ARCHIVE RESEND (IAAC) Re: Amateur Journals?


Thanks for the response. My apologies for the oversight! I should
have included your journal along with Interstellarum.

I am aware of "Ciel Extreme," having seen your website as
announced several months ago on one of the listservers. I'm also
glad that your excellent site does provide an English
translation, as my French is limited to about 2 or 3 short
sentences; much to my loss...

Clear Skies!

Art Russell
Atlanta, Georgia

Big Dobs - "Size Does Matter"

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Yann Pothier <ypothier@closun.snv.jussieu.fr>
> Sent: Wednesday, August 05, 1998 10:59 AM
> To: artrussell@mindspring.com
> Subject: Re: Amateur Journals?
> >Anybody have any recommendations on other journals of use to
the amateur
> >community?
> >
> >Art Russell
> Hi all,
> my first contribution to the lis, but I've been reading very seriously the
> F/4-F/5 debate, having a F/4.5 dob I will take a half of each opinion...
> Beeing a "Betelgeuse" (NDSOS) and "The Deep Sky Observer" (Webb Soc), I
> created about two years ago a deep sky publication here in France; it is
> called "Ciel Extreme" and issue 10 has been printed out in early July.
> While the main subject is deep sky observation, it contains some articles
> on instruments (dobsons of 16", 17.5", 22" and 30" were described in some
> articles).
> The magazine is in french and may not be of interest to this list's
> affiliated contributers but you can read what the project is about at the
> following web page:
>   http://pegase.unice.fr/~skylink/publi/cielextreme
> The main pages are in french but an english version is available at the
> same index page.
> Enjoy and clear skies to all big dobs afficionados.
> Yann Pothier	tel: 01 43 41 43 29
> 11 impasse Canart, 75012 PARIS, FRANCE
> Email: ypothier@abi.snv.jussieu.fr
> Site : http://pegase.unice.fr/~skylink/publi/cielextreme