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Posted by Glenn Muller on August 5, 2002 18:54:19 UTC

Good report, Esteve.

I also went after Uranus, on Friday night, with my 6" Newtonian. Didn't find it, but later on we caught NGC 6610 (I think) which is a small blue planetary nebula - really cool; it appears something like you might expect Earth to look when viewed from a great distance.

Keep looking up.

Glenn

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