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  1. Mind-Blowing Moments From Outer Space
  2. Black hole 7000 light years away
  3. Certificado IELTS instantáneo en línea (Whatsapp.. +44-752-060-6538)
  4. Wacky theory about Ursa’s “tail”
  5. Suggestions for stargazing spots in Michigan?
  6. Large diffuse object 30 minutes from Sirius?
  7. Astronomical twilight question
  8. Visa visa visa
  9. Strange double galaxy found...can somebody smarter than me tell me what this is?
  10. Upping My Game: The Herschel 400-2 List
  11. Best Night Sky Events of August 2019
  12. What are we looking at?
  13. Saturn in opposition and question on location issue
  14. Beautiful flashing colors
  15. If You Had A Choice Of Only One Nebula Filter, Which Would It Be?
  16. Best Night Sky Events of June 2019
  17. Observed M104 Sombrero Galaxy For The First Time
  18. Starlink Satellites: communication boon or clutter in the night sky?
  19. What Do You Look For In Weather Reports To Determine Night Sky Transparency?
  20. What was exact day of Sirius heliacal rising in 7 BCE?
  21. Epsilon Bootis, past and present.
  22. Woo, this hasn't looked this good in a long time
  23. Need Help With Twin Stars
  24. computer astronomy
  25. Best Night Sky Events of May 2019
  26. Looking for a specific type of computer software.
  27. M104 a hit tonight
  28. Best Night Sky Events of April 2019
  29. Video Of The Moons Of Uranus Through A Telescope
  30. Ayer y hoy
  31. A Triple Event for Me Tonight
  32. Another Pittsburgh Meteor
  33. How to find globular cluster M3
  34. How Do I upload An Imade At Astronomyforum?
  35. M81/82 and M35 in the City with the ST80
  36. Memorising star position abilities.
  37. Best Night Sky Events of February 2019
  38. Southern Cross Question
  39. Theories on a flashing light observed by friends?
  40. Eros close approach.
  41. Viewing Report - Sirius, Mars, Moon
  42. Constellation Abbreviations: Where did they come from?
  43. Need help in identifying this star, please.
  44. Would You Like To See Some Red!
  45. Best Night Sky Events of January 2019
  46. What did you learn about you and your hobby this year?
  47. Albireo: Double or fake? What say yee?
  48. Visible stars within our 50 light year neighborhood
  49. I'm not crazy, my mother had me tested
  50. Trick to make your iPhone screen darker
  51. Geminid meteor shower
  52. What's in the Perseus Arm?
  53. Best Night Sky Events of December 2018
  54. BBC Sky at Night: "Guide to the Galaxies" video
  55. Fogging up of an eyepiece in colder weather?
  56. nothing to do,having a drink
  57. Comet 46P/Wirtanen
  58. Pleiades and Mars
  59. Cool evening viewing
  60. Of Toadstools and Tennis Rackets
  61. Best Night Sky Events of November 2018
  62. Should This Hobby Include The Clouds?
  63. See the Milky Way early November ?
  64. My last Messier - M77!
  65. Best Night Sky Events of October 2018
  66. Another Observing List Generator
  67. Deep deep Stellarium web version
  68. Flare Star Catalog
  69. Best Night Sky Events of September 2018
  70. Help Identify My Bortle!
  71. Cheap laser finder
  72. One Year Anniversary of 8/21/2017 eclipse (plus a few days)
  73. Observe Dark Nebulae with Binoculars
  74. Glow Stiks
  75. The Brightest Planetary Nebulae Observing Atlas
  76. Symbiotic Stars Catalog
  77. S Type Stars Catalog
  78. Seeking another answer
  79. Weird 'meteor' last night
  80. Green Vs Red light for NV
  81. M20, m8, m16, m17 & m24
  82. Best Night Sky Events of August 2018
  83. Perseid Meteor Shower
  84. Variable Star Atlas
  85. Observing Log or Journal
  86. Question about Double Star Postion Angle
  87. Observing Carbons
  88. Solar Corona Research
  89. Calling All Southern Hemisphere Carbon Star Observers
  90. How many galaxies can you see from Earth with naked eye and between galaxies....
  91. Best Night Sky Events of July 2018
  92. getting back
  93. Hubble's Messier Catalouge
  94. Look at this for a picture of bright moon at night
  95. Whats is this light in night sky?
  96. Alpha Centauri Radiating 3 Lines to the Naked Eye
  97. After 31 days of observing
  98. Looking for a star's name
  99. Best Night Sky Events of June 2018
  100. May 2018
  101. Extremely bright object moving across the night sky
  102. Did you know that 42 of the 88 constellations are animals?
  103. Got it! Finally Finished the Herschel 400.
  104. Got my first view of Jupiter the other night.
  105. Best Night Sky Events of May2018
  106. Runaway Star, And It's Big!
  107. Polk County FL, viewing sites
  108. Best Night Sky Events of April 2018
  109. The moon - old nemisis now new friend
  110. Small Star Party in Goldendale Washington in mid May!
  111. 49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Updates
  112. How to find objects in a image ??
  113. What Cell Phone For SkySafari?
  114. 2018 Perseid Shower (et al)
  115. Weird question about nebulae
  116. Best Night Sky Events of March 2018
  117. The view from within a globular cluster
  118. Anyone else excited about galaxy season?
  119. Would you use a remote scope if the cost was really reasonable? Club Research
  120. Binoviewer for Outreach?
  121. NASA's New Horizion sends back new photo's
  122. Where is a goood site in Joshua Tree, coming from S/E side
  123. Documenting Observations
  124. Objects Passing Through Field of View
  125. VLT HD time-lapse video
  126. Best Night Sky Events of February 2018
  127. I need this
  128. Stars named for ease of recognition
  129. Does anyone just "look"
  130. Messier Catalog
  131. What am I seeing? M36 / M38
  132. Outreach at restaurant venue
  133. Local Group Galaxies
  134. Clear in NC last night
  135. Best Night Sky Events of January 2018
  136. Snow lightens the sky?
  137. Astronomy Koan #1
  138. M74
  139. HEQ 5 - It was all going so well....
  140. Best Night Sky Events of December 2017
  141. Heading to Cassiopeia Tonight
  142. It's been a long time
  143. Lunar Occultation of Aldebaran (Alpha Tauri) Tonight!
  144. Bad night to view the Moon
  145. Best Night Sky Events of November 2017
  146. International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN)
  147. I did it, yes I did. I ordered LOTS of clouds!!
  148. Moon clearly visible for entire day?
  149. Red and white dwarves: chasing down the runts.
  150. Observing Stars with Planetary Systems
  151. Easy to handle double star catalogue
  152. Best Night Sky Events of October2017
  153. September
  154. NRO-42 Launch from DCT
  155. Splitting Albierio
  156. ** 2018 Mars opposition **
  157. Sun's Sibling Found
  158. I may have brought doom on my trees
  159. 15minutes later for work
  160. Black Diamond headlamp
  161. Zodiacal Light
  162. Best Night Sky Events of September 2017
  163. Star Party next week
  164. Stargazing With People Who Know What They Are Doing - Worth It!
  165. Fireball over DCT
  166. Odd Weather
  167. Lightning Flashes
  168. The darkest skies in the world?
  169. Too Northerly for the Southerly Planets?
  170. Long Infrared Nights
  171. Asteroid Florence
  172. Identifying Help
  173. Cloudy Skies all night
  174. Observing, cloudy weather and global warming
  175. Going to my first Star Party tonight!
  176. No alignment stars in observing window and clouds moved in
  177. One from Coventry City Centre
  178. Fog and clouds nearly every night this month
  179. Bay Area moon rising in the early evening of August 7th 2017
  180. Best Night Sky Events of August 2017
  181. What was that? Any and all ideas welcome
  182. You can catch more flies with honey
  183. ASASSN-17hx in Scutum
  184. Clear Skies in Wales!
  185. What scope rig are you using tonight?
  186. Best Night Sky Events of July 2017
  187. Star charts
  188. Glorious! Dark Sky trip & my new 12" ES Truss Dob
  189. Another telescope session
  190. Bargain of the day
  191. Solar Eclpise - Impact on Solar Power Production
  192. Best Night Sky Events of June 2017
  193. The Fast and the Curious
  194. Want To Hear From Our Extreme Northern Members
  195. Texas Star Party roll-call!
  196. Best Night Sky Events of May 2017
  197. Observing under heavily polluted skies
  198. Darker lands for brighter times
  199. Shenandoah Big Meadow Star Gazing
  200. NASA Releases New Globe Night Image(s)
  201. My eclipse blog
  202. Some great viewing last night
  203. tonights viewing
  204. Best Night Sky Events of April 2017
  205. Great Mercury Viewing Coming Up
  206. Observing from a cruiseship
  207. Help with what i see.
  208. Amazing views from the mountains.
  209. Southern astronomical delights an introductory perspective
  210. Best Night Sky Events of March 2017
  211. Southern Astronomical Delights
  212. Galaxy hunting magnifcation question
  213. What are some good objects to show small kids when the Moon is not visible?
  214. First Andromeda Sighting!
  215. I'm Going Stir Crazy!
  216. Fri Jan 31
  217. Best Night Sky Events of February 2017
  218. Scouting new observing locations
  219. Monday Jan 30 Viewing
  220. A quick and dirty observation from yesterday
  221. book
  222. Have you seen Canopus?
  223. Favorite outreach moments
  224. Moon Vs Light pollution - A question
  225. Excellent Online Atlas/Deep Sky Database
  226. Super Nova or a Flashbulb ?
  227. View On or Close to the Beach
  228. I Saw the Milk in the Milky Way
  229. Walking in the night - improving the observing skills
  230. Some quick tips for controlling your scope with SkySafari (with an Android)
  231. My viewing last night in South Africa
  232. Happy New Year
  233. Ensenada, BC!!!
  234. Friedrich Struve catalog of double stars - primary source :)
  235. Evil Orb Buzzkill
  236. Double Star Color Real & Perceived - Good read from Bob King
  237. Unbelieveable Meteorite...
  238. winter fest
  239. Tonights Sky?
  240. Help with a star
  241. This is totally working for me - az & alt
  242. Strange object in the sky
  243. Uranus viewing 18 Nov 2016
  244. Comet 45P\Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova
  245. Quadrantids 2017
  246. Trip to Joshua Tree NP
  247. Better choice of binoculars
  248. Take the Pleiades Challenge!
  249. Observing DSOs on Moonlit Nights
  250. Relative coming to town, suggestions needed.