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Late night observations

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by Don FWP • | | 0 comments
Waning Gibbous Moon 81% Visible with the terminator line half way across that basin, Mare Crisium (the "Sea of Crises") with Cleomedes crater just below and Endymion crater further below, along the lower left side.

Interesting chats within my inboxes across the internet

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In some sense, the Internet, be it via Facebook, Snapchat, Google+,Twitter or our own web blog, is our first planetary communication system. Because we can chat with anyone no matter where we are on the planet, and many times it generates some (unexpectedly) interesting conversations, often ...read more

NASA - Moon Phases 2017 – Southern Hemisphere - 4K

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Updated with southern hemisphere version.

China outlines its space exploration ambitions

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China outlines its space exploration ambitions Missions to the Moon and Mars will dominate China's focus Posted by Andrew Jones 2016/12/27 20:04 UTC China has just released a new white paper on its policy and activities in space, outlining ambitious deep space exploration, human sp...read more
by Al • | | 1 comment
Haven't had a lot of luck so far this season. Got to Silverleaves early on Tuesday in perfect conditions. Unfortunately my mate who was having his first experience on the boat discovered he suffered motion sickness in the 20cm swell. He got to Stage 3 seasickness & nearly to 4. The boats dow...read more

Are We Alone

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If the answer is "Yes" then perhaps the related question - Why are we here? - is best answered in the final lines of the book "Chance and Necessity" by Jacques Monod: "The ancient covenant is in pieces, man knows at last that he is alone in the universe's unfeeling i...read more
by yellosubmarine • | | 0 comments
Hi all. Gave my grandson an early xmas present A nice light nano rod and to add to the fun took him out Sunday from Warneet. Conditions cool but very calm. Did a big search for the golden arches but could not find much . Lots of boats out and not a lot of catching going on. We landed n...read more
by dollarnorm • | | 0 comments
Finally managed to get out on the water again.Out of Yaringa about 6.30am.Fished off Lysachts in 12 metres,caught a few flatties & moved after 45 minutes. Continued to catch loads of flatties & despite a few moves just kept catching flathead . Caught 1 40cm. whiting 3 gurnard,2 Banjo,80...read more

One of my favorite poems, read by Brian Blessed...

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by yellosubmarine • | | 0 comments
Hi all . Managed to get out Wed launched from Hastings. Lots of very sick men out there . Far to sick to be at work. All enjoying the healing powers that boat sea and sun can deliver. We managed a few whiting a couple of banjos and an eagle ray. Well it at least proves that my knots hol...read more
by Mushy • | | 0 comments
Left Stony Point at 6:30am to catch the high tide. My friend had fished as a lad but hadn’t gone near the water since so I was hoping to impress him with the bountiful waters of Westernport. Struggled along the banks and only picked up a few leatheries, which he was eager to keep. Tried d...read more
by Sharphook • | | 4 comments
Hi all I have just fitted a Furuno 620 sounder and would appreciate interpretations of what this screenshot is showing. Water depth was 43 ft Thanks in advance
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