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Share the night sky. These tweets do not represent the opinion of General Motors. Tweets by Jim Goodall
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WSU Planetarium Sep 14
Astronomy at the Beach was stellar as usual!
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WSU Planetarium Sep 14
Even with a rainy start we had a great time at night one of Astronomy At the Beach, and so did the Student Astronomical Society. Join us again tonight at Island Lake Rec Area in Brighton, 6-12!
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MLive.com News Sep 13
See the stars in a state park at ‘Astronomy at the Beach’
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 14
Tonight's the big night! The weather forecast looks clear and we're expecting 60+ telescopes and 3000+ people!
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 13
Astronomy At The Beach 2019!  🔭 -
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 13
Astronomy At The Beach 2019!  🔭 -
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 12
Friday and Saturday!
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J. Kade Sep 10
Replying to @GMAstronomy
That looks like a fresh photo of the moon! The Bay of Rainbows was wonderful last night.
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 10
Astronomy At The Beach 2019!  🔭 -
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 8
Astronomy At The Beach 2019!  🔭 -
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ASAS-SN Sep 5
And now they move! "Left 2018 N2 Asassn (0.89 arc seconds per minute) and right 260 P McNaught (1.78 arc seconds per minute)" - taken by Michael Jäger on September 4, 2019 @ Weißenkirchen, Austria
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 4
European Space Agency satellite changed course to avoid SpaceX craft - CNN
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 2
Replying to @meg2386 @Line_Fault
It's ok, I found it. Your video was very helpful.
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 2
Replying to @rok4d @Line_Fault
I'm trying to identify the stars in your photo
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 2
Replying to @rok4d @Line_Fault
The location is very important for triangulation. I also thought maybe you had the camera setup for astrophotography and we could see the stars better in the picture that was taken before the meteor
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 2
Replying to @meg2386 @Line_Fault
I mean the exact location, like the address. You can email me at james.a.goodall@gmail.com
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 2
Replying to @Line_Fault
Hello, would you mind sharing the location of the camera to aide in triangulation?
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 2
Hi Honu, would you mind sharing the location of the camera to aide in triangulation?
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 2
Replying to @jgbrewer22 @Line_Fault
Hi Johnathon, would you mind sharing the location of the camera to aide in triangulation?
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General Motors Astronomy Club Sep 2
Replying to @DenJessika @Line_Fault
Hi Jessica, would you mind sharing the location of the camera to aide in triangulation?
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