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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Withnail, Apr 17, 2010.
That looks like Venus (in blue jeans).
@staffordjas, there is an easy digital solution to quickly and easily disabling the flash on a phone.
Put a fingertip over it.
... whilst being sure to avoid disabling the lens at the same time...
I'll see you that 1, and raise you this .................
A Musical Guide To Our Solar System from the centre to the edge:
You Stole The Sun From My Heart - Manic Street Preachers
Mercury Rising - The Stranglers
Venus As A Boy - Björk
Planet Earth - Duran Duran
Life On Mars? - David Bowie
Asteroid - The Devil Wears Prada
Jupiter Crash - The Cure
Saturn's Pattern - Paul Weller
Rocket To Uranus - Vengaboys
Neptune - Foals
Kuiper - Benn Jordan
Halley's Comet - Sarah Darling
Pluto - Clare & The Reasons [possibly in a double act with Charon, Ferryman Of The Damned - David Denyer]
Voyager 1 - Black Rivers
Oort Cloud - Scale The Summit
Mars is easy to see in the evening. Reddish colour in the south/southeast. However if you see a large tripod type thing in the distance ... f**king run for it is my advice.
Well, the chances of anything coming from Mars may be a million to one against, but I've got a piece of Mars (NWA6963).
That looks like a part of the exhaust manifold of a Tripod Machine if ever I saw one ...
Sky Map's a very good app to get if you want to know what it is. Line your phone up with the star and bingo.
I have the cd in the car. Brilliant if you're driving home in the dark, in the middle of a thunder storm............
Saturn, Jupiter and the Moon putting on a show this evening if you get a clear sky .....
The International Space Station almost collided with the Moon last night, it was a close run thing. Of course, they may have missed each other by a quarter of a million miles, but it sure looked close.
Jupiter and Saturn are nicely positioned in our night sky, relatively 'close' to each other. Even a relatively small telescope should reveal Jupiter's Galilean moons and Saturn's rings. And if you've got something of reasonable power you should be able to look at Uranus later in the night.