THE LYRIDS STAR PARTY (Apr 21- Apr 22)

Alright, this is for sharing of your observation experience. Or, if you are arranging gatherings, star-gazing expeditions or just want some company to go observing together, you can shout it out here.
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just post here saying who will go (you, your friends, how many, which events - just the meteor shower or the whole event - that you want to go). Alternatively, you can pm jin peng.
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oh so its to keep track show many people going?

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Hi there, earthtk!
Welcome onboard! You are free to come down for the event. Please do. Bring your friends too. You could just send a Private Message (PM) to Jinpeng who is organising this, to let him know, so he can keep track of the numbers attending, and account for logistics and administrative reasons.
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:D Hi earthtk!
Welcome to Singastro. The Public are welcome to join us for the star party. You can download the brochure for more information about the party. Let me know if you are joining us! :)

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To all of you, have a great time! This sounds like a wonderful event. Please post pictures afterwards. I live in a very remote area and have to travel long distances to attend large astronomy events. I'm hoping for good seeing during the shower. If it ever stops snowing here I might actually see the sky again.
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haha thanks all for welcoming me :) so where do i download the brochure?

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Post by toolkit »

Hi,

I am addressing to all the singastro members who are
bringing scopes. I won't be staying to watch the
meteor shower (has a small son) but am interested
to do some viewing through the scopes. What time are you
guys coming down?

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Registration Link!

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Hi ladies and gentleman,

For those who are coming, please register via this link by 19th Apr. Thank you for your attention. :D

http://myrp2.myrp.edu.sg/sites/cca/alc/ ... rview.aspx

Clear Skies!
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Re: Registration Link!

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Jin Peng wrote:Hi ladies and gentleman,

For those who are coming, please register via this link by 19th Apr. Thank you for your attention. :D

http://myrp2.myrp.edu.sg/sites/cca/alc/ ... rview.aspx

Clear Skies!
Jin Peng
Wah... don't scare the newbies leh...

From the site:

Title: Lyrids Star Party 2007
Begin: 4/21/2007 2:00 PM
[highlight=red]End: 1/14/2010 7:00 AM[/highlight]
[80% Steve, 20% Alfred] ------- Probability of Clear Skies = (Age of newest equipment in days) / [(Number of observers) * (Total Aperture of all telescopes present in mm)]

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