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    Default Re: planetary nebulae, neat and messy

    An excellent article. Many thanks for that!
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    Default Re: planetary nebulae, neat and messy

    Quote Originally Posted by not_Fritz_Argelander View Post
    Nice article. I have perhaps an explanation for the mess.... lack of a high quality vacuum cleaner.
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    Default Re: planetary nebulae, neat and messy

    Quote Originally Posted by Solrian View Post
    Nice article. I have perhaps an explanation for the mess.... lack of a high quality vacuum cleaner.
    You may be on to something here, Jim. Low quality vacuums tend to have a little more friction...Friction in vacuum?
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    Default Re: planetary nebulae, neat and messy

    Quote Originally Posted by bladekeeper View Post
    You may be on to something here, Jim. Low quality vacuums tend to have a little more friction...Friction in vacuum?
    Egad, Bryan.... You must be a mind reader!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solrian View Post
    Egad, Bryan.... You must be a mind reader!!!
    Rumor has it that although he has Hobbit feet he also has the Eye of Sauron....
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