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1  General Category / Photography / Re: M13 Picture on: June 11, 2009, 06:18:42 pm
Very nice Jeff...you have resolved that core beautifully. Keep up the good work.  Smiley
Thanks Martin. weather permitting I have more to come.
2  General Category / Photography / M13 Picture on: April 20, 2009, 04:08:24 pm


I took this picture of M13 early Saturday morning. 40 X30 stacked at iso 800.
3  General Category / General Forum / Virus Alert, All Users. on: March 03, 2009, 04:25:51 pm
In your fackbook inbox there could be a link there that sends you to you tube.The message says " There is a video about you on the street." DO NOT CLICK ON THIS LINK!!! It will tell you to update your video codecs, when you do you got the worm. I just seen this on CNN.
4  General Category / General Forum / 365 Days Of Astronomy. on: January 22, 2009, 11:30:11 pm
Enjoy a podcasts about astronomy at http://365daysofastronomy.org/ this is part of the 365 days of Astronomy.And IYA 2009.
5  General Category / Weather & Atmospherics / From My Weather Page. on: January 03, 2009, 07:49:21 am
The following video was taken with my camcorder in the early morning of August 5th, 2002. If I rememeber the Friday before was my birthday and I made it a long weekend. Increadible low budget weather noncense from me, it is raw completely and totally real. check it out. I figure everyone likes a good thunderstorm, especially when you cant see stars. ENJOY THE WILD RIDE. Florida cant conpare to a lake effect thunderstorm from Akron Ohio.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8uWklOrIjU
6  General Category / Astronomy & Space / Larry King With Military Officials. UFO Talk. on: December 31, 2008, 09:56:30 pm
The topic of discussion is UFO's sited over missile installations. Tonight 9PM December 31st 2008. On CNN.
7  General Category / Introductions / Re: Hello from Akron Ohio. on: December 17, 2008, 02:00:11 pm
Hi interstellaryeller. Thanks very much for joining the forum! It's fabulous to have another member from the States. Tyler was our first. I'm sure we can all learn from one another on here. The more minds the better.

I wish you clear skies and successful imaging.
Thanks,  but most of my imaging will be done a armchair, winter coming here it might even snow tonight. And thats a couple of weeks early for here.
Yes it is winter here as well. but thats makes for extra clear night skies.
8  General Category / Introductions / Re: Hello from Akron Ohio. on: December 17, 2008, 01:46:49 pm
Hi Jeff and welcome here. Nice Jupiter on your site  Smiley
I enjoy taking them and posting for all to see. Thanks
9  General Category / Astronomy & Space / Re: Apollo's Finest Hour. on: November 24, 2008, 10:18:57 pm
 If you guys are out and about, look for a 3 dvd set called the mighty saturns. It goes into details of the engine and a lot of raw launch footage. great sounding to.
10  General Category / Astronomy & Space / Re: Apollo's Finest Hour. on: November 16, 2008, 02:18:56 am
It was the finest era of modern rocketry the Apollo craft with its five massive J-1 engines was without a doubt a true beast. The engine itself produced more power that every river in North America combined. All we have left are movies of this fine era. Which dont due justice to the chest rattling thunder it produced during launch. My hat goes off to the people that worked on Apollo. It was the most complex machine of its time. However I would have enjoyed watching a Apollo - Nova launch. And a special congradulations for Gene Kranz. He didnt ask what the "Aquarius" module was designed to do, he asked what can it do. Bringing the astronauts home in a life boat and what a life boat, and that was truly nasa's finest hour. Grin Grin Grin
Thanks for sharing the video Paul It was awesome.
11  General Category / Astronomy & Space / Apollo's Finest Hour. on: November 14, 2008, 06:54:57 pm
It was the finest era of modern rocketry the Apollo craft with its five massive J-1 engines was without a doubt a true beast. The engine itself produced more power that every river in North America combined. All we have left are movies of this fine era. Which dont due justice to the chest rattling thunder it produced during launch. My hat goes off to the people that worked on Apollo. It was the most complex machine of its time. However I would have enjoyed watching a Apollo - Nova launch. And a special congradulations for Gene Kranz. He didnt ask what the "Aquarius" module was designed to do, he asked what can it do. Bringing the astronauts home in a life boat and what a life boat, and that was truly nasa's finest hour. Grin Grin Grin
12  General Category / Astronomy & Space / Leonids Meteor Shower Peak. on: November 13, 2008, 09:59:34 pm
In the wee moring hours on Noverber 17th the leonid meteor shower will peak. There should be about 15 or so meteors, good luck.
13  General Category / Astronomy & Space / Asteroid Apophis 2004MN4 on: November 06, 2008, 10:12:47 pm
Asteroid Apophis 2004MN4 will come within 29000 km/ 18000 mi of striking the Earth on April 13th, 2029 this asteroid will come inside the orbits of most of are major satellites. This asteriod is the size of 3 football fields and if it hits a 400km gravitational keyhole as it sling shots aroung us then it will return in 2036 for impact. check out the videos on my site.Astronomy and Pictures, See the damage that can happen.
14  General Category / Astronomy & Space / 1995 Harvest Moon on: October 31, 2008, 02:13:04 pm
Vote on your favorite telescope @Astronomy And Pictures.
15  General Category / Introductions / Re: Hello from Akron Ohio. on: October 26, 2008, 10:21:04 pm
Hi interstellaryeller. Thanks very much for joining the forum! It's fabulous to have another member from the States. Tyler was our first. I'm sure we can all learn from one another on here. The more minds the better.

I wish you clear skies and successful imaging.
Thanks,  but most of my imaging will be done a armchair, winter coming here it might even snow tonight. And thats a couple of weeks early for here.
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