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PostSubject: A clear night at last   A clear night at last EmptyTue Aug 23, 2011 10:26 am

Finally a clear night and I thought I would have a glance at some galaxies in Leo. I found something, but I'm not entirely sure what, I think it may have been ngc3628, Because was insanely dim and I could tell something horizontal was there with averted vision that's what makes me think it was ngc3628 because In carlos's Leo guide (great help by the way) the others around that area are more vertical, I was just about to go for M65 and M66 when a whopper of a cloud rolled in, hopefully it clears up again though so I can finish where I left off and maybe attempt to take a few snaps of Saturn. Off topic a lot of weird noises tonight aside from the drunks coming from the pubs, weird animal calls and a strange scratching from under the shed.
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PostSubject: Re: A clear night at last   A clear night at last EmptyTue Aug 23, 2011 10:36 am

lol sounds eerie, hope the cloud cover disappears soon, because it sounds pretty interesting what your doing Smile keep it up

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