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  1. Stellarium -- a quick question
  2. Reminder to switch settings
  3. I hate cloudy nights
  4. what gives you the biggest buzz
  5. National Stargazing days Belgium / The Netherlands – March 7 -8 -9 2014
  6. First Light with my new ES102ED Triplet
  7. NEO Asteroid DX110
  8. Seeing Over a heated roof
  9. where do you go for weather information?
  10. 4am - Mars & Saturn
  11. Mars and Betelgeuse
  12. Asteroid Pallas Visable
  13. should be a great night for viewing one minor issue
  14. Regulus Occultation on 20 March 2014 - IOTA needs volunteer observers
  15. First real night of viewing
  16. The Darkest Sky You Ever Had?
  17. Project
  18. Asteroid near earth fly-by tonight (Feb 17, 2014)
  19. A Night of Planets and Experimentation
  20. any points of interest tonight?
  21. COMET Arend-Roland an What i Saw 1956-57
  22. Nice view of Jupe and the Moon
  23. Best eyepieces for DSO gazing?
  24. One of the best M82 images I've seen (with SN)
  25. Unique opportunity: Occultation of Regulus Mar 19/20
  26. Help me beat the clouds!
  27. strange object
  28. Looking for "must see" binocular targets to observe in Hawaii?
  29. M82 Possible Image of the Supernova
  30. Viewing M45
  31. fun facts about the M82 supernova
  32. first light recomendations
  33. Priority! Supernova in M82 - may soon be able to see with binocular!
  34. 17 nights in - sanity restored!
  35. Interpreting SQM Data
  36. Stargazing dates for your (electronic) diary
  37. Apparently don't bother looking for borealis until the chart goes nuts
  38. Viewing brief for Jan 6, 2014
  39. A star set to explode
  40. how to calculate star position?????
  41. Lyra Constellation
  42. Nova Centauri 2013 Turns Pink
  43. is the clock running out on Betelgeuse?
  44. Aperature need to see Andromeda galaxy in color?
  45. Stargazing parties
  46. Awesome image of Lovejoy and a meteor
  47. Winter stargazing: Gloves?
  48. First Look at Venus, Searching for Neptune & Uranus
  49. How Dark Is Your Sky? An Easy Way To Measure
  50. Seeing LMC/SMC from Thailand
  51. Cmdr Chris Hadfield - Book Signing
  52. How many stars are dead?
  53. The Science Channel: SUPERCOMET ISON 2013 (December 7th, 2013)
  54. Tracking speed
  55. A Naked Eye Nova Erupts in Centaurus
  56. DIY: Using MiniDV Cam with a Dobsonian telescope
  57. Tonights treats out there.
  58. What was that? Help!
  59. Did you know ??
  60. How/When to see ISON near NYC
  61. Question about pulsars!?
  62. Visiting Kielder Forest (UK Dark Site)
  63. Stumbled across an interesting View!
  64. Foodlights on Table Mountain Cape Town: severe light pollution ?
  65. 6 tailed comet P/2013 P5
  66. Lovejoy
  67. Where is the milky way?
  68. How do you plan out your night?
  69. Two stars close together, near Vega ??
  70. Cosmos - revisited
  71. Solar eclipse 3th November 2013
  72. Taurids are coming up
  73. How good is stargazing out the window of a passanger jet at 35,000 ft?
  74. I May Be Crazy
  75. Fantastic Evening...YeeHa
  76. Comet ISON Resources
  77. Brrrrrr, it's cold out here!!!!
  78. Where have the dark skies gone?
  79. Darkest skies in US?
  80. What to do with a full moon
  81. M57 Ring Nebula
  82. No talk about the Draconids!
  83. International Observing the Moon Night
  84. Visiting British Columbia
  85. Tonights observation from NE Florida
  86. New gadgets - M27 more or less identifiable
  87. The 31st Annual NOVAC Star Gaze
  88. tonights observations..........
  89. Observing Alert: Rare Triple Transit Of Jupiter’s Moons Happens Friday Night (Oct. 11
  90. The Draconid meteor shower peaked tonight, 1st time for me!
  91. Some Caldwell hunting
  92. Why can't I see any black sky even at a Bortle class 2 site?
  93. Comet ISON Update - Interesting Story
  94. Bortle Class 1 This Weekend - I'm Actually Excited!
  95. Tablet for astronomy?
  96. The Coathanger Cluster Cluster? And two UFO's!
  97. Constellations or Myths first?
  98. Call for small-scope Observers
  99. need a plan for 8 inch first light
  100. Filters on different objects, what's your preference?
  101. Breaking out of the messier shell
  102. What was Your Longest Consecutive Night-time Observing Streak?
  103. BIRMINGHAM, AL STAR PARTY @ Oak Mtn
  104. Enif already!
  105. NGC 884 and NCG 869
  106. I plan to bring my binoculars to work and ask my coworkers to have a look.
  107. There's got to be something wrong here!
  108. Tyc 3979-0591-1
  109. Green laser pointers, for observatory public nights
  110. Help me identify double spiral in sombrero galaxy photo
  111. Need help explaining something I saw in Ursa Minor
  112. Bamberga and Lemmon
  113. My coworkers don't care that constellations can't be seen in the sky.
  114. How can I get my brother to see the Andromeda galaxy?
  115. Crescent Moon and Venus tonight
  116. Circus lights - victory for tonight at least
  117. Some More Messier Objects & Lesson Learnt
  118. My first Messier object!
  119. Last nights astronomy report:
  120. First Light suggestions
  121. Raining cats 'n dobs!
  122. Deep sky object in Constellation of Cygnus
  123. M31
  124. Close Doubles by Seasonal Constellations
  125. One week to go until the Herbert Star Party
  126. Darken Evenings & No Cloud
  127. ISS over Temecula
  128. report 8/23-24 Hemet
  129. Milky Way characteristics
  130. Do we know of Oort clouds around other stars?
  131. Exploding meteor captured on video
  132. a question about polar alignment
  133. Anybody from Alabama?
  134. Did I see Antares move?
  135. A small break in the clouds!
  136. I just realized yesterday we are not in a good place to see the Orion Nebula...
  137. I don't think Vega is the brightest star in the northern hemisphere...
  138. What do you do?
  139. Wierd observation in Sweden mid-1980s. Satellite?
  140. Did I see a spinning satellite?
  141. Comet ISON Debate continues...
  142. has anyone built any observatory goggles?
  143. just chillin the the backyard
  144. Difficult M33?
  145. Milky Way Galaxy questions
  146. Back to Hemet CA - another clear night :)
  147. Starry skies last night in Hemet CA
  148. Andromeda gazing report:
  149. Sky at sea level
  150. Article: The Heartbeat of an Exploded Star
  151. Constellations
  152. What fraction of city sky glow is low pressure sodium?
  153. OK, enough already!
  154. Viewing opportunity missed - feeling guilty!
  155. Red lights in the field
  156. Mosquito invasion - The herb that helps
  157. Returning to Astronomy (and dew)
  158. Lasik surgery and stargazing
  159. where is the most up to date light pollution map?
  160. Clear night tonight in Florida, Taking the GAGs and having alook
  161. Underwhelming
  162. Make the Milky Way a Messier Object? Caldwell 110?
  163. Anyone use SETI@home?
  164. Light Pollution
  165. what else can I see with a inexpensive scope
  166. My darkest sky ever
  167. Clear skies in the forecast
  168. ALMA says, my star is bigger then your star.
  169. hows best to sell ?
  170. Satellites
  171. A Night with Ursa Major and the Milky Way
  172. Best DSO's to hunt with a 6 in Reflector?
  173. Amazing "Double Triple" STF1840 and STF1841 in Ursa Minor
  174. The toughest Messier?
  175. 88 Thisby
  176. Another Amazing Night with our xx12g and Wireless System
  177. Disgusted with Florida for viewing
  178. M4, what magnification
  179. New Stargazer Questions
  180. Astronomy weather 2013
  181. and another thing...
  182. Mercury-Venus-Vesta
  183. Planisphere Recommendations?
  184. Hubble finds planet that shouldn't exist
  185. Satelite seen last night
  186. Strange star that disappeared before my eyes!
  187. You know you've had a good session when .........
  188. Meteor Outburst ALERT!
  189. Gamma Delphinid Meteor Shower Tuesday AM
  190. Large Comet?
  191. Thejoy of the green laser!
  192. Great night
  193. Rewarding Evening of Night Sky
  194. Interesting night
  195. Aurora activity last night
  196. Conjunction asteroid Ceres-Beta Gem
  197. Wales Dark Skies Zone
  198. Near-Earth Asteroid "285263 1998 QE2"
  199. Messier Calander?
  200. An idea for numbering the lunar and planetary craters
  201. Star Occultations
  202. Looking for a friend
  203. Whats the name of this double star?
  204. Reunited with old friends
  205. fort mcmurray
  206. Antares questions?
  207. 24 Coma Berenices
  208. Zero cost galaxy hunting aid
  209. Cables, Stars and Clouds
  210. M51 can blow your socks off.
  211. Izar, Epsilon Bootis
  212. Saturn closest to Earth tonight
  213. i need tuition on this one! - Possible viewing session for the public.
  214. Southern skies from our South Pacific cruise.
  215. NGC 3242 Ghost of Jupiter
  216. Backyard observatory
  217. Messier Marathon
  218. WooHoo All Blue Blocks From Clear Sky Charts
  219. Dark and Clear Skies in Derbyshire
  220. Messier hunt but first a question...
  221. The Limitations of our own Mortaliy
  222. Saturn and the boy...
  223. Aurora Borealis Tonight -- Anyone?
  224. Spring in central usa
  225. Personal Constellations
  226. Golf Courses
  227. Unexpected night out viewing
  228. The 110 Messier hunt has started! :-)
  229. Are all beaches bad locations for stargazing?
  230. Aldebaran Tonight
  231. Change of view
  232. What a night for Star gazing!
  233. Clear Sky, at Last! + M3
  234. Can someone confirm what I am seeing
  235. Anyone on Astronomy Forums discovered a Supernova?
  236. Great night for star gazing
  237. Report on a newly discovered astronomical phenomenon
  238. Betelgeuse
  239. Sidereal time keeper
  240. First "clear" night with nexstar 114gt
  241. Bahtinov mask question
  242. AstroCatalog software for old IPOD touch gen 2?
  243. SkySafari Tips and Tricks
  244. Canon lens for time lapse of the milky way?
  245. Dark Sky Tourism
  246. 21st December night sky
  247. Observing Report, Central Texas, March 12/13
  248. panSTARRS in Stellarium?
  249. Momentary Very Bright Stars
  250. Double star suggestions