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I looked up last night at the nearly full moon and saw a very bright star nearby which must be a planet. It was Jupiter, which is currently the closest it ever gets to our own planet Earth, an event which happens around every 12 years or so. The spectacle last night was something I’ve […]

Sep 22, 2010

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Astronomy for Beginners

I know this is a bit off-topic for DARnet but it is August after all, and during this month I’ve been doing some research about astronomy for beginners. The perseids watching was a genuine interst and now after the main part of the event I read a newsreport from South Wales, one of my favourite […]

Aug 22, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Astronomy for Beginners

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