And what of the ninth planet which nobody has seen but is definitely there?AHB wrote:What happened to the comet I failed to see?
Talk about anything but keep it polite and reasonably clean.
Do you mean Comet C/2013 US10 Catalina?AHB wrote:What happened to the comet I failed to see?
Not easy to see this evening due to the full Moon, but relatively easy to locate due to its proximity to well known constellations. Look at that page again two weeks from now to see where it is and then look for it with binoculars. When you see an indistinct grey smudge with a faint green core you have seen the comet.
It doesn't look like this...
It looks more like this, but not so bright and well defined, more like a smudge...
It's not quite 9am on this wet Wednesday and my mind has already been blown by the fact that Murray (x2)and Konte are in the semi-finals of the Austrailian open, and that if I am going to get sucked into a Black hole...it needs to be a big one!jdaw1 wrote:By one of my former lecturers, Do black holes have no hair? Worthy of your attention.
Strangely I was not too surprised in who Julian's former lecturer was.
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Perseids go cray-cray tonight, according to the beeb http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-37050631 . But it is clouding up here at present so I don't think I will see much.