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Log, Apr 25, 2003

11 people. Tonight was very short and certainly not too great. We had a mom with two boys and a contingent from the URI Astronomy classes. Basically, we had three targets we could see: Jupiter and its four Galilean moons, Saturn with glimpses of Titan and beta Tauri. Even these were glimpses through the clouds. Sigh... But of course it couldn't be clear of a moonless night, now could it?

-Les Coleman

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