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Discussions and observations about comets past, present and future
3 years ago
Deep Sky objects include nebulae and galaxies, and are generally very, very, very, far away
3 months, 2 weeks ago
The Solar System
Observation and discussion about Solar System objects such as our sun Sol, Earth and the space near to it, further out to The Moon (Luna), and the other planets, satellites, asteroids and anything else that generally stays within the confines of our star's influence
2 years, 10 months ago