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General Motors Astronomy Club
Share the night sky. These tweets do not represent the opinion of General Motors. Tweets by Jim Goodall
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General Motors Astronomy Club Oct 16
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 25
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 15
Open Observing Night, Friday, Sep 25th -
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Michigan Astronomy Aug 27
Considering an advanced degree in ? Attend our virtual preview event to learn about our program in Astronomy & . Talk to current grad students and leading faculty and find out what a degree from UM can do for you! Learn more:
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General Motors Astronomy Club Aug 17
Open Observing Night on Friday! -
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General Motors Astronomy Club Aug 4
Open Observing Night - Friday, August 21st!  🔭 -
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jul 22
Open Observing Night Friday!  🔭 -
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SPACE.com Jul 5
Comet NEOWISE could give skywatchers a dazzling show this month. Here's what to know.
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Jeremy Perez Jul 5
I have a strong dislike of early mornings—but so worth it today because wow is that comet beautiful! C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) I was at Sunset Crater by 4AM. It was an easy naked-eye object, but really rewarding through binoculars. Last pic is closest to naked eye scale.
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 15
Public Observing Night Next Friday!  🔭 -
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 12
Replying to @GMAstronomy
Oops, the picture might be a little misleading, there will be no moon... but we'll see some cool stuff anyway.
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General Motors Astronomy Club Jun 12
Public Observing Night Next Friday!  🔭 -
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General Motors Astronomy Club May 30
Replying to @moinshariff
I'm not sure how bright it will be, but, if you know where it will be and the sun is shining on it... you could at least see it with binoculars, I would think.
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General Motors Astronomy Club May 7
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Doug Bock Apr 20
April 19, 2020. Venus 10" f/8 RC @ prime focus (~2000) Sub ROI, 1300 frames captured, 95 used. ZWO asi071mc PRO, Gain 1, Video capture at 131 FPS. Processed in AutoStakkert 3 with 1.5 Drizzle applied.
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Doug Bock Apr 20
Last night (April 19, 2020) I focused on more data on the Coma Cluster (Abell 1656) 85 x 300 second subs were used (7 hours 5 minutes) out of 95 collected (90%) 24 x 300 second darks 50 flats 10" f/8 RC ZWO asi071mc PRO, gain 300, temp -5C
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David Blanchflower Apr 14
"A Trio Of Planets And The Moon Before Dawn."
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HawaiiScienceMuseum Apr 10
Join board member today for a virtual talk and Q&A about black holes and , the first ever directly imaged black hole! 1PM HST don't miss it!
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Thomas Zurbuchen Apr 5
Teams across the agency have gathered videos, lessons, experiments, coloring pages, puzzles and other resources for you to do with . Visit the site and select your activity:
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NASA Exoplanets Apr 7
has activities for everyone. We’ve turned our exoplanet posters into a free downloadable coloring book based on real science. Hit print🖨 & grab crayons🖍, markers or paint 🎨 and show us your creations with !
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