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    While processing my Madrid annular eclipse pictures it occurred to me
    that it might be possible to reveal a bit more of the Moon by
    processing the contact sequences. The explanatory page and results can
    be found here...

    http://www.digitalsky.org.uk/3cls/3cls.html


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    "Pete Lawrence" <pete.lawrence.nospam@pbl33.co.uk> wrote in message
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    That is indeed an interesting result and shows what can been done with a
    little imagination and some simple techniques. Good work, Pete.



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    Jeez, that's some really good, scientific work.

    Well done! *Bows*


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    Pete Lawrence wrote:
    <snip> While processing my Madrid annular eclipse pictures it

    Outstanding, Pete. Definitely _The Sky at Night_ material. - Canopus56


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    "Pete Lawrence" <pete.lawrence.nospam@pbl33.co.uk> wrote in message
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    Pete, You did the project I thought about some weeks ago! Well done! Unfortunately I couldn't
    do the project as I was not able to go to spain and hence I had no opportunity to capture the
    data.

    thanks for posting this!
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    Pete Lawrence wrote:

    Nice work Pete! Have you checked to see what was on the limb
    at that moment? If it was an unfavorable libration, we might
    be able to see and figure it out at a good libration.

    Clear Skies

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    On Sun, 09 Oct 2005 18:15:35 +0100, Pete Lawrence wrote:


    Fascinating! Thanks for sharing this with us Pete.

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    Pete Lawrence Wrote:

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    "Pete Lawrence" <pete.lawrence.nospam@pbl33.co.uk> wrote in message
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    Outstanding (literally!). Congratulations Pete!



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    On Sun, 09 Oct 2005 16:43:15 -0700, Chuck Taylor
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    I certainly intend to Chuck. Been a manic weekend installing a bath,
    celebrating my 12yr old son's birthday and writing magazine articles
    against a deadline. My 2 minute interval animation of the eclipse and
    the treatment of the 2nd contact beads is just going to have to wait!
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