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Log, Oct 24, 2008

Once again, the clouds came very early in the evening, allowing just a few people the chance to barely view Jupiter; there were also a couple of its Galilean satellites visible, but only for about every other observer. Despite conditions, seven guests were able to look through the telescope, as well as about half the Nature Center/Observatory board members. My personal opinion is that Les, who is away on vacation for the second week, took the beautiful, crisp, clear fall nights with him. He'll be returning next week, as will, I'll bet, the stars.
Leslie Coleman
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Oct 24, 2008
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