Monthly Archives: July 2014
Noel Carboni produced a stretched version of the Altair data to better show Barnard’s “E”.
Altair (centre), Tarazed (with Barnard’s “E”) top and Alshain (bottom) – the main stars in Aquila. Imaged using the Canon 5D MkII and the Canon 200mm prime lens at f#4. ISO 400, 4-minute subs, 24 subs in total – 22/07/2014. … Continue reading
Very interesting. Did a very quick and simple IQ test I found on the Internet (expecting it to be completely useless) and it came up with the same number from a “professional” test that took well over an hour. Obviously … Continue reading
We are it seems surrounded by trouble and strife. What I have written below came into my head almost complete – in one go. I don’t believe it came from God 🙂 But it might have 🙂 🙂 I live … Continue reading
It does not diminish the beauty of a sunset to know a little bit about it. Smart man!
In 1968 we were living at the top of the Sir John Soane’s museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Holborn, London having just returned from 2 years in New Zealand. Believe me, the museum was the spookiest of places at the … Continue reading
Yesterday’s “Pointless” programme on BBC1 had me more than a little confused and I just looked up the life of Marie Curie to try and sort out my confusion. One of the question categories was on Marie Curie, and two … Continue reading
Just seen at the end of today that I got today’s EPOD with “The Reddest Stars”. Thank you Jim for continuing to publish my work 🙂