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H. Oct 21
Replying to @EdmontonRASC
Fantastic turn out for this afternoon’s solar viewing event. The Edmonton members are doing a wicked job! 🔭🌞
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Astronomy Edmonton Oct 21
Here is sime good background info on the Orionids.
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Astronomy Edmonton Oct 21
Like any meteor shower, the Orionids are best seen from a dark location away from city lights. Best in the overnight hours from midnight on
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Astronomy Edmonton Oct 21
. volunteer Jay Lavender (aka ) shares his double-barreled solar telescope array at
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Astronomy Edmonton Oct 21
Sun playing peekaboo with the crowd that has gathered at Jasper Visitor Centre lawn for solar observing session at Festival
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Astronomy Edmonton Oct 19
This weekend at Jasper Dark Sky Festival 3 FREE public observing sessions hosted by volunteers (weather permitting). Details:
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Astronomy Edmonton Oct 19
This weekend at Jasper Dark Sky Festival 3 FREE public observing sessions hosted by volunteers (weather permitting). Details:
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Jay Lavender Oct 19
Prime focus image of a giant prominence lifting off the SW limb of today's Solar Disc
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Jay Lavender Oct 18
Getting Ready for at the Jasper Dark Sky Festival this weekend!
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NASA Oct 14
Days before , scientists used satellite data to predict what the Sun’s outer atmosphere would look like:
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Astronomy Edmonton Oct 17
Replying to @stellakafka
Hey Stella, thanks for a terrific presentation on variable stars last night. It was a pleasure to meet you. /Bruce
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Astronomy Edmonton Oct 13
FREE public talk: Observing variable stars Speaker: Dr. ,Director of Mon Oct 16, 19:30
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Stella Oct 16
En route to Edmonton, where I’ll talk about at the tonight. Really looking forward to meeting everyone there...
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Alan Dyer Oct 13
Steve, the strange auroral arc, makes APOD! He posed for my panorama on Sept. 27.
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Images By Stan Oct 14
Pillars of purple and green tonight of Thanks for sending the my way.
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Astronomy Edmonton Oct 14
Nice shot, Stan. What was your exposure time & related info for this shot?
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Bruce McCurdy Oct 13
Skies have mostly cleared in St. Albert & there is indeed a nice arch of aurora fairly low in the north. Pale for now, but promising.
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Jeff Wallace 🇨🇦 Oct 12
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SolarHam Oct 13
Moderate (G2) geomagnetic storm watch now in effect (Oct 13). High speed stream continues to move past Earth.
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Bruce McCurdy Oct 13
As it rose, this morning's waning crescent Moon appeared to be surfing on a sea of clouds. 1-second (over-)exposure captured at 01:15 MDT
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