Lunar Program done differently.

Lunar Program done differently.

Postby steve-pinney » Sun Jun 07, 2015 2:54 pm

Thought you all might get a smile out of this. I am doing the A.L. Lunar Program and I am no a fan of mosquito's and I like air conditioning sooooo . . .

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Window faces East and once the Moon is up about 27° to 28° it clears the trees and I have a good 2 hrs of observing. ;)
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Re: Lunar Program done differently.

Postby edward-fraini » Mon Jun 08, 2015 10:18 pm

Brings a smile....

I have to admit a big reason I did the moon program was that I could do it from my driveway. You would think a lot of people would think the same way but it is not one of the popular programs.

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Re: Lunar Program done differently.

Postby steve-pinney » Tue Jun 09, 2015 3:21 pm

edward-fraini wrote:Brings a smile....

I have to admit a big reason I did the moon program was that I could do it from my driveway. You would think a lot of people would think the same way but it is not one of the popular programs.

Ed F.


and it's not all that easy, especially challenging with this weather.
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