Tuesday night

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Tuesday night

Postby Melvin » Wed Aug 20, 2014 10:57 am

Hello everyone I went out last night to see if I could spot the iss (9.30 and 47seconds rising in the East, well I missed the iss but as it was a very clear night I started to look for the comet Jacques to the left of Cassiopeia I did not see it but what I did pick out was a couple of smudges that must have been Galaxies and looking at my star maps I think they were M110 M31 and 32but I could be wrong. Anyway what a wonderful night for viewing.

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