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2010/2011 winter eclipses

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Roman White
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« on: December 21, 2010, 08:12:35 pm »

Congats for Keith and Brian!  Smiley I just love those shots in front of the blue sky and snowy backround - it reminds me Feb. 2008 eclipse, but then totality occured while still dark (5 AM), so I have never seen the eclipse like that.

And special congratultations for Martin - I agree, it worth an effort, even if the result is a few seconds glimpse. The same 'success' as you I've got in Mar.2007 (overcast and rain, then broken clouds, then overcast and fog).

Last night I was completely clouded out, it cleared only during next moonrise.

Why don't I see any threads about the upcoming eclipses?  Huh,2845.0.html
Welcome back Roman - I was beginning to think that you'd deserted us!  Smiley
Oh yeah, that is, but one cannot post replies to it...
No, Andy, I've not deserted, I simply spare very few time for astronomy last time, so I check the forum once a few weeks but usually forget to post. You know, it's sometimes frustrating when you're busy and the weather is mostly bad, therefore the scope may stay indoors for a month or so... Embarrassed
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