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Started by DD1975, April 22, 2013, 11:58:51 AM

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DaveMorton

The last couple of mornings were a bust for viewing, because I slept through my alarms (must have been very tired). This morning, however, is a different story. I'll be hopping outside in about 10 minutes, and hope to see the ISS glide past, followed about a minute later by Cygnus. I'll report back when it's all over. :)
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DaveMorton

Well, this morning was a bust as well, because the only clouds in the sky were also to the north/northeast. Drat! :(

However, Jupiter is up in the mornings now, so I set up my brother's small telescope and had a good look at not only old Jove himself, but also several moons. That almost made up for it. :)
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Quote from: DaveMorton on September 21, 2013, 13:07:11 PM
However, Jupiter is up in the mornings now, so I set up my brother's small telescope and had a good look at not only old Jove himself, but also several moons. That almost made up for it. :)

Sounds good, It was worth it then  8)

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