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    Default "Observing Planetary Nebulae and Super Nova remnants" PDF dowload



    Ran across this and wanted to share. This may be one of those I take to the office place and have them print and spiral for me. Yes, I prefer hard copy. It's a fairly large PDF file at 337 pages, and download took just a couple on my system. http://www.faintfuzzies.com/Files/Pl...ebula%20v2.pdf

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    Default Re: "Observing Planetary Nebulae and Super Nova remnants" PDF dowload

    Very Cool! Thanks, Frankie.
    Regarding a hard copy, I hear ya brother.
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    This is Great stuff Frankie !
    Thank you.

    I have a binder....:-)
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    Thanks Frankie. With all of the cloudy terrible weather we've had this past year I've spent many cloudy nights collecting enough observing lists to last a lifetime...or longer.
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    Thanks for the reminder, Frankie! Alvin has several nice observing guides on his site. I've gleaned many an observing list from him.

    He's a top-notch visual guy too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bladekeeper View Post
    Thanks for the reminder, Frankie! Alvin has several nice observing guides on his site. I've gleaned many an observing list from him.

    He's a top-notch visual guy too!
    He does indeed! One could fill up a virtual book case from his resources. I meant to post a link to is main page yesterday: Welcome to FaintFuzzies.com
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    Great - just what I needed - even more stuff to photograph. Let's see at 322 objects * 90 minutes of exposure each (to toss out some that are either bad or have aircraft trails.... / by 8 hours per night / by 2 nights per month = 30 months or 2.5 years. and I'm sure I'll have to collect more photons for some of these faint fuzzies... so for the sake of argument at least 3 years. Well, I should still be alive when I'm done. LOL - Burham's is an awesome catalog. It took me 4 years but I finally got some of the nebula in Orion. Woo Hoo! Thank you for pointing this out and his website.
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