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Taurus : Aldebaran dan Pleiades

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Astronomi

Star Gallery: the beautiful Pleaides

If there is a space object I have always found incredibly beautiful is the star cluster of the Pleiades – alternatively called M45, or “The Seven Sisters”- immediately recognisable for the hot blue, luminous stars immersed in a nebula and visible to the naked eye in clear nights. 292 more words

Space

The Fall

Flawing In The Face Of Perfection

 …or The many moods of Mother Nature – An Autumn Blog

Last night in my hypnagogic state (that’s the one right before you fall asleep where you are in affect hallucinating into the darkness behind your eyes) I was lying there peacefully paralysed, watching sacred geometrical patterns merging with complicated black light neon mandalas, melting like a Salvador Dali painting into dot matrix fractals, and I was thinking, ‘You know, there’s a part of me that is a frickin’ genius.   383 more words

Dreams

2014 October 27th

I used my 120mm f/7.5 refractor last night on the Pleiades and the Hyades. Combined with my 40mm, 70° eyepiece I get a field of view with a width of…wait for it…70 ÷ ( (120 x 7.5) ÷ 40)) = 3.1 degrees.  149 more words

Observations

10/28/2014 - Ephemeris - The Pleiades Distance Controversy

Ephemeris for Tuesday, October 28th.  The sun will rise at 8:14.  It’ll be up for 10 hours and 22 minutes, setting at 6:37.   The moon, 2 days before first quarter, will set at 10:37 this evening. 190 more words

Ephemeris Program

10/27/2014 - Ephemeris - The Pleiades in Greek and Native American mythology

Ephemeris for Monday, October 27th.  The sun will rise at 8:13.  It’ll be up for 10 hours and 25 minutes, setting at 6:38.   The moon, 3 days before first quarter, will set at 9:38 this evening. 233 more words

Ephemeris Program

USPS Star Calendar for 2-8 November

2 Nov    Turn your clocks back. Daylight saving time ends this morning at 0200. Technically, the clock hour 0100 to 0200 is repeated. Déjà vu. 80 more words

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