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Help! Jupiter deflecting meteoroids.

Hey, I am doing an EPQ project about how Jupiter can deflect meteoroids but I am struggling with the research. If anyone knows of any books or other resources on the topic can you please tell me. Thank :| you!
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Sir Patrick Moore 3D exhibition in Selsey Sir Patrick Moore 3D exhibition in Selsey

Sir Patrick Moore 3D exhibition

This exhibition recreates Sir Patricks study at his home "Farthings" with original items on show owned by Sir Patrick, will be open to the Public, every week in July on Thursdays and Fridays and every day in August 10:00 a.m till 4:00 p.m. Free admittance.

The 3D display is located within the Selsey Cricket Club Pavilion and will be a permanent visual reminder of Sir Patrick’s personality, to include original ...
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Jupiter's and Saturn's Moons always lose a day!

Why do you draw the moons charts for Jupiter and Saturn with a day missing? For example, in the August
issue there is only data for 30 days (since there are 31 'midnights'). The dates are adjacent to the lines,
which represent midnight - but is that midnight at the start or finish of that date? If it's the start of the !st, then the 31st is missing.
Why don't you do it the way ...
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Another "is this telescope for me" question

Hello all

I was shopping around on the on the internet earlier when I came across a used Skywatcher Explorer 200P Telescope + EQ5 Mount. It was addvertised as being a good scope for astrophotography and was just wondering if i could get a second opinion on please? Any input on this would be very much appreciated.

Thanks :)
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A biginers photography problems... help?

Hi guys.

I have an Astro master 130EQ MD with a:130 mm (5.12 in) appature, a 650 mm (25.59 in) focal length and a focal ratio of 5 (the mount is a CG-3 Equatorial) and whenever my girlfriend and I try taking photos of planets or galaxies using a DSLR (DX40) we just seem to get "white blobs" with no fetures what so ever. I was just wondering if we are doing anything wrong or ...
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Question for Moderators: Free online stuff

I'm currently writing for a free online magazine. Am I allowed to "advertise" here?

I do not make any money from it.
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July so far

Mostly solar and lunar but also been trying out a filter for an equipment review.

I've also done some constellations and Melotte 20 (Alpha Persei cluster).

Click here: http://sungazer127mak.blogspot.co.uk/20 ... -2014.html
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Ballinskellig Astrocamp 2014

A group of Amateur Astronomers from clubs in Ireland will be heading to Europe's only Gold Tier Dark Sky site
in South Kerry... The dates have been finally agreed on and they are Aug 22nd-24th.. We will be meeting up and staying at Skellig Lodge in Ballinskelligs, Co Kerry at 7.30pm on Friday 22nd.. This will be a free event designed totally around observing with speakers and workshops on Saturday 23rd from 1pm.. You will ...
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Antikythera mechanism

I'm sure that most of you good folks here will be familiar with the Antikythera Mechanism - the 2100 year old gear driven orrery like machine found in a ship wreck off Greece.
For those that only have vague recollections of this incredible device, it was a machine the size of a shoe box that could accurately predict where in the heavens to look for all the major heavenly bodies known at the time. It ...
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June Report and Video

Due to the lack of dark skies during the week and cloudy skies at weekends, most of my images are of the Sun and Moon (not that they're that boring) but there's pics of Aquila and Cygnus showing some of the faint surrounding constellations.


http://sungazer127mak.blogspot.com/2014/06/june-2014.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNcb3Yu ... xg&index=7
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