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are globular clusters in fact galaxy's

Is it possible that globular clusters are galaxy's that has used up or should I say cleared up all the dust cloud. I don't know but found this article Originally posted to sci.astro on Dec 10, 2000. http://stupendous.rit.edu/richmond/answ ... bclus.html. If these clusters of millions of stars have cleared or lost the dust cloud does that not still make them galaxy's and should be added to the different types ...
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June Video

Here's my video from June. Due to the lack of darkness, many of my photos are of the Sun but there's a few lunar ones in there and one of Venus:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uzW5j7R ... SHl3LAi1xg
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Mars and Earth

It is assumed that the earth was once hit by a something large the same thing is assumed about Mars, is it only me that has put 2 & 2 together to come up with the theory that is it possible that Mars hit the Earth, or vice versa. Where Mars is currently positioned within the solar system it's very unlikely ever to had running water it's simply just too cold? But if Mars was ...
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New telescope

I just wanted to post as I just received my new telescope in the post today. It's my first scope; a Celestron Nexstar 4SE. After aligning the finder to the main scope in day light and entering the location data and so on, I took it to the local park, which is an open field with trees all around (so not too much light pollution). I couldn't get the computerized three star alignment to work ...
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Grantham astronomy groups

Anyone know of any amateur astronomy groups in or around Grantham?
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Avistack2

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I've had trouble getting some of my AVIs to stack, so I downloaded Avistack2 to try it out. So far, I'm rather impressed. It takes a long time to run, so you need patience and you may have problems loading the resulting images into your photo editing tools (especially if you use freeware as I do).

Firstly, my April blog entry has now been updated to include today's results for Avistack: ...
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Next month's sights

Hi,

I write a voluntary page in our parish mag each month on matters astronomical. I've been doing it for a few months now, and the usual format is to pick a constellation and describe it in general terms, then list the events of note taking place in the night sky over the month the magazine covers. The problem is that the copy for the article needs to be in by the 13th or so ...
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Rehab

I'm going to rehab for addiction to empanadas. As I get private medical insurance through my company, I'm going to the Priory.

In the meantime I've just finished by March video accompanied by Moonlight Shadow by Mike Oldfield
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I confess

Whilst the appearance of Comet PANSTARRS is a contributory factor, my family clubbed together to get me a DSLR for my birthday, so the weather is my fault.

Sorry, Folks.
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Planck Data

I think this will keep us for a while but it seems to suggest that cosmological inflation could be ruled out. I've never really accepted it because something must have driven it and then stopped it very soon afterwards. If inflation is ruled out or even found to be much smaller than previously thought, then it could mean that the universe has a "radius" of 13 800 million light years or not much more and ...
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