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Zodiacal Light From Glenshane - March 7th-14th

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« Reply #15 on: March 09, 2010, 11:46:42 pm »

3rd night in a row watching the Zodiacal Light, this time shared the experience with Dr. Andy McCrea and his wife from the IAA up on the Glenshane Pass. We watched the ZL for 1hr 10min's, Andy confirmed it was brighter than the Milky Way. Fantastic session. Will post images shortly

Superb Martin, I look forward to the pickies Smiley

I've just not had clear skies at the right times since the weekend. Lovely and clear in the morning when I have to go to work, then cloudy by hometime.  I will look though next time it is clear on an early evening from the loft window.  How long is the zodiacal light favourable for viewing from our latitudes?
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