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Well the weather turned on us again.On 2/10/07 we had a observing night at Coleman Observatory,at 5:30 it was still cloudy,but since I had told Bob that I would be there I Just loaded myself up & headed to the observatory,as luck would have it halfway there the skies started to clear up"teach me to leave my scope at home!"By the time I arrived it was pretty much clear,Joe Roam was there so we stood around & talked for a while until Tessa Freeman & her photographer Glen showed up,while Joe went to fetch Bob I kept Tessa & Glen company,they took several pictures of the lair for Cetus with Tessa looking thru the scope.The whole time I was looking around at the sky berating myself for not bringing my scope,Jupiter was easily seen in the west even before the sun was totally down.Pleidaes was evident as was Orion among others.I was thinking that when the photo shoot was done we would have a chance to do some observing & maybe some imaging with Cetus,but sure enough,soon as they were done the clouds moved back in & we had to call it a night.
So let's try this againSurprised!n 02/17/07 we have another observing night scheduled,once again Bob & I will be there observing & trying to get some images,so why don't y'all cmon up & join us for some good observing!">

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