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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 Aug 16
Replying to @rebekahpierce @NASA
Great gesture by NASA to do this.
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CBC Ottawa Aug 15
Museum's kite collection kept under wraps
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Gary Boyle Aug 15
Replying to @BrownKnowser
Definitely. No means no.
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Gary Boyle Aug 14
Replying to @suthers
Great images Paul.
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Gary Boyle Aug 13
Today is part 4 of the 6 part Starstruck Series. Listen to CBC Radio One at 3:15 pm eastern and then tune in to the 6 pm news on CBC TV.
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Rob Matthews Aug 12
thanks so much this is amazing!!!! We are already at 7 sightings and we just arrived here! Thank you a million times for advice
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Gary Boyle Aug 13
Replying to @kingr1973
So happy you are witnessing and enjoying this great event.
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Gary Boyle Aug 13
Replying to @kingr1973
So happy you are witnessing and enjoying this great event.
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Gary Boyle Aug 12
Replying to @kingr1973
The radiant or area the meteors appear to come from is low in the north east when the sky is dark. As the night progresses the constellation of Perseus rises higher and higher this a better chance on seeing more meteors hit the atmosphere. So the best time would be from 2 am
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Gary Boyle Aug 12
Replying to @kingr1973
It would be best if you know someone that lives out of town away from city lights and instructions. Not sure where to go in town safely if want to be out all night long.
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Gary Boyle Aug 11
Replying to @Malpani_Ankit
No still waiting for my first. LOL
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Gary Boyle Aug 11
Replying to @Malpani_Ankit
Thanks
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Gary Boyle Aug 11
This is the Milky Way I imaged last night. Tonight and tomorrow nights are best to catch the Perseid meteor shower. More than 100 meteors seen per hour moving at 60 km/sec.
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Gary Boyle Aug 11
Replying to @Khanscope
This is obvious a joke. Totally false statements. The Perseid meteor shower is one of the best events of the year.
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Gary Boyle Aug 11
You did a great job last night James. Lor is so photogenic. Cannot wait for part two tonight.
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Gary Boyle Aug 10
Which one is Mars and which is the plane.
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Gary Boyle Aug 10
Replying to @astroeducator
Great show
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Gary Boyle Aug 10
Mars is even seen with the lights on.
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Thompson Citizen Aug 9
Perseid meteor shower will peak this weekend, says
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Gary Boyle Aug 8
Replying to @HakeemOluseyi
Thanks for sharing.
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