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Occultation of Mars 27 July

On day July 23, 2011 will happen an occultation of Mars visible from French Polynesia, Chile, Peru and Argentina.

www.pierpaoloricci.it/eventi/occ-27-07-11_eng.htm
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Asteroid Earth crossing at only 12000 kms from us

A little asteroid, with diameter of only 13 meter, will pass on June 27 (13:26 TDT) at 0.000123 A.U. from the Earth, 12000 kilometers from us.

www.pierpaoloricci.it/news_eng.htm
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Occultation of Venus

On the morning of 30 June will be an occultation of Venus visible from north Africa, Asia and Oceania.

www.pierpaoloricci.it/eventi/occ-30-06-11_eng.htm
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Superb Prominence Display

I haven't processed my photos yet and I don't think they do it justice but there's a great prominence display visible in narrowband hydrogen alpha equipment.
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What's Up for March 2011 ?

What's Up for March ?

I am really delighted and honoured to have one of my paintings inspired by the sun
on the NASA Solar System Exploration page this month.


You can listen to What's Up for March 2011 in many formats
Here is the link , check out my painting

http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/whatsup-view.cfm?WUID=784

Deirdre Kelleghan
http://www.deirdrekelleghan.net/


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Discovery and ISS Photo op

Just a heads up notice....

The shuttle and ISS will be visible to the south travelling W to E on Friday between about 6.30 and 6.50 depending where you are and Saturday night at a similar time. Saturday is a better pass being more overhead.

I also think this is the last shuttle mission for Discovery! .... So it really is a bit special if you can capture it..... Good luck

Only two more shuttle ...
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Possible Aurora tonight?

A coronal mass ejection from an X-class flare should hit us about now. I'm too far south to see any aurorae but it could be visible from northern parts of the UK and south if we're lucky.
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Simultaneous greatest elongations of Mercury and Venus

I have listed the dates when Mercury and Venus have their greatest elongation with a time difference of only 3 days until 2100

www.pierpaoloricci.it/dati/elongazionisimul_eng.htm
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Grazing Occultation, 2011 Feb 12/13

http://www.wessex-astro.org.uk/grazingoccultation.html
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Spatial close approaches between asteroids

Minimum spatial approaches (below 100000 kms) between asteroids with diameter over 10 kilometers

www.pierpaoloricci.it/dati/avvicinamentiasteroidi_eng.htm
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