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« Reply #15: December 22, 2007, 07:46:49 pm »

Yup, that's what it says, all right.  Odd that there's not a peep about it elsewhere, but, hey, that's why I'm subscribed to more than one newsletter, and have a bunch of links - not everything gets mentioned everywhere.

Thank you for providing that link, and thanks to Star for fixing it - it had a "subscribe" button right there, so I did.  It seems to me that the NASA site isn't as easily navigable as it used to be - I'm sure I remember it having link-names that were more obvious than what it has now.

All in all, though, I'm glad I had trouble finding it, because in hunting about I found other things I might not have otherwise.

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Do you subscribe to spaceweather.com? I like that one too and if there are going to be aurora borealis sightings in your area they even have an automated phone message that will call you to let you know so you won't miss it.
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« Reply #16: December 22, 2007, 09:08:47 pm »

Do you subscribe to spaceweather.com? I like that one too and if there are going to be aurora borealis sightings in your area they even have an automated phone message that will call you to let you know so you won't miss it.
I do now Cheesy!  I had that site bookmarked, but hadn't subbed to the newsletter.  Thanks for the nudge.

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« Reply #17: December 22, 2007, 09:24:55 pm »

It was partly cloudy and cold here last night too.  And yes, Mars has put on quite a show.  I suspect that's all we're due for, so I guess I'll take the almost-full moon, in the partly cloudy sky, the day before the Solstice.  Wink

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I'd settle for a full nights sleep.....rain tonight, so no moon-mars viewing this evening.
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