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Mona, check out this article:

Astrophotographer Snaps Hi-Resolution Solar ‘Mosaic’ Using Over 300,000 Shots From Telescope in His Backyard


https://www.theepochtimes.com/astro...is-backyard_4224402.html?utm_source=News

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Great pictures, Angie. Thanks for sharing. I wonder if he's entered anything in the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition.


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I don't know but what close ups these are. Phenomenal.

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Mona, what is your take on solar activity?

https://www.almanac.com/solar-cycle-25-sun-heating

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The Cosmic Pursuits Newsletter - June 2022

Here's some of what's featured this month.

1. What to see in the Night Sky This Month.

2. Summer arrives in the northern hemisphere and plenty of sunshine greets us after a long winter. But the Sun itself is about to get interesting as it embarks on another 11-year-long cycle that brings more sunspots, flares, and magnetic activity. This month's observing article: the Sun awakens.

3. The 'Everything Everywhere' podcast explains how a star is born.

4. Well at least something went well this month - initial tests of the James Webb Space Telescope show an astonishing degree of image resolution in the mid-infrared. The discoveries will soon start pouring out of this telescope like a fire hose.

5. The dean of astronomy writers, Timothy Ferris, has two new short 'Rocky Hill Lectures' this month, one about 'the multiverse' and another about the prospects for time travel.

6. A fascinating think piece, worth the time: How to improve the search for alien life in the galaxy.


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The nights are getting longer now that we've turned the clocks back and are heading for the solstice. But there's plenty to see in the November skies.

Brian Ventrudo produces Cosmic Pursuits, and let's us know what's up in the sky this month.


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What's up in the December skies? Quite a lot, says Brian Ventudo in Cosmic Pursuits.

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As 2022 comes to and end, all five bright planets are visible in the evening sky. Mars steals the show, however, as it reaches its first opposition in more than two years and, almost simultaneously, undergoes a lunar occultation for observers in North America and Europe. And the Geminid meteor shower arrives a week before the December solstice. Here's what to see in the Night Sky This Month.


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The first month of 2023 brings planets galore, a modest meteor shower, dazzling constellations, and for a lucky few, another lunar occultation of Mars. Grab your scope and star maps - here's what to see in the Night Sky This Month.

Cosmic Pursuits also includes other articles of astronomical interest.


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