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Old 11-14-2002, 10:50 AM   #1
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Peaks around 03:00 here. Should be good viewing even with the full moon. :E

http://skyandtelescope.com/observing/objec...ticle_719_1.asp
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Old 11-14-2002, 12:24 PM   #2
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3 a.m. or 3 p.m.

Morgan, 3 am or 3 pm?

If it's 3 pm, I'll step outside.

If it's 3 am, you take pictures and post them for me, ok?
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Old 11-14-2002, 01:04 PM   #3
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Morgan, 3 am or 3 pm?

If it's 3 pm, I'll step outside.

If it's 3 am, you take pictures and post them for me, ok?
Sorry Charles,

I wrote that in Canadian, should have put (US 3:00 AM) in parentheses. :bh
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Old 11-14-2002, 01:34 PM   #4
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Military time

:drillsrgt For us military types that would be 0300L (local time) not to be confused with Zulu time (Greenwich Mean Time) which requires some conversion. Please don't ask! :wave
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Old 11-14-2002, 02:21 PM   #5
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Seems like I'm always doing this, but I read that thing, and I still don't know when or where to look.
The date. 18-night of or 19-morning of.
time of day.. 4:00pm on the 18th still light so can't see that one.
add the 6.5 hours for second one that's 10:30pm? that's not even close to 3:00am I think I missed something.
so when do I look?
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Old 11-14-2002, 03:01 PM   #6
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Seems like I'm always doing this, but I read that thing, and I still don't know when or where to look.
The date. 18-night of or 19-morning of.
time of day.. 4:00pm on the 18th still light so can't see that one.
add the 6.5 hours for second one that's 10:30pm? that's not even close to 3:00am I think I missed something.
so when do I look?
Jana Journeycake Pullstrailerwithyellowescape,

The second peak is at 10:46UT (universal time, formerly known as Greenwich Mean Time). I'm at UT - 7 hours in MST, you're at UT - 6 hours in CST. For you, the peak would be at 04:46, for me 03:46. But you want to start viewing well before the peak.

Get in your camper and go someplace dark. Get up at 03:30 and lie out in a sleeping bag with hot coffee and watch the constellation Leo.
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Thanks Morgan, I don't know how you figured that out, and I don't care. Just so you did. Where I live it's plenty dark in the middle of the drive.
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Thanks Morgan, I don't know how you figured that out, and I don't care. Just so you did. Where I live it's plenty dark in the middle of the drive.
Read my sign, Jana. :o

I thought you lived in Bartlesville. You want to be far away from any skyglow.
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Old 11-14-2002, 08:36 PM   #9
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Ahhh, well actually I live out by the lake in the country. One reason it's hard for me to go camping. I like camping in areas like I live. <img src=http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/uploads/3dd45d19681c6myhouse1.jpg/>
Looking north northwest toward my house. I do have a small Bartlesville glow in the southeast corner, but that's it. So I suppose that's where they are going to be?
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Old 11-14-2002, 09:28 PM   #10
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If it's a small glow, don't worry.

It's a full moon, so you won't even notice the glow. :lol

Beautiful "cottage" by the lake, JJ. Do you have a trailer pad with hookups? :banana
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Got the plug and water hookup, but no dump station. and I'm pretty sure we have a time limit. :wak also got some well trained trees for Charles. They have jumped in front of my Toms backing pickup three times..no make that four, got the side mirror once.
lake has nothing but water. It's a day to 10 pm lake.
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Got the plug and water hookup, but no dump station. and I'm pretty sure we have a time limit. :wak also got some well trained trees for Charles. They have jumped in front of my Toms backing pickup three times..no make that four, got the side mirror once.
lake has nothing but water. It's a day to 10 pm lake.
Maybe I should fish in your lake. At least then I'd have an excuse. I've been fishing a lot since I retired, but have yet to catch a fish. :bh I'm beginning to think they really are smarter than me (see my sign).

Someone once said, "Visitors, like fish, start to stink after three days." Is that your time limit? Of course, with no dump station, we'd start to stink after maybe four days in any case.

With my hitch alien, I don't have to worry about backing into trees. It doesn't work well going forward, though.
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they even have a boat ramp. as if you would need one with your boat. I just realized..if you think the lake is to the right of my picture, wrong. that's a little tiny creek. the lake is off to the left up to the road then to the left again about quarter mile then right a block.
if you look behind you when you turn into my drive you can just see it. It was a very popular rec area in the 20's and 30's but has fallen in disrepair. they have been working on it this summer though.
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I'm going to have to rethink my visit. I thought it was lakeside and it's merely creekside. :o

We love to camp by running water, especially if there are rilles or even waterfalls. :wub

I love your home, especially the oak trees. I have to drive a couple of hours north to see oak trees. :E :E
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