Federation-Adcock Telescope – wheelchair access.
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About Judith B
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Judith B contributed a whooping 15 entries.
In October 1998, the Ballaarat Astronomical Society (BAS) applied for a Commonwealth Grant under the Federation Community Projects Program to construct a new reflecting telescope. It was proposed that […]
March 11th Luna Apogee, furthest distance from Earth for the month 10:04hr AEDT 404,268.9km. 12th Luna lowest altitude 27 degrees North. 12th The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) reaches highest altitude […]
February 5th Saturn in conjunction with the Sun. 6th Luna lowest altitude 26 degrees North of the Celestial Equator. 11th The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) reaches highest altitude about 9.30pm […]
Image: Looking East, 6th May 04:00hrs AEST May 6-7th Eta Aquarid Meteor shower peaks on the afternoon of the 6th at 13:00hrs AEST, ~50 meteors /hour, travelling at 65.9km/sec. This […]
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