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    Oddly, I can see the "original" image set in the first post. Win 10, Google Chrome.

    The forum behaves in odd ways from time to time.

    At any rate, a nice session with the red planet, Shorty, and a fine finale with the excellent meal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bladekeeper View Post
    Oddly, I can see the "original" image set in the first post. Win 10, Google Chrome.

    The forum behaves in odd ways from time to time.

    At any rate, a nice session with the red planet, Shorty, and a fine finale with the excellent meal.
    The forum software was cutting edge in 1995! lol

    I've had at least three decent sessions with Mars now. It has been a bit of a disappointment this year, basically because of the storm. I was lucky with the weather on Tuesday and it's unlikely I'll get another prolonged observation session this year. So I'm pretty happy with Tuesday. And the steak & kidney suet pudding lol.

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    Default Re: Tiw’s Day Mars Too

    Excellent Mars report!

    I always forget that you guys need to dig down in the muck for the planets as opposed to my neck breaking near zenith escapades with them.
    Thanks again for a well organized and presented report, always a pleasure reading them.

    Us South Africans like our pies as much as the Brits do, now you got me hungry too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingclinton View Post
    Excellent Mars report!

    I always forget that you guys need to dig down in the muck for the planets as opposed to my neck breaking near zenith escapades with them.
    Thanks again for a well organized and presented report, always a pleasure reading them.

    Us South Africans like our pies as much as the Brits do, now you got me hungry too!
    Thanks KC.

    I don't know which is worse, neck breaking near zenith viewing, or barely above the horizon blobs of planets boiling away through the atmosphere! I've been recently experimenting using a reflex sight viewing in the Cassiopeia area (near the zenith at the moment). It's a good job I'm supple lol. I read somewhere that one of the explanations that Herschel may have missed some rather obvious objects is that his alt-az may have had some 'dead spots' when looking at the zenith.



    Perhaps he should have taken up yoga as well lol.

    There's nothing like a good steak and kidney pie or pudding.
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    Default Re: Tiw’s Day Mars Too

    Great Mars report.
    Thank you for sharing your session with us.
    Steak and Kidney pudding, Yum yum. I note that you did not share this with us!!!!
    Clear skies
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    Hello Shorty Barlow,

    a very nice Mars observing session, thank you for the inspiring report!
    Hoping to watch Mars tonight,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorty Barlow View Post
    Thanks KC.

    I don't know which is worse, neck breaking near zenith viewing, or barely above the horizon blobs of planets boiling away through the atmosphere! I've been recently experimenting using a reflex sight viewing in the Cassiopeia area (near the zenith at the moment). It's a good job I'm supple lol. I read somewhere that one of the explanations that Herschel may have missed some rather obvious objects is that his alt-az may have had some 'dead spots' when looking at the zenith.



    Perhaps he should have taken up yoga as well lol.

    There's nothing like a good steak and kidney pie or pudding.
    Give me a good Cornish Pasty any day, hmmm....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingclinton View Post
    Give me a good Cornish Pasty any day, hmmm....
    Definitely!
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    Quote Originally Posted by j.gardavsky View Post
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    a very nice Mars observing session, thank you for the inspiring report!
    Hoping to watch Mars tonight,

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    Thanks and you're welcome JG. Good luck for tonight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter802 View Post
    Great Mars report.
    Thank you for sharing your session with us.
    Steak and Kidney pudding, Yum yum. I note that you did not share this with us!!!!
    Clear skies
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