Fire Ball Discovery?
Much debate on the ADAS@YAHOO news group about the fireball seen late Saturday night. Some think it was a NASA satellite re-entry others a real fireball. According to Richard B a real fireball landed in a "garden in Bavaria"! The composite below shows some of the observers and the Comet again from Saturday, with the Comet view including the horizon, Andromeda and Mum, Cassiopeia. This is a big file - 80k, but what the heck!? Film Fuji 800 ASA ROKKOR 35 mm F2.8 lens and 30 se
March 2002 Newsletter
The monthly meeting will be held on Friday, 1st March, at Timperley Village Hall, 8 pm. Graham Sinagola will be speaking on astrophotography. Recent Events In the past month, there have been two visits to the observatory by a cub scout group from Stockport. The first event, on the 18th had clear skies, the 14’’ was brought out to observe with, and a slide show was given by Chairman Chris Suddick. Feedback from Richard Bullock was that both groups enjoyed the visits, but a sh