APOD: The Rosette Nebula (2012 Feb 14)

Comments and questions about the APOD on the main view screen.
quigley

Re: APOD: The Rosette Nebula (2012 Feb 14)

Postby quigley » Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:31 pm

Thank you Chris for your patient, thorough, friendly comments today. All we guests, newbies, amateurs, etc., appreciate your explanations.

saturn2

Re: APOD: The Rosette Nebula (2012 Feb 14)

Postby saturn2 » Wed Feb 15, 2012 12:32 am

Rossette Nebula and the day of love and friendship are a very good combination cosmic. :D

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Re: APOD: The Rosette Nebula (2012 Feb 14)

Postby mexhunter » Wed Feb 15, 2012 4:03 am

Hi Ann:
There are also roses of bacon.
Less diet, and more salty. :lol:

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Re: APOD: The Rosette Nebula (2012 Feb 14)

Postby TNT » Wed Feb 15, 2012 4:45 am

Looks good to me!
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The above statement is false.

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Re: Thank you Ann, re: parallax and proper motion Re: Rosett

Postby BillLee » Wed Feb 15, 2012 12:04 pm

Anthony Barreiro wrote:Thank you Ann for the enlightening explanation of parallax and proper motion, as well as spectra and brightnesses. I sorta knew this stuff, but to have it presented in relation to a beautiful image of the nebula surrounding a cluster I've seen through my little telescope in the backyard really brings it home. I very much appreciate how kindly and patiently you share your knowledge with those of us who are here mostly for the pretty pictures.


I couldn't agree more! What a wonderful explanation for somebody who is "here mostly for the pretty pictures"! Thank you very much!

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Bill Lee


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