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This picture corresponds to a video filmed on 2009-06-28 by the French astronomy amateur Laurent Langelez. After stacking the frames to get the maximum details available in the data, Laurent got a final picture we see here. There is a lot of remarkable details in the gaseous surface of Jupiter. The GRS (Great Red Spot) is near to the center, visible as an oval spot. The image also shows one of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter. These satellites are easy to observe with just a pair of binoculars.
 
2015-11-13 12:02:22       
You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear. She put the shell to her ear and screamed. There was a hmriet crab inside and it pinched her ear. She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is completely off topic but I had to tell someone!
 
2012-10-31 17:41:37       
Interesting what you explain here about Mexican chronology
 
2012-10-07 12:08:22       
I just found your nice web site accidentally. As only an ameuaatr scholar, I keep having difficulties how to make the results of my chronological-astronomical research available for others. My main interest is about the Delta-T, eclipses and planetary conjunctions. I am using the WinEclipse software for years, also the Sky View Cafe program. I wonder if anyone knows about a publisher or broadcaster interested in headline news regarding absolute dates of the ancient world, and astronomical chronology the latter science officially does not even exist, without paid scholars or faculties in the universities.Thus, my ancient chronologies for the ancient Near East, China and Mexico would also die out when I pass away I am 62 now. My only professionally published book in this field is the Absolute Dates for Ancient China by Astronomy (Berlin, 2007). My unpublished Mexican chronology solves the enigma of the five Suns or ages of the Mexicans. One of the fix points is the Fifth Sun in the Leyenda de los Cinco Soles , seen in Aztlan, the ancestral island of the Aztecs (in the Bahamas). My conclusion is that the Mexicans crossed over to Florida in 1064, and resided at the Great Serpent Mound in Ohio between 1065 and 1092 CE, building the effigy mound for the honour of Quetzalcoatl, reappearing as Halley's comet in 1066.Should some of your readers be aware of any publisher (or broadcaster) potentially interested in astronomical records of the ancient world, and their correct interpretation, please let me know. I would be thankful for such info and your name would be acknowledged. Or, perhaps someone knows a professor that would not mind to write a Foreword (or critism) to such new, intriguing and revolutionary book.Thank you for your precious time and kind assistance.Sincerely,Zoltan Andrew SimonRed Deer, Alberta, CanadaE-mail:
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