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The River

To begin our study of geology, we took a visit to the river behind our school.  We are fortunate to have such amazing natural places to observe and investigate so close by! 136 more words

Constellation Inconsistencies

By Gary Seronik

Recently I found myself under a pleasingly mild, dark sky in southern Oregon. Perhaps it was the unfamiliar latitude, or the high treeline, but for a moment, I was briefly disorientated as I sought familiar constellations. 374 more words

The Joy Of Observing

Our Pond Field Guide

We are very excited to have finished up our field guide for our local pond!  It was a lot of work but we are very proud of how it turned out!   25 more words

Justine & Vents.

This post is dedicated to the most intellegent people I’ve come to know, Ydalie Turk, Lowlow Ndlovu, Lisa Shields, Lwando Makasi, Ntsiki Mavuso, Tyra Naidoo, Sarah Hoffman, Gabriell Riley, Hannan Guo and Jenny Zaharieva. 992 more words

Observing and Being Sick

This week started out pretty well. I was working on identifying clumps of gas in carbon monosulfide data on Monday and Tuesday. Previously I had been trying to do this using C I data. 284 more words

Research Blog

Observing report Saturday 18 October 2014

On Saturday night we ran our scheduled observing session at North Turramurra and had a good turnout of members and visitors alike. We had two Schmidt Cassegrains, two dobsioians in attendance plus John’s new and rather exotic 4.5″ refractor. 127 more words


Marky Goes To Hawaii!

When I signed up for my project on star formation, I had no idea that I would actually get the chance to visit the Sub-Millimeter Array on the summit of Mauna Kea! 1,113 more words