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Re: (IAAC) Obj: NGC 6231, Tr 24, Cr 316 (Sco Lizard, Sco Table, Sco Jewel Box) - Inst: 7x50 handheld binoculars



Celso,

Hi.  Thanks for the kudos.  The column has a decidedly northern prejudice
for two reasons:
1) I live at 43N latitude.
2) Some of the editors (I've had various editors) at S&T encourage it, since
most of the readership is in the north.

The farthest south I've done any real observing at is 25 latitude.  That
would allow me to do some slightly more southerly sky tours, but if you'd
like more southern sky articles the best thing to do is express your desires
to the folks at the magazine skytel@skypub.com .  Also, get other folks you
know to do the same.

I envy your view of some of the fantastic swaths of sky that remain beyond
my reach.

Clear skies,  Sue

----- Original Message -----
From: "Celso Montalvo" <celsom-w@amauta.rcp.net.pe>
To: <netastrocatalog-announce@atmob.org>
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2001 8:14 PM
Subject: RE: (IAAC) Obj: NGC 6231, Tr 24, Cr 316 (Sco Lizard, Sco Table, Sco
Jewel Box) - Inst: 7x50 handheld binoculars


> Certainly Susan, your articles are my favorite in S&T since they started.
I
> have a 60 mm refractor and I try to visit your described objects while
> possible. Living in the southern hemisphere some of your views are not
easy
> but anyway I try. It would be great if you could also visit our sky and
talk
> about the many wonders frequently unknown to northerners.
>
> Saludos.
>
> Celso Montalvo.
>
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