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    Senior Member TheFlyingKidney's Avatar
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    Any Supermoon watchers out there

    Although its going to be a bit of flop in the UK.


    Time for clearing off the damp leaves, thinking of lush spring bulbs and salads, and Xmas TV with specials and classics.

    Somebody... Take me away!

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    Abit to cloudy last night to see anything but hopefully tonight will have less clouds.

    Sunset falls about 4.15 in Manchester,

    If you're interested in the stars at night and have a smartphone - check out the 'Skyview' App. Just point your camera at the sky and the App superimposes the galaxy's over the sky and highlights constellations, planet names and facts - really cool features!

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...viewfree&hl=en

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    One of my friends uses 'Skyview' on his iPhone.

    I prefer 'Heavens Above' on my Android phone.
    (and on the PC but I'm not lifting that up and pointing it at the sky, lol).

    Another great site with skycharts, satellite tracking, ISS tracking, etc.,etc.

    Website:
    http://www.heavens-above.com/

    Phone app:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...d&alt=0&tz=UCT
    Last edited by nukecad; 15-11-16 at 15:16.
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    Looks like someone got careless tossing the pancakes.(or is it a chapati?)
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    Tortilla, someones got may too much time on their hands ....

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    Got many updates about the supernoon effect through MSN

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