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  1. A Hail of an M44
  2. First light for the M2C mount, and chasing doubles in the moonlight
  3. A Moonlight Stroll
  4. A Morning Session
  5. Starlog - 5/12/2019 - Mother's Day Fun
  6. Timely Clearing at Sunol
  7. Clear Saturday night fever.
  8. The good news is...
  9. Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore
  10. AL Special Award - Apollo Anniversary
  11. A Few First Lights
  12. The Moon May 8th, my shortest report ever...
  13. A Welcome Break from Clouds and Rain!
  14. The Mighty Quasar vs The Lowly 4-inch Refractor
  15. May 6th 2019
  16. Finally!
  17. Ursa galaxies and the Pinwheel Galaxy under the m̶i̶c̶r̶o̶- tele-scope.
  18. Star Wars day brought clear skies
  19. Up and out of the fog
  20. First light - the C80's new focuser
  21. Clouds, Rain, Clouds, Rain.......and more Clouds
  22. Tried To Kick the Football Again...
  23. M13, M92, M3 globulars
  24. A Fuzzy Night
  25. Old School High Magnification on narrow double star.
  26. Why every night can’t be like this?!
  27. April Report
  28. Evening with the Galileoscope (4-30-19)
  29. A Dwarf and a Quasar
  30. Observing night 04/29/2019
  31. Another dark sky weekend
  32. Hoping for a little positive mojo.
  33. Got me a nice hat - big bino session
  34. A short morning session after a long cloud induced hiatus
  35. Observing report 26 April 2019.
  36. First Views With New Scope
  37. Observing Report for 22 April 2019 - dark sky galaxy hunting in Sextans
  38. Markarian unchained pt. 1
  39. I got out!
  40. A Couple of Sessions on a Warm night and morning
  41. Lyrid count
  42. Another Carbon Night
  43. Two difficult urban targets: Galaxy 4565 and Globular 5466
  44. Back to some serious observing (4-21-19)
  45. Easter Moon Fascination, and the Black X Feature
  46. nFA's observing reports April 18, 2019
  47. Seeing Stars in the Daytime
  48. It happened...
  49. Some minor mods and a session with the NexStar 102GT (4-16-19)
  50. Messeir 70 badge challenge.
  51. Virgo Galaxies
  52. StarLog - 2019-04-14 - Driveway Outreach
  53. Testing a Refurbished 5” Newtonian (4-13-19)
  54. 13.4.19 0100-0500 cdst
  55. Observing reports, 12/15 April 2019.
  56. First light 2019
  57. Brief Report on the Night of the galaxies
  58. NexStar 102GT (4-13-19)
  59. Observing Report for 10 April 2019 - some more galaxy hunting
  60. Messier 30 Certificate Report Completion
  61. Please help. Problems adding files to album or attachments to a post.
  62. 130mm Newt on a Celestron NexStar SLT mount (4-10-19)
  63. Monday April 8th
  64. StarLog - 2019-04-08 - Seeing the Space Station
  65. Weird one
  66. First Light, Sky Watcher AZ-GTi GoTo mount – it’s shamefully easy! :D
  67. Observing at the Salton Sea (4-6-19)
  68. Finallly!!!
  69. Too Old To Do It All Night Long...
  70. An Hour in the Big Dipper's Bowl
  71. M42 and M44 using Oberwerk 25X100
  72. Anza!!
  73. Observing Report for 31 March 2019 - well, it was interesting
  74. Fine Way To Start The Day!
  75. March Report
  76. Companion images to First Light with C80
  77. Messier 30 certificate report forum.
  78. Sh2-308, Monoceros Loop VMT 10, Abell 31, and more on 30th March, 2019
  79. Observing Report for 27 March 2019 - galaxies galore (Part 2 of 2)
  80. First light with the C80
  81. Jupiter's Moons Naked-Eye?
  82. NexStar again, with the Meade Polaris 70
  83. Lightweight observing session with the NexStar (3-29-19)
  84. First light on Leica 18-9 mm ASPH eyepiece
  85. Observing Report for 27 March 2019 - galaxies galore (Part 1 of 2)
  86. An Evening of Northern Galaxies
  87. Late Reporting...Culpeper Group
  88. Bino Messiers
  89. NexStar GOTO session with the 70mm Meade Polaris
  90. Testing the new switches on the parking lot lights
  91. I See Three Four Two
  92. Alpha Centauri- observing project for southern hemisphere & equatorial observers
  93. Did Any Way Northerners See The Aurora?
  94. 17 March 2019
  95. The Wife Threw Me Out!
  96. 30 binocular Messiers under the waning Moon on 22nd March 2019-03-22
  97. Doubles, carbons, asteroids.
  98. On this day
  99. Doubles and Baader T2 (Zeiss) prism.
  100. 2019, March 19, Tuesday, 04:20 ~ 05:15
  101. Almost an observing report....
  102. Morning of 3-18-2019 6:00 AM
  103. Half a night's better than none!
  104. Comparisons between two 70mm and a 60mm 'frac
  105. Night of March 16th
  106. night of 3/15 morning of 3/16
  107. Owls and Voles, two sessions
  108. Night of 3/13/2019
  109. A Night with the 5 inch Unitron
  110. 2019, March 13, Wednesday, 06:30 ~ 06:45
  111. 2019, March 12, Tuesday, 01:30 ~ 01:40
  112. Occultation by 433 Eros tonight
  113. Oc ngc 2232
  114. One quick try for the Seagull through heavy LP
  115. Early March in the desert
  116. Hmmm??? What to do tonight?
  117. Binocular DSOs and SQM measuring the site
  118. Eridanus Loop, Sh2-205, and Abell 31 through binoculars on the 27th February, 2019
  119. Suckerhole in Auriga
  120. Well This Happened
  121. Short break in clouds
  122. A quick session after the storm
  123. Just can't beat them!
  124. Have UHC filter, will travel.
  125. February Report
  126. Paddling through Mare Nubium
  127. Comet, asteroids and doubles
  128. Splodgy McSplodgeface
  129. Mercury Setting
  130. Galaxy trucking
  131. A Cabin Fever Short Session
  132. I missed y'all!
  133. Well, that wasn't half bad!!!
  134. The Dalek & the Beehives
  135. Observing night 02/25/2019
  136. The Pup again, color of M42, and The Seagull Nebula
  137. 80mm and my dining room window
  138. Not much, but just right!
  139. Observing with Two Small Refractors
  140. Under the smoke..
  141. It seems like forever since I last got some time under the stars
  142. An Asteroid, But No Comet
  143. The Pup
  144. A short session
  145. Before the Moon
  146. A Tasty Session!
  147. Comparing a premium 6 inch refractor & premium 6 inch newtonian reflector
  148. Iwamoto in a small observation window
  149. Icing on the Cake
  150. Last Friday night - simple pleasures
  151. A new KK Ortho, quick trial and ol' Luna.
  152. Farming a comet
  153. Orion = Yogi bear, a report.
  154. Cracking clear night for a re-boot.
  155. Why I must see Thor’s Helmet when Moon is shining
  156. Observing Report for 13 February 2019 - A comet and other things
  157. Observing Report for 12 February 2019 - a fine way to spend two hours
  158. More Southern Targets - Pulling/Pushing the Focuser Tube
  159. C 2018 Y1 Iwamoto through the binoculars tonight
  160. Dostoevsky lives in my Push-to controller
  161. Going South to Horologium
  162. Another USNA Outreach...Cold, Windy and Cloudy
  163. More Misses than Hits
  164. Fornax, Eridanus and Caelum (2-6-19)
  165. Observing Report for 06 February 2019 - yeah, another typical night
  166. Revisiting Fornax (2-5-19)
  167. Observing Report for 05 February 2019 - another episode of dancing with the clouds
  168. Finally clear skies, NGC 2420
  169. Observing Report for 03 February 2017 - I went one for two then the game was called
  170. J.C. Penney 60mm F/13.3 Refractor – First Light
  171. Prowler 75's Observing report - 2/2/2019
  172. Observing Report for 01 February 2019 - the sky giveth and the sky taketh away
  173. Solar, lunar and Venus; and cold...
  174. January Report
  175. Up on the roof: southern skies
  176. Observing Report for 29 January 2019 - V for Victory!
  177. A quick look at Venus and Jupiter
  178. Jan 28 early AM Moon
  179. Observing Report for 27 January 2019 - dove droppings from a viscous sky
  180. Prowler75's short binocular session
  181. nFA's observing reports January 25, 2019
  182. May have caught SN 2019P last night
  183. Jan 20/21 eclipse and the cold
  184. Lost Maples State Natural Area Jan 19, 2019
  185. Both Punished and Spared by the Storm Sat/Sun
  186. Good Morning Venus and Jupiter!
  187. Return of the big Dog and his companion.
  188. Itching to Write a Report
  189. A cold -- and therefore short -- observing report.
  190. nFA's observing reports January 16, 2019
  191. Sweet baby j. And Hallelujah!
  192. First light – Orion Little Giant II 15x70 binos
  193. Lunar Eclipse January 20-21 2019
  194. Observing Report for 11 January 2019 - asterisms, clusters and clouds - oh my!
  195. Observing Report for 10 January 2019 - cloud dodging continued
  196. The Doctor in spite of the sky
  197. Remember Eros!
  198. Orion's belt and sword from my dining room
  199. Observing Report for 08 January 2019 - the milkman cometh
  200. Saturday, 1/5/2019
  201. Good Ole Fun With The Good Old Newt!
  202. 2nd date; Dubhe Dubhe Dew.
  203. Some pleasant nights with the big binoculars
  204. On the road again
  205. 360 Degrees of Constellations
  206. First date from hell
  207. Last session of 2018
  208. Clusters Run the Show
  209. December
  210. Dec 26th Moon
  211. More asteroid questing
  212. Orion in motion
  213. How to use my telescope
  214. nFA's observing reports December 26, 2018
  215. 46P/Wirtanen to X-Mas, 25th December 2018
  216. Guiding EQ6-R Pro with 40lb(18kg) AP gear
  217. Nothing beats the feeling
  218. Another belated 46P report
  219. One more Wirtanen report
  220. Messenger of the Gods
  221. Big binos make for frequent outings
  222. Pleiades&46P Wirtanen comet
  223. nFA's observing reports December 17-18, 2018
  224. First night out in months! Reward: high magnification on Mars
  225. Was able to spot 46p/Wirtanen
  226. Unusual Clear Morning With Big Bonus!
  227. Bino session mix and match
  228. My turn with 46P/Wirtanen
  229. First light for EQ6-R pro, 10" Orion Astropragh and Celestron 15x70 bino
  230. Last, but not least.
  231. Naked Eye Delights on a Spectacular Night
  232. My First (and last) Centaur!!
  233. Perseus clusters, Ursa Major doubles, and Baader T2 prism first light
  234. 46P/Wirtanen: Tonight on 12th Decemeber
  235. Another night, another session with the 25x100 Obies
  236. 46P Wirtanen, naked eye
  237. First light for new equipment, or How I Caught Myself a Comet
  238. A Tad Better This Time
  239. Where is Neptune hiding?
  240. Neptune, Wirtanen and (3) Juno - a two-eyed endeavor
  241. Another 46P Observation - My Second Comet!
  242. Finally Wirtanen, hard nut to crack.
  243. Hunting for 46P/Wirtanen
  244. Cloudy nights to Astronomy
  245. A Dirty Snowball in a Dirty Brown Sky
  246. Comet fail and trying to squeeze some lemonade out of a cloudy sky
  247. Climbing the ladder with Sculptor
  248. 46P/Wirtanen Chapter 2
  249. Ugh Clouds...
  250. Dang Clouds