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    A shot of the Sun taken yesterday as AR 10898 rotates into view.

    http://www.digitalsky.org.uk/solar/K...8_12-45-23.jpg
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    Pete Lawrence Wrote:

    Great images Pete - met the [claimed] previous owner of your PST a
    Cambridge on Saturday;-) Small world!

    Nyteca

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    On Thu, 29 Jun 2006 18:10:59 +0000, nytecam
    <nytecam.2a6q9n@spacebanter.com> wrote:


    That would be Patrick then. He's not having it back ;-)
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    "Pete Lawrence" <pete.lawrence.nospam@pbl33.co.uk> wrote in message
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    I know i say it every time but i could look at the sun in HA alllllll day

    Excellent Smithers!

    Has anyone read the "surfaceofthesun.com" site?



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    Pete Lawrence Wrote:

    Probably not - he's happy with his double stack deal via Ebay:-)

    Nyteca


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    On Mon, 3 Jul 2006 18:24:51 +0000, nytecam
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    I still wouldn't swap ;-)
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    In message <9LqdnTAu_9iEwDTZRVnyiw@bt.com>, Robert Geake
    <robert@DOGthegeakes.co.uk> writes

    It's good for a laugh. I've posted this before, but my favourite bit
    last time I looked was
    "The neon layer that composes the penumbral filaments is the layer our
    eyes can see. This layer has another VERY important function, specially
    to COOL the lower layers. Neon is used as a cryogenic refrigerant
    because of its incredible "cooling" abilities."

 

 

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