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    sounds good brad just let me know.
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    Had a chance to get out to Batsto Saturday night and the sky was amazing. Seen great views of Jupiter, Mars, M13, Andromeda Galaxy and M32, M45, The double cluster, M81 and M82, Dumbell and Ring Nebulas, as well as a few things outside of Scorpius that I am still trying to pinpoint what they were (Clusters and a Nebula). To top it off the Milky Way was the most visible I have seen in the northern hemisphere so far with Andromeda and the Double Cluster visible to the naked eye. The views through my 10X50 binoculars made everything explode out of the sky, and I truely appriciate the term "Light Bucket" with the 10in Dob. All this coupled with the meteor shower being active made for a close to unbeatable night. The roomate and I are planning a trip to camp in Cherry Springs PA in late Oct. Still so excited I had to share, the guys at work are starting to think I'm crazy always talking about the stars.

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    I work in Princeton but live in Hunterdon County, where the night sky is rather dark. Lots of farms, in fact more than 40% of our township is preserved open space.

 

 
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