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  1. Can't install my Mitty Euro Wedge
  2. Bob G's Back!
  3. My new orion atlas has a problem
  4. Transparency can make or break it
  5. astronomy is an old men's game? part 2
  6. 2 Suns Equidistant
  7. lookinf for a new scope
  8. Glorious learning
  9. Black holes, Missing matter?
  10. Origin of universe
  11. Is the Bortle Scale Outdated?
  12. With or Without spectacles
  13. Observing 5- 23 and 5 - 24 - 11
  14. What should galaxies look like through a 12" reflector ?
  15. Star day
  16. good resources for seeing conditions in Europe
  17. unexplained moving stars
  18. Observations versus Model-Based Statements about the Sun Question
  19. How to explain this?
  20. Question about how the sun was formed from a gas nebula after a supernova.
  21. Square Kilometer Array Announcement
  22. skyscout language fix
  23. Some accessory's I found
  24. Help...A calculation question
  25. First Survey of Professional and Amateur Collaborations in Astronomy
  26. Free astronomy University courses - MIT, Yale & others
  27. Where is the Google infared Maps
  28. Orion XX14i
  29. 1970s Solar Eclipse Help
  30. What Do You Think About the Space Station?
  31. Vintage Abercrombie & Fitch Telescope
  32. Anyone see this or use it?
  33. Tonight's Sky
  34. Go Boldly Where No One Has Gone Before: Star Trek Observing List
  35. Venus in the day
  36. Viewing Challenge
  37. ISS Station Sighting
  38. The benefits of a smartphone in amateur astronomy
  39. The Loss of Jack Horkheimer
  40. hot and cold weather
  41. Beware of Astronomical Tours!
  42. Amateur astronomer broadcasters needed!
  43. White flashes in Night sky...what are they?
  44. Milky Way Visibility Scale
  45. You Might be an Astronomer if...........
  46. Need Help Identifying an object
  47. Take an Astronomy class online for free.
  48. Solar eclipse generator/simulator
  49. Televue Email Address
  50. Spacecraft escaping the Solar System
  51. Our universe
  52. culmination of a object
  53. First night out...
  54. Not Quite Everything for a Theory of Everything::
  55. NYC Events 2010 March
  56. 2 nights of wonderful observing...
  57. Bad News for the Fight Against Light Pollution
  58. The Wormley Paradox
  59. WHAT A REVOLTING DEVELOPMENT THIS IS . . .
  60. Chilean Earthquake Shortened Earth's Day
  61. Killer Quake Leaves Chilean Telescopes Undamaged
  62. A CoGeNT result in the hunt for dark matter ???
  63. Twilight length
  64. cycle 24 a dud so far!
  65. SPACEFLIGHT NOW NEWSALERT: Monday, March 1, 2010 @ 1510 GMT
  66. anyone here?
  67. anyone here?
  68. The Wormley Paradox
  69. The Wormley Paradox
  70. Astro Pic of Day: Pauli Exclusion Principle: Why You Don't Implode
  71. Twilight length
  72. Twilight length
  73. Not Quite Everything for a Theory of Everything:
  74. Not Quite Everything for a Theory of Everything
  75. Earthquakes and planetary dynamics
  76. Bungee cords ineffective protecting Chilean telescopes
  77. 39-day trip to Mars
  78. Memorandum submitted by Professor Ross McKitrick (CRU 31)
  79. Douglas Adams
  80. Tomorrow they are ready to start the LHC collider. The Earth can be exploded in a 1000 seconds!
  81. The lying NCDC
  82. Tomorrow they are ready to start the LHC collider. The Earthcan be exploded in a 1000 seconds!
  83. anyone here?
  84. 473 nm
  85. Dear idiot, stop suckling the dying oil nipple
  86. One more reason to ban street lights...
  87. drift method
  88. Why Astonomy?
  89. NEWS: Kepler Spacecraft May Be Able to Spot Elusive Oort Cloud Objects
  90. Pascal's comments
  91. Pascal's comments
  92. meteorites
  93. Earth's atmospheric composition
  94. back in the saddle?
  95. Scientists Grapple With 'Completely Out of Hand' Attacks on ClimateScience
  96. Five Small Problems with AGW science.
  97. Stumbled Across This
  98. The spiral galaxy M81, deep
  99. WMAP Refines "Precision Cosmology"
  100. Has the moon crescent shifted?
  101. NATURE: Setting the climate record straight
  102. Astro trivia, Pioneer 10 not the furthest man-made object
  103. Trouble Mounting a Camera on a Celestron G-5 Mount?
  104. Astro trivia, Pioneer 10 not the furthest man-made object
  105. Astro trivia, Pioneer 10 not the furthest man-made object
  106. Prof Phil Jones Q and A
  107. OT: Only in climate "science"
  108. OT: Cloudy tonnight? Try this!
  109. Murchison Meteorite Contains Complex Organic Molecules
  110. Commentariolus
  111. OT: Himalayan glacier water not reaching Africa by 2020
  112. The Earth's largely equatorial climate
  113. 1039 Days
  114. 1039 Days
  115. 1039 Days
  116. The Earth's largely equatorial climate
  117. New Interactive Black Hole Simulation Published
  118. Why not climate weather here?
  119. Regret eternally for doubting these claims
  120. The dance of a disturbed sun returns
  121. OT: Climate scientists trying to keep data and source code secret
  122. BBC News Q&A: Professor Phil Jones
  123. A high-resolution panoramic image of the Orion star-forming region
  124. Astronomy.FM Radio (Feb 11th UTC): All PLUTO!
  125. freaky snow storms in the NE
  126. Scientists say IPCC should be overhauled or scrapped
  127. Fish:I used to regularly dunk on people-Video proof?
  128. Regret eternally for doubting these claims
  129. "[IPCC assessment] is not a scientific analysis of climate change"
  130. proper GEM
  131. IS in relation to amateur astrophotography
  132. IS in relation to amateur astrophotography
  133. hopeless
  134. SP 1045
  135. IS in relation to amateur astrophotography
  136. IS in relation to amateur astrophotography
  137. Astronomy.FM Radio (Feb 9th UTC): York U, Space Pirates, 365 Days
  138. WARNING: Geomagnetic Sudden Impulse expected
  139. pluto imaging
  140. The sudden emergence of big sunspot 1045 over the weekend has causeda sharp uptick in solar activity
  141. Astronomy.FM Radio (Feb 8th UTC): Divas, Skepticality, 365 Days
  142. FREE Animations you can e-mail:
  143. Comparison between Holocene and Marine Isotope Stage-11 sea-levelhistories
  144. Radio Meteor Obs. Bull. January 2010 Quadrantids
  145. Weather: A Bit of Snow in Maryland
  146. Mars' two-faced riddle 'solved'
  147. Rising and setting question
  148. On Sunday morning, February 7th, at 4:39 am EST, space shuttle Endeavour...
  149. India tossing the UN's IPCC out with the garbage
  150. Could methane-digesting bacteria and an Arctic cap of fresh waterprevent a climate catastrophe?
  151. WTF is all this climate baloney
  152. BBC: Climate sham unraveling, people questioning more
  153. Regret eternally for doubting these claims
  154. Pluto: A Complex and Changing World : Big Pictures and a real article
  155. Newly released Hubble images of Pluto show an abrupt and unexplainedcolor change
  156. Pluto images show a dynamic world
  157. Two asteroids possible collision
  158. Exoplanet CoRoT-1b in Monoceros
  159. Climate Skeptic Arguments and their Scientific Background (Dec 2009)
  160. R. T. Cahill's Quantum Foam Theory
  161. Milky Way Transit Authority Tube Map
  162. great stuff
  163. Review of 46 photos about Comet: C/1995 O1 Hale-Bopp
  164. Meteor Report records ??
  165. Perigee Full Moon with the Parthenon
  166. Today on Astronomy.FM Radio (Feb 1st UTC)
  167. Mars rovers
  168. Abstracts to the 2010 Lunar and Planetary Science Conference are up.
  169. Kepler's New Astronomy
  170. interesting eidgit
  171. Today on Astronomy.FM Radio (Jan 30th)
  172. OT: More on the IPCC's scientific credentials
  173. Largest Perigee Moon of 2010
  174. NYC Events 2010 February
  175. A decline in stratospheric water vapor has slowed Earth’s surface warming slightly in recent years
  176. iPad
  177. Friday night's full Moon is the biggest and brightest full Moon ofthe year
  178. Early Cometary Bombardment May Explain the Divergent Paths of Jupiter'sBiggest Moons
  179. Looks Like Manned Spceflight is Dead after tonigts State of the Union....
  180. The consensus continues
  181. PNAS December 2009 article's program code now available
  182. Why don't the magazines do something useful?
  183. Today on Astronomy.FM Radio (Jan 27th UTC)
  184. New Book by Best Selling Author, Timothy Ferris
  185. Seven Year WMAP Results
  186. Why don't the magazines do something useful?
  187. Why don't the magazines do something useful?
  188. Today on Astronomy.FM Radio (Jan 26th UTC)
  189. Determining *direction* of Moonrise and Moonset?
  190. FR Bending of Light -- Proof
  191. Clouds, Clouds Go Away!
  192. Today on Astronomy.FM Radio (Jan 25th UTC)
  193. And the winners is...
  194. Today on Astronomy.FM Radio (Jan 24th UTC)
  195. UV radiation and Haiti
  196. Today on Astronomy.FM Radio (Jan 23rd UTC)
  197. Doctor's Office Hit By Meteorite
  198. Climate of suspicion
  199. The real holes in climate science
  200. Moon mosaic .
  201. What Is sci.astro.amateur?
  202. OT: Speculation about AGW theories
  203. Something Odd
  204. Telescopes and a recent Car Ad
  205. El Nino year
  206. Today on Astronomy.FM Radio (Jan 22nd)
  207. Asteroids Get a Surface Makeover When They Pass Near Earth
  208. IPCC admits Himalayan glacier error
  209. climate facts anyone?
  210. First attempt at lunar photography
  211. Today on Astronomy.FM Radio (Jan 21st)
  212. atmosphere
  213. Global climate
  214. WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 5 expected
  215. Today on Astronomy.FM Radio (Jan 20th)
  216. Global climate
  217. climate facts anyone?
  218. climate facts anyone?
  219. Space Weather News for Jan. 19, 2010
  220. Cairo sightseeing tours, day trips, tours, attractions, must-seemonuments, highlights, Excursions
  221. Photographing the Moon--Help!
  222. Where Will They Go?
  223. Lets squander another $100 billion on the I.S.S.
  224. Lets squander another $100 billion on the I.S.S.
  225. Mystery object
  226. Lets squander another $100 billion on the I.S.S.
  227. Lets squander another $100 billion on the I.S.S.
  228. CCD to match Meade 10" Starfinder
  229. The Infinite Universe (kst)
  230. climate facts anyone?
  231. Space Weather News for Jan. 14, 2010
  232. Haitian quake
  233. Supernova winds blow galaxies into shape
  234. UNPRECEDENTED DETAILS SEEN ON THE SURFACE OF BETELGEUSE
  235. FIRST DIRECT SPECTRUM OF AN EXOPLANET CAPTURED
  236. Relative Sizes of Objects
  237. Experienced amateur astronomers are encouraged to monitor the flyby
  238. climate facts anyone?
  239. Active region abounds
  240. Amateur Radio Astronomers Reporting Solar Bursts ...
  241. analemma question
  242. closing IYA2009
  243. Rock Abrasion Tool
  244. Libra starfinder
  245. said the Earth could be wiped out by the explosion of a star, 3260 LYaway [light years?]
  246. To save Sky & Tel, Part II
  247. Will Chinese become the language of science?
  248. telescope design
  249. Astronomy and climate
  250. Astronomy and climate