not sure
M16 - Eagle Nebula (xD), how good sky conditions were? Did you observed before moonrise?
Yes, I observed before moonrise. I would say the transparency was good although my telescope was wet (just not the lenses).
Of course it was just a bit of something around two stars, I didn't see the entire nebula. ;)
Yeah, then you could see the brightest part of this nebula :) With good transparency I was able to see this the brightest part of M16 even on urban sky through my first telescope, smaller refractor.

Did you tried similarly bright M20?
As I tried to observe to M21 I didn't see anything but stars nearby.
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Toliman on Yesterday at 09:32:19 am »
 
M16*, M18*, M21*
*There seemed to be a tiny bit of nebulosity so I'm not sure
M16 - Eagle Nebula (xD), how good sky conditions were? Did you observed before moonrise?
Yes, I observed before moonrise. I would say the transparency was good although my telescope was wet (just not the lenses).
Of course it was just a bit of something around two stars, I didn't see the entire nebula. ;)
Yeah, then you could see the brightest part of this nebula :) With good transparency I was able to see this the brightest part of M16 even on urban sky through my first telescope, smaller refractor.

Did you tried similarly bright M20?
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Vawmataw on Yesterday at 09:23:38 am »
M16*, M18*, M21*
*There seemed to be a tiny bit of nebulosity so I'm not sure
M16 - Eagle Nebula (xD), how good sky conditions were? Did you observed before moonrise?
Yes, I observed before moonrise. I would say the transparency was good although my telescope was wet (just not the lenses).
Of course it was just a bit of something around two stars, I didn't see the entire nebula. Same thing with M8, there was nebulosity around NGC 6530 and a pair of stars nearby, but it was more visible. ;)
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Hello my friends


I thank you. After the figure now the doll. :D


[Fate/Apocrypha] Ruler (Fashion Doll)


Jeanne D`Arc by Mandarake has arrived yesterday. She looks fantastic, but was complicated to dress.














A few photos from the garden. Since you can see the flag better. :)









Greetings,

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Posted on July 31, 2021 by Pawl


Kaltxì nìmun, ma frapo!

I hope you’ve been having fun coming up with new Na’vi proverbs and idioms. Now it’s time to submit your entries!

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As you’ll see, I’ve asked you to enter a 7-digit code (example: 9272031) that will be unique to you. I’ll announce the winning entries via these codes, and then the winners can identify themselves.

You can submit either one proverb, or one idiom, or one of each.

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Saturday, 7 August 2021, midnight PDT (Pacific Daylight Time).

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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Toliman on Yesterday at 04:00:59 am »
Nice observation! We had rain tonight hrh

That is good question, behavior of this nova is really unique. Really I am not sure why it behaves in this way.
And after being bright it's dim again HRH
Ngary, I am curious whether there will be any next surprise about this nova xD

M16*, M18*, M21*
*There seemed to be a tiny bit of nebulosity so I'm not sure
M16 - Eagle Nebula (xD), how good sky conditions were? Did you observed before moonrise?
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