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    I'll be out back by the fire with a cold beer in my hand watching the Orionids if anyone needs me.

    http://www.space.com/23219-orionids-...pr=17610706465

    #2
    Originally posted by Woods Devil View Post
    I'll be out back by the fire with a cold beer in my hand watching the Orionids if anyone needs me.

    http://www.space.com/23219-orionids-...pr=17610706465
    Lucky you. I always get cloud cover every time there is one
    Tuesday is soylent green day

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      #3
      Originally posted by Night View Post

      Lucky you. I always get cloud cover every time there is one
      There is always the next one, happy viewing.


      http://www.cute-calendar.com/categor...r-showers.html

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        #4
        Enjoy - great way to spend a night
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          #5
          I am going to get a blowy and then take a lunesta..I have shit to do tomorrow.

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            #6
            Too much moon right now. I'll try in the am.
            Screw diplomacy...........bring it!

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              #7
              Bigger the Government, the smaller the Citizen.

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                #8
                To much haze now. I never see any!
                Screw diplomacy...........bring it!

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                  #9
                  I should have mentioned that on those nights when your viewing is poor but you still want to see the show you can usually go to space.com. The Leonids peak next month.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by UnderTheStars View Post
                    Enjoy - great way to spend a night

                    Until you wake up in the morning and almost everyone is blind and the plants are trying to eat you

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Smudge View Post


                      Until you wake up in the morning and almost everyone is blind and the plants are trying to eat you
                      Sounds like you need a gardener, I know a good one in your area.
                      Bigger the Government, the smaller the Citizen.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Woods Devil View Post
                        I should have mentioned that on those nights when your viewing is poor but you still want to see the show you can usually go to space.com. The Leonids peak next month.
                        Slooh is good too

                        http://live.slooh.com/

                        Originally posted by Smudge View Post


                        Until you wake up in the morning and almost everyone is blind and the plants are trying to eat you
                        Your meteor showers are better than my meteor showers!!

                        Originally posted by rover View Post
                        Sounds like you need a gardener, I know a good one in your area.
                        Lemme guess...
                        .

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                          #13
                          Those aren't meteor showers, they're acid trips Undie...
                          Bigger the Government, the smaller the Citizen.

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                            #14
                            The Taurids should be visable for the next 10 days or so with bright meteors on display


                            " The Taurids are a particularly large collection of meteoroids, so the Earth takes several weeks to pass through them. They are also made up of unusually large particles, so while they are relatively few in number on a given night, they cause a disproportionate number of very bright meteors, which astronomers call "fireballs."
                            Because the Taurids last for several weeks, they have been divided into two separate showers because their radiant moves during that time. The "South Taurids" peak on Thursday (Nov. 5), and the "North Taurids" peak a week later on Thursday (Nov. 12)"



                            http://www.space.com/31029-taurid-me...pr=17610706465

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                              #15
                              I'll be out back tonight trying to see some of the North Taurids.

                              The Leonids peak next Tuesday

                              https://stardate.org/nightsky/meteors


                              I haven't seen a comet with my eyes only since the 1997 Hale Bopp so I hope that Catalina puts on a nice show later this month

                              http://www.skyandtelescope.com/obser...s111120151111/

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