Wednesday, April 14, 2004
Spaceweather.com

Today I added the an interesting link to my links pages, spaceweather.com, a site with news and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids.

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Tuesday, April 13, 2004
Lunar observing report March 28th 2004

Today I added a detailed lunar observing report with digital pics to the solar system section. Just follow this link to get there.

Posted by Math on 04/13 at 02:01 AM | filed in: Lunar log | Print
Monday, April 12, 2004
Deepsky Top-100 (01 through 09) moved to deepsky section

Today I moved the Deep Sky Top 100 objects 1 through 9 to the Deepsky section. Follow this link to get there.

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Sunday, April 11, 2004
Binocular objects 1 through 3 moved to deepsky section

Today I moved the binocular objects 1 through 3 to the deepsky section. Follow this link to get there.

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Thursday, April 01, 2004
10-inch Skywatcher and the Moon

On Tuesday the 30th of March I observed together with a fellow observer who just lives down the road. He owns several telescopes but tonight we tested the Skywatcher 10-inch newton on an equatorial mount. We compared views of the moon, planets and some deepsky objects, using different eyepieces. We also took some pics of the moon and saturn. I will post a bigger lunar image next week in the solar system section. Here is a first unprocessed image we took with the Nikon Coolpix 4500, a Vixen Lanthanum 25mm eyepiece and the 10-inch Skywatcher telescope.

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Saturday, March 27, 2004
Deepsky with a 12 inch dob

Last night I observed a few deepsky objects with a fellow observer, Joop Wiersma, using his 12-inch f /4 Orion Optics UK Newton on a home-build Dobson mount. The conditions where terrible. We had sky-glow right into the zenith, due to the moist atmosphere.  We still enjoyed viewing some deep sky objects from

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Friday, March 26, 2004
Four Jupiter moons lined up

Tonight I observed Jupiter.  The 4 big Moons all could be seen on one side of Jupiter. Even at low magnification I could detect see Jupiter divided into 7 different zones and bands.......follow this link to read the full story

Posted by Math on 03/26 at 02:24 AM | filed in: Planets | Print
Wednesday, March 24, 2004
Observing Jupiter, Saturn and Mizar

On March 17th 2004 I started my observing session with Saturn about 19.00hrs UT from my own backyard. The seeing was great. It had been 20 degrees Celsius all day and I .....follow this link to read the full story

Posted by Math on 03/24 at 11:13 AM | filed in: Planets | Print
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