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 MY SKY Images from Our Members

Saturn and Titan

Saturn and Titan taken with my telescope and iPhone camera.

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Star Trails - paintings on the canvas of night sky

Astrophotography requires both luck and patience, when it comes to capturing star trails.

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Looking up!

I attended an astronomy camp with comet hunter David Levy while shooting a documentary.

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MY STORY Stories From Our Members

THE ACID TEST OF FINAL FAREWELLS

by Roger Peter Elsinger

March 18, 2013 | 0 comments

gramparaja's Blog The acid test of final farewells March 10, 2013 15 years ago I missed a turn and drove off a 30 foot cliff knowing absolutely that I would not survive when it was over. I had often wondered through the years what I would say or do when facing certain death and I found out at that time. My wife was riding with me and as we went airborne I heard myself say "oh, sweetheart"... In that short moment airborne... And utter complete mental silence. 8 feet of snow saved our lives a second later. A week ago ... more »

My Story

by Heath

February 27, 2013 | 0 comments

Unfortunately I came to understand the importance of science a little late in life. But it's never too late to make a difference. I've realized that science really is "the poetry of reality". I grew up in a small town where it seemed that 99.9 percent of the population was catholic. I used to believe in the teachings of the religion but always questioned them. I used to think that "god" could hear my thoughts so when I would question "god", by coincidence and chance I would encounter an event that made it seem like a punishment or message directed ... more »

Science, my life

by Michael Grella

February 27, 2013 | 0 comments

My name is Michael, I've always been amazed by science for as long as I can remember. I was always interested and telling my mother random facts. I was born in Germany and moved to the United States when I was 9 years old in the 3rd grade. There I learned English, but that wasn't the best part, it was the first time I heard about the solar system and planets, I've seen plenty of outer-space pictures and cartoons with planets and watched cartoons with space as well. But in 3rd grade is when I really learned about our Solar ... more »

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