General Question

General Question

Postby stephen-jones » Mon Aug 05, 2013 7:24 am

I was a member of HAS back in 2008 and began some Astroleague programs then but didn't finish them, and left the society for a while to take care of some life stuff, and now I'm back. Will my old observations still count, or do I have to re-observe everything? I wouldn't at all mind restarting my Messier list, but restarting Lunar Club would be REALLY annoying.
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Re: General Question

Postby william-kowalczyk » Tue Aug 06, 2013 6:50 pm

There are no restrictions on time between observations that I'm am aware of. That's why we log in the first place!

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Re: General Question

Postby stephen-jones » Wed Aug 07, 2013 12:00 pm

Well it wasn't the time between observations I was necessarily concerned about, but rather the lapse in my membership between those observations and now. I guess when I'm done I'll turn those in and find out.
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Re: General Question

Postby chris-ober » Wed Aug 07, 2013 2:09 pm

I still have my logs from when I started my Herschel 400 in 1990 before a very long hiatus. It's rather interesting to compare what I saw then to now.

Is there a record for the longest time it takes someone to complete a program? :)
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