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    Default PHOTO OF THE WEEK, M101



    This is probably my last word on M101. I have imaged it with film, CCD,
    monochrome and color; with telescopes from 4" to 16".

    This week's image was taken with the 10" telescope and MX716 camera during a
    rare break in the clouds and is my favorite.

    js
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    Default PHOTO OF THE WEEK, M101

    >PHOTO OF THE WEEK: http://schmidling.netfirms.com/weekly.htm


    Jack, great image! I was looking at M101 last night with my little TV76.
    BTW, you should update your sig. Your photo of the week is now here...

    http://schmidling.netfirms.com/pow.htm


    -Florian
    Stargazing.com


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    Default PHOTO OF THE WEAK, M101

    Nuff said.

    "Jack Schmidling" <arf@mc.net> wrote in message
    news:f31de190.0407122009.1fa0b2b3@posting.google.c om...
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    Default PHOTO OF THE WEAK, M101

    "Anton Walters" <watssa@no.net> wrote in message news:<Y9%Ic.8423$kK.686@newsread3.news.atl.earthli nk.net>...


    http://schmidling.netfirms.com/pow.htm

    It sure gives the impression of a lot of that space under pressure
    spiraling down a giant drain, doesn't it, oc?

    Double-A

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    Default PHOTO OF THE WEAK, M101

    On 14 Jul 2004 16:01:45 -0700, double-a@hush.com (Double-A) wrote:

    You found something? I found the link had changed, but it just keept
    sending me circles through other menus.

    Roger Halstead (K8RI & ARRL life member)
    (N833R, S# CD-2 Worlds oldest Debonair)
    www.rogerhalstead.com


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    Default PHOTO OF THE WEAK, M101

    Wow - one of the weakest galaxies out there!

    Now take M31... There's a STRONG galaxy!



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    Default PHOTO OF THE WEAK, M101

    Howard Lester posted:


    Oh, there are a *lot* of other galaxies that are "weaker" than M101. M101 has
    looked pretty good when compared to big faint diffuse guys like IC 1613 in
    Cetus. Last week at NSP, M101 showed its spiral structure fairly well in my
    NexStar 9.25GPS at about 78x. It's no M51, but it isn't all that horrid
    either. Clear skies to you.
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    Default PHOTO OF THE WEAK, M101

    Nice Joke.

    I clicked 7 different links, and still never saw a Photograph. If
    it's not a Joke, Maybe some Organization is in Order?
    Tomson

 

 

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