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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Toliman on Today at 08:34:26 am »
For me, light pollution is not a problem.
For me not too, fortunatelly.
Even on my urban sky I can see bright star clouds of milky way and several places with very good night sky are just 40-60 minutes of drive from my home.
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Music / Re: What are you currently listening to?
« Last post by TEAgaming2154 on Today at 08:31:14 am »
PC gamers will know this song.
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Movies/TV / Re: The Video of the day
« Last post by Toliman on Today at 08:30:00 am »
The one I told you about in the astronomy thread.
Yeah, I remember ... I think



There is next bribht piece from October 2015:



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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by TEAgaming2154 on Today at 08:13:07 am »
For me, light pollution is not a problem. I just need to be willing to drive for around 20 minutes out of town and endure the cold. From there, I can see a lot.
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Spam / Re: what are you up to at the moment, ma tsmuk?
« Last post by Toliman on Today at 07:11:46 am »
Srane. But the new option place didn't work for me. I'd rather drive longer and have a fun job than be in a work's straight jacket. Didn't go for it so I am now signing the contract with my current workplace.
I have a lot of freedom there, and I got a contract to work 4 days a week!! :D
Yeah, I completelly understand.
In any case - seykxel sì nitram! :)



on topic: fix some things
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Toliman on Today at 06:51:57 am »
I'm still watching the Sun.
I am still watching the clouds...  :(

M71 is a new object on the list. Too bad it's faint.
On dark sky, M71 is quite bright cluster (I know, light pollution...). This cluster is good visible already through little binocular when sky conditions are good.
M71 is interesting globular cluster - it have not such regular globular shape as other globular clusters and the brightest stars of this cluster are relatively bright (11mag) - I can see many of them through my 12inch telescope.
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by TEAgaming2154 on Yesterday at 10:46:03 pm »
Unfortunately it will be cloudy for a while here, and when it does clear up, the moon will be out. I guess I'll have to wait until October.
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Vawmataw on Yesterday at 09:29:54 pm »
I'm still watching the Sun. According to Solar Ham, there will be new sunspots in the next few days. A new one has appeared but will be visible only in 10 days. (link: http://www.solarham.net/farside.htm)

On the night side, I've watched a couple of objects: NGC 457, NGC 752, NGC 869, NGC 884, IC 4665, M2, M13, M15, M29, M71 and M92.
M71 is a new object on the list. Too bad it's faint.
I've also seen two meteors, two unidentified flares, Epsilon Lyrae, Uranus and Saturn.
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Spam / Re: what are you up to at the moment, ma tsmuk?
« Last post by Blue Elf on Yesterday at 03:10:51 pm »
Srane. But the new option place didn't work for me. I'd rather drive longer and have a fun job than be in a work's straight jacket. Didn't go for it so I am now signing the contract with my current workplace.
I have a lot of freedom there, and I got a contract to work 4 days a week!! :D
Sound well - seykxel sì nitram!

on topic: preparing last period LEP submission. We are somehow delayed..... pak!  :palulukan:
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Vawmataw on Yesterday at 10:42:55 am »
Nice! New sunspot ... I just need at least partly cloudy sky ...

If that sunspot is bigger than that currently hidden sunspot ... did you try see it just by naked eye through filter?
No. It's still too small so you still need a tool.
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