Discussion in 'Astronomy & Astrophotography' started by Skywatcher, Sep 26, 2008.
I can't see Jupiter from my house. Too built up around here.
gis it here i'll help you eat it
i didn't mean that to sound ungrateful btw!!!
everyones getting their fleeces ready. What time is it for everyone else then?
I've seen Jupiter!!!!! :207:
I've dragged Adrian barefoot into the garden to see it. :rofl:
i just went out and saw it too, bright isnt it
i know, i didnt think to text you sorry
Made me feel all tiny.
when you think of all there is to think about to do with the heavens we are just a dot
If I think about that it scares me and I end up in the foetal position.
I'm going in the garden now with Steven's early learning centre binoculars.
im off out now too, will post a pic later if it comes out ok lol
saw it! DAWN it should be over you by now!!
Just come back in. That was awesome. It was moving so quickly.
I was stood in the garden in my jack skellington jammies and winnie the pooh slippers. :7:
That was one of the most awesome things I have ever seen! It was moving so fast!!! Thank you so so much Chris for telling us about it. My kids are gobsmacked!!
Saw it too It was moving faster than I expected, it's very obvious when you know what you are looking for!
Saw Jupiter through the binoculars as well - very cool!
that was sooooooooooooooooo cool thanks Chris!!!
it just faded out when it got over the top of our house
no worries nut!!!
where is jupiter? is it the bright star in the south?
Yeah. It looks ever so slightly yellow from my garden.
absolutely brilliant !!! THANKS Chris!!!!!!!
Saw Jupiter too
Jupiter looked a bit like the moon through pur binoculars - what looks like a star turns into something amazing through the binoculars. I want a telescope now
Does move quite quickly. On the tracking site, you can see the region's name on the lower left side. About every second it changes to a new region (within the country...over Iran right now)
we've been skywatching and seen some twinkly lights glowing a bit blue (that was a few days ago) and tonight we saw (in the West) a bright twinkly glowing a bit red....me and youngest DS could see the red but DH and eldest DS couldn't......
thank you so much for letting us know about the ISS!
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