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Introducing My Log Book: A Formal Exploration Volumes 1 to 8

February 28, 2024
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Roger Nelson
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My Log Book Introduction Welcome to my log book, where I document my journey and experiences. This blog post will delve into the meaningful moments and valuable insights I’ve gained along the way. As I share my personal reflections, I
Observe the Herschel 400, Herschel400

Achieve and Enjoy – Observe the Herschel 400

February 28, 2024
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Roger Nelson
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Observe the Herschel 400 Part I Update Feb 24, 2024: I have continued with my observing projects, but more looking at things that are brighter and more easily seen with my smaller Telescope.  However more have been captured, I think
Cantaloupe Moon

Behold the 12-Day Cantaloupe Moon

February 28, 2024
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Roger Nelson
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Behold the 12-Day Cantaloupe Moon Welcome, dear readers, to a delightful exploration of the enchanting Cantaloupe Moon. This celestial phenomenon  which I describe here, known for its mesmerizing beauty and ephemeral appearance, has captivated sky gazers for generations. Join us
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Exciting Astronomy Website Developments

February 15, 2024
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Roger Nelson
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Website Developments Exciting developments have taken place on all of our websites! We have introduced a brand new section that allows you to track updates and easily access links to recently added or updated items. This change means that you

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Saturn's Rings

Saturn’s Rings Transit (Pass in Front of) Star γ2 Sagittarii

February 23, 2024
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Roger Nelson
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Saturn’s Rings Transit In 1989 I observed the transit of a 28 Sgr  or γ2 Sagittarii, a fairly bright star, and Saturn’s Rings.  Such an event does not happen all that often with a star of that brightness at around magnitude
Kemble's Cascade

Beauty abounds in Kemble’s Cascade and NGC 1502

February 22, 2024
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Roger Nelson
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Kemble’s Cascade – a beautiful cascade of faint stars tumbling Kemble’s Cascade (designated Kemble 1) is an asterism located in the constellation Camelopardalis. It is an apparent straight line of more than 20 colourful 5th to 10th magnitude stars over
Jupiter and Moons.

Jupiter from Ralf Klein Park

February 18, 2024
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Roger Nelson
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Jupiter from Ralf Klein Park Each picture tells a story and this one it’s in the title: Jupiter from Ralf Klein Park.  This one is clearly a composite of two photos, each with a different exposure time. I enlarged the
Mars Opposition 1988

Mars Opposition 1988

February 18, 2024
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Roger Nelson
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Mars Opposition 1988 Mars reached opposition, (Mars Opposition 1988) when it was opposite to the Sun in the sky in September 1988. Lying in the constellation Cetus, it was visible for much of the night, reaching its highest point in

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