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Gary Boyle
Love teaching and sharing the night sky with everyone. Local media contact for astronomy. AKA - The Backyard Astronomer. Honoured by asteroid 22406 Garyboyle
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Gary Boyle Jan 22
Replying to @meganshawCTV
Where’s the beef.
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Gary Boyle Jan 20
Replying to @jvrCTV @Stefan_Keyes
Great image John
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Gary Boyle Jan 20
Replying to @BadAstronomer
Great show tonight.
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Gary Boyle Jan 20
Replying to @BadAstronomer
Too much Phil.
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Gary Boyle Jan 20
It was a very hard fought battle that could have gone either easy.
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Gary Boyle Jan 20
Replying to @cfax1070 @ToddCTV and 2 others
Go out and look at the lunar eclipse
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Gary Boyle Jan 20
T minis one hour till the moon begins to enter earth’s shadow.
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Gary Boyle Jan 20
James - Patriots by 3.
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Gary Boyle Jan 18
Replying to @TomSpears1
Grrrrrrrrr
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Gary Boyle Jan 18
Replying to @TomSpears1
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Gary Boyle Jan 18
Sunday night’s total lunar eclipse starts at 10:34 pm EST with mid eclipse at 12:12 am.
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Gary Boyle Jan 18
Or a total lunar eclipse starting Sunday night at 10:34 pm EST
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Gary Boyle Jan 18
Replying to @Cmdr_Hadfield
And looking back at the earth you would see every sunset on the left side of the planet and every sunrise on the right side all at the same time.
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Gary Boyle Jan 17
Replying to @SethMacFarlane
An interesting episode is the Orville goes back in time and interacts with a Star Trek Generations or Voyager crew. Enjoy the lunar eclipse Sunday night.
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Gary Boyle Jan 17
Ridiculous. Where’s the beef?
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Gary Boyle Jan 17
Replying to @Astro_DavidS
Your cell phone roaming charges must be a fortune. 😂
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Gary Boyle Jan 17
Hoping for clear skies for this Sunday night’s total lunar eclipse. It starts 10:34 pm EST, 7:34 pm PST and 12:15 am in NFLD. Mid eclipse is a little more than an hour later or 12:12 am EST etc. Very safe to look at and photograph.
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Gary Boyle Jan 13
True
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Gary Boyle Jan 13
Your Chief against my Patriots next Sunday. Good luck sir. Then go outside and watch the total lunar eclipse starting 10:34 EST
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Gary Boyle Jan 13
They should remove the front layer and keep the back. This tragedy could happen again with double deckers.
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