Nic Fleet

@nicfleet

It may look like I'm doing nothing, but at the cellular level I'm really quite busy...

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Sadly we could not afford a Xmas tree this year :( #ExtemeRecycling

Stretch Limo Cat needs a bigger basket...

Here's my stacked image of last night's 4th #ISS pass disappearing behind the hedge! #ISSmarathon

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Ground control to Major Tom!

I stoatally agree...

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Just managed to see comet #PanSTARRS again tonight, low down through the murk!

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Sunrise over Gale Crater on the day that lands!! I'm here reporting exclusively for !

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Phew - made it through immigration just in time to see the dawn sky lightening over Gale Crater on #Mars :))) #MSL

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The beautiful crescent #moon is visible well before #Venus in a hazy sky this evening #moonwatch

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If you missed the crescent #moon tonight, panic ye not, it will be visible at the same time tomorrow evening!

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Don't forget to look at the thin crescent moon tonight - visible in binos in the sunset glow NOW!!

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And here's , & me at about 6am with a very faint semi-eclipsed sun!!

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Here's the only annular eclipse I've seen, from Cromarty Head on 31 May 2003, through the mist!!

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The planet #Venus imaged by through his forsythia tonight!!

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#ISS this evening, just before it disappeared into Earth's shadow. No soffits were harmed in taking of this image!

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this afternoon - solar viewing with cat...

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Partial satellite flare. This image from the Perseids seemed almost to good to be true, and it was. The trail points back to the radiant but there is something not quite right about the look of it. On closer examination it turned out to be a satellite flare truncated by the end of the exposure.

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#Venus, #Jupiter & the crescent #Moon over 's Spring #Stargazing event yesterday evening!

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We've had some awesome views of the sun through new #Solarscope this weekend! Here's a very raw image taken with i-phone, hand held... #SafeSunSpotting

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