Re: (IAAC) This week on the "IAAC"...
Maybe we should see if the AL would grant a "group" Messier certificate to
the IAAC! ;-)
Bet we could get the Herschel 400 in short order too! Heck, might already
and, of course, "Carpe Nocteum!" - seize the night.
From: William Schart <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Monday, July 30, 2001 9:43 PM
Subject: Re: (IAAC) This week on the "IAAC"...
>Well, I'll be. I had no idea, just out looking at things.
>On Monday, July 30, 2001, at 04:52 PM, Lew Gramer wrote:
>> I'll be darned, Hartmut, you are right: William's was the first and
>> only observing log we have so far received for M23! Thanks, William. :)
>> And thank you, Hartmut, for your continued interest and support.
>> Keep those logs coming in, everyone! And if you have not posted so far,
>> please don't be shy: we are not a group of "experts", after all. We're
>> merely amateur astronomers with a passion for deep-sky, just like you.
>> (I myself have a large "backlog" of observations - as I am sure many of
>> you do, too... Hopefully I can share some with IAAC this Full Moon! :>)
>> Clear skies,
>> Lew Gramer
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