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My very dear friend, mentor, colleague and former professor Katherine Meyer-Canales, Co-Chair of the Saddleback College Astronomy and Physics Department and Advisor to Saddleback’s Astronomy and Physics Club, has recommended this home planetarium software available for FREE. I have not reviewed this yet, so I’m taking her (very reliable) word for this. It is . […]
Looks like I’m going to have to put December 8 on the calendar and break out a telescope. I hope the roads will be passable in and around Mt. Laguna, as that is probably where I will head for observing. I wonder how this will compare with Hale Bopp from 1997. Want to join me? […]
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