Happy New Year

Here is the place for the admins or moderators to do their annoucements. Or, if you have bought a new scope and want the whole world to know, do it here. Basically this is the place for any astro first-hand news.
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Post by weixing »

Happy New Year to All SingAstroian!!!

Wish more good weather and clear sky in 2010!!
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Post by zong »

Happy new year!
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Post by Clifford60 »

Happy New Year! Wish for better sky in 2010 and beyond!

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Post by Airconvent »

Happy "Clear Skies and Large Aperture Scopes" year to all
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Post by rlow »

Happy New year to all!

I certainly hope we get better clear skies in 2010.
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Post by andeelym »

Happy New Year to all and may all the nights from tomorrow in 2010 to have clear skies!

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Post by Tachyon »

Happy New Year and wishing everyone good health to enjoy their hobbies - be it astro or others!

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