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    Default Re: How to dress like an 18th century astronomer.

    I like it. Shiny, stripy orange is the new black. Ordering on Amazon now.

    On a serious note, the Antartic temperatures (-40 deg.) are brutal. I gather they aren't standing outside with an 8-inch dob like I do here but still. Below 18F I think twice before heading out.
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    Default Re: How to dress like an 18th century astronomer.

    I prefer to wear my Dr. Dentons:https://www.amazon.com/s?k=dr+denton...l_2ytdozk20f_e

    especially when I dine at any expensive restaurant.
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    Default Re: How to dress like an 18th century astronomer.

    I can relate to the need for big clothes.
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    Default Re: How to dress like an 18th century astronomer.

    I watched one meteor shower last winter in a sleeping bag on a lawn chair. One of the benefits of a solitary hobby, fashion isn't relevant.
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    Default Re: How to dress like an 18th century astronomer.

    Quote Originally Posted by quincy View Post
    I prefer to wear my Dr. Dentons:https://www.amazon.com/s?k=dr+denton...l_2ytdozk20f_e

    especially when I dine at any expensive restaurant.
    Hello Jim,

    but that's a brand fetishism of yours, I'd call it, ha, ha,

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