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Old 02-20-2008, 10:47 PM   #57
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1145 PM EST - Marietta, GA. She's comin' round the mountain..
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and with planets at 12 n 8...

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Old 02-20-2008, 10:49 PM   #59
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here is our photo taken at 8:20 pacific time from North Vancouver BC
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Old 02-20-2008, 11:01 PM   #60
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Maybe not useful to viewers of these pictures posted, but when I magnify the same pictures of Saturn on my computer (like the photo in post #53) I can see the Saturn rings - albeit blurry. Pretty cool, though!
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Old 02-20-2008, 11:10 PM   #61
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That was brisk! BRRRRR!! 3 below zero. But I only cracked the door and shot at intervals.
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Maybe not useful to viewers of these pictures posted, but when I magnify the same pictures of Saturn on my computer (like the photo in post #53) I can see the Saturn rings - albeit blurry. Pretty cool, though!
Brad, good idea. I magnafied Wheels' first picture a thousand times (a very rough estimate, I don't really know how much), and this is what I saw of the little planet in the 8:00 position.

I tried to get a pic at peak, but couldn't find the moon in the viewfinder; too much "noise" in the camera.

Thanks for the great pics everyone! I forgot about the planets and Space Station though.
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Brad, good idea. I magnafied Wheels' first picture a thousand times (a very rough estimate, I don't really know how much), and this is what I saw of the little planet in the 8:00 position.

I tried to get a pic at peak, but couldn't find the moon in the viewfinder; too much "noise" in the camera.

Thanks for the great pics everyone! I forgot about the planets and Space Station though.
Cleveland!! That White Cross service league of Ohio has real out reach. Wouldn't have thought for a moment that you'd be able to see the facilities that clearly.
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Thank goodness it wasn't that cold here in CT! It was about 27F. Here it is after the total phase in rebirth. I could not help wondering how the population of earth felt when this type of event happened say 1500 years ago.
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…and Mrs. Slowsky, after watching the moon disappear before her eyes, says to Mr. B. Slowsky, “I told you to bury that cat feet down! now look at the mess we’re in!”
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Wow, PICTURES!
My view of the total eclipse of the moon here in Las Cruces, was obscured by clouds.

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Are you guys crazy? I went out to see the eclipse and there was no moon at all. Just like the last time.
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Thank goodness it wasn't that cold here in CT! It was about 27F. Here it is after the total phase in rebirth. I could not help wondering how the population of earth felt when this type of event happened say 1500 years ago.
Awesome shot Rick, was that with my favorite lens????
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