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beryllium10:
Thanks all!  Øivind - I've actually been searching for a future pass close to the Moon.  It would be fun to make a composite image from a sequence of frames using the Moon to align them.  There were a couple in the middle of the month that passed within 2-3 degrees, but both nights were cloudy.  Two nights ago there was a pass close to Alkaid, in Ursa Major.  Again cloudy.  It's late May, but we have descended into our customary "June gloom" - the eclipse last night started in clear skies but disappeared behind cloud.  Nasos - these are from Seattle, where stargazing requires a fair bit of luck and patience (and the seeing is often unstable even when the skies are clear).
Cheers again,  John

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