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PostSubject: Hello fellow astronomers   Tue Aug 23, 2011 6:54 am

hello im andy, im 22 from Taunton, somerset, uk, i have a 3 year old little girl and in love with bethany wood, ive always been interested in astronomy but found it difficult to study or pursue my interest into it as i knew nobody who was also interested, now that i do its my passion talk and learn, and to also inspire others to enjoy all the wonders of the universe too, i also enjoy helping others to increase their knowledge in science/astronomy too.
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