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    Question Swiss Astronomers?



    Are there any Swiss astronomers around these parts?
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    Default Re: Swiss Astronomers?

    Hello.

    Welcome to the forum.
    There are a few Swiss astronomers on this site and I am sure that they will contact you when they come on line.
    Clear skies for you.
    Peter.


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    Default Re: Swiss Astronomers?

    Hello MFNowacki,

    I have not noticed more Swiss members in the Forum than just maybe a few, even if we are a world wide operating forum.
    But it does not matter much, you'll find excellent and very helpful friends here!

    Enjoy your membership,

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