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In response to: What a week!

don pullen [Member]
It's nice to see that since the weather is getting nicer, more and more members are getting out and observing. Tyneside is great location to observe from and is convenient for everyone.
Thanks for the report Steve.
PermalinkPermalink 2013-05-20 @ 11:47

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John GAUVREAU [Member]
Thanks, Don!
PermalinkPermalink 2013-03-18 @ 00:01

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don pullen [Member]
Nice shot John. Nicely exposed with the city in the foreground.
PermalinkPermalink 2013-03-16 @ 19:44

In response to: Comet Hergenrother in Pegasus

Jim WAMSLEY [Member]
Great shot Ann well done
PermalinkPermalink 2012-10-15 @ 12:34

In response to: Comet Hergenrother in Pegasus

don pullen [Member]
Nicely done Ann & Bill.
PermalinkPermalink 2012-10-14 @ 14:26

In response to: Comet Hergenrother in Pegasus

John GAUVREAU [Member]
Wonderful! Even if it didn't show up visually through the light pollution of the city, it certainly shows nicely in your photo, even sporting a clearly visible tail! Well done!
PermalinkPermalink 2012-10-13 @ 09:40

In response to: Cosmology group meeting

John GAUVREAU [Member]
I had a great time at cosmology. Looking forward to astrophotography! (I have a lot to learn!)
PermalinkPermalink 2012-10-01 @ 08:23

In response to: Impact on Jupiter

don pullen [Member]
Heard about this while at Black Forest Star Party. I tried to spot it one it night in my scope and thru a larger scope another night without luck. Later found out that no scar appeared this time - probably accounts for why we didn't see anything.
PermalinkPermalink 2012-09-22 @ 22:33

In response to: Black Forest Star Party 2012

don pullen [Member]
Good report Matthew. Thanks for posting.
PermalinkPermalink 2012-09-22 @ 22:31

In response to: Impact on Jupiter

John GAUVREAU [Member]
Cool!
PermalinkPermalink 2012-09-14 @ 13:07

In response to: VENUS TRANSIT .. 5 June 2012

don pullen [Member]
Nice image Mike and Therese.
PermalinkPermalink 2012-06-07 @ 15:30

In response to: March 31 Grimsby Public Stargazing Event

don pullen [Member]
Great images Ann and thanks for posting. It was a lot of fun and we had a great turn out. We've been lucky that the weather has cooperated for us each time we've gone to this location and get good crowds. Nice bonus with the lights being off for Earth Hour.
PermalinkPermalink 2012-04-03 @ 20:48

In response to: Io, Its Shadow and The Great Red Spot

John GAUVREAU [Member]
I have to echo Matthew and Don. Amazing image! Well done!
PermalinkPermalink 2011-11-06 @ 18:06

In response to: Io, Its Shadow and The Great Red Spot

don pullen [Member]
Well done Ann!
PermalinkPermalink 2011-11-06 @ 11:12

In response to: Io, Its Shadow and The Great Red Spot

matthewm [Member]
Nice going Ann!
PermalinkPermalink 2011-11-06 @ 10:37

In response to: CME Impact October 24

Tekatch Ann [Member]
Update: October 25/11

Keith Mann and his family were at our alternate observing site (Tyneside Road)last night. Here are their observations of the aurora:

Date: 24 Oct 2011
Time: Approx. 2130-2300
Location: HAA Binbrook Site 2 (Tyneside Road) 43.114755, -79.879906

Weather: Clear
Temp: Approx 8C dropping
Humidity:
Moon: None
Darkness: Good, light pollution to north
Seeing: V. Good (4/5)

Observation #: 1
Time: Approx. 2130
Object: Aurora Borealis
Instrument: None
Position: Entire northern sky

First visible as we drove to site. Shimmering curtain-like aurora
visible across entire northern sky, especially western half, above
light-pollution to at least 60 degrees declination. Colour lightening
from bright green (lower) through white (higher). Visible for about 15
minutes. Suzanne's notes:

"Late in the evening, between 9:00 and 10:00, Keith and I drove along
Tyneside Road. I just happened to look up to my right and saw the most
amazing lights: like drapes ? green on top and red on bottom ? they
seemed to cover the sky no matter where I looked."
PermalinkPermalink 2011-10-25 @ 19:21

In response to: Camping under the Aurora

John GAUVREAU [Member]
Awesome! So great so see aurora agin, Nicely done, Dave!
PermalinkPermalink 2011-08-16 @ 17:05

In response to: Camping under the Aurora

steveg [Member]
That's an excellent photos. It really captures the essence that Aurora's are green!
PermalinkPermalink 2011-08-13 @ 19:29

In response to: Camping under the Aurora

Tekatch Ann [Member]
What a beautiful photo, Dave. I love the eerie reflection in the water.

Looks like another calendar photo to me. (hint, hint)
PermalinkPermalink 2011-08-13 @ 12:07

In response to: Useful links for the summer

steveg [Member]
Here's a link to the article about Kerry-Ann

Article

Steve
PermalinkPermalink 2011-06-10 @ 16:45

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