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  1. Saturn's rings not!
  2. Learning to recognise constilations
  3. new comet C/2009 F6 [Yi-SWAN]
  4. Moon tonight
  5. ISS passes Castor and Pollux.
  6. Possible young sun?
  7. bins at Lidls
  8. did you seen the moon tonight
  9. International Space Station over UK
  10. Venus and rainbows
  11. Altocumulus Lenticularis
  12. DVD spectroscope
  13. Venus - last chance
  14. Swift Monocular
  15. cruising the lunar terminator
  16. anyone howl at last night's full moon?
  17. my digicam set-up
  18. moon and Saturn last night
  19. Crescent Moon but no Venus
  20. Venus as crescent
  21. Shooting Star
  22. Majestic moon in blue afternoon sky
  23. Horsehead Nebula
  24. First Time Buying a Telescope
  25. Just thought u guys should read this news.
  26. Saturn + binary stars
  27. Moon+Venus video
  28. The stars are out!
  29. telescope into powerful astro-camera
  30. Shot of the Day!
  31. a new comet on view
  32. scope galore at London Astrofest
  33. auto-telescope on show
  34. star cluster video
  35. bright star
  36. snow-domed
  37. New pics from Mars
  38. Is Dark Energy a Relatively Recent Force?
  39. Other way to look at the Universe's Expansion?
  40. Expanding Earths Biosphere Into Space
  41. quasars = really ancient lights
  42. What planet was it?
  43. my backgarden scope clip
  44. In the Shadow of the Moon DVD
  45. Cheap Telescope In Use for first time tonight...
  46. viewing sun in red hygrogen light
  47. Planet Mercury on view at dusk
  48. astronomy site
  49. Great Orion Nebula
  50. Venus + crescent moon
  51. seasonal greetings
  52. Moon pics
  53. Fly me to the Moon
  54. Energy of the Sun
  55. When will the moon escape?
  56. Last Nights Full Moon
  57. The moon and Venus
  58. Bright Blue Flashes In Our Skies
  59. low cost optics, cams etc
  60. A rat or what?
  61. 2 questions. Binoculars, and constelations
  62. Moon occults planet Venus Dec 1
  63. Catastrophe!
  64. International Space Station pass
  65. Venus and Jupiter on view now
  66. planet Eris far,far away
  67. asteroids on the move
  68. Colgate spectroscope
  69. Colgate spectroscope
  70. moon setting