Hey AZ!

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    December, 2012
Hey AZ!
Posted by Krash20 on Friday, February 15, 2013 12:29 PM

hey AZ!!!

 I also live in AZ in Mohave  County and lucky to be living in a rural area to see the night sky come to life!...and no matter how many times I look thru my telescope...I want to look again and againBig Smile. In early January this year  I got some awesome photo's of Uranus and some of the more dominant stars near/ in Orion thru my telescope and extremely slow shuttering Olympus camera. I follow astronomy.com ,as well as, sky &telescope.com to find out which planets and events are happening weekly in the sky tonight...There is a club in Kingman, AZ but its over an hour away from where I live and  my night vision is not so good while driving a vehicle....lol maybe I will start my own club here in Mohave Valley,AZIdea


Krash20 

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    October, 2013
Posted by Paulo M on Sunday, October 13, 2013 3:44 PM

HI.... PAULO M HERE. I AM A SNOW BIRD AND WILL BE IN GOODYEAR AROUND THE 26TH.... I AM LOOKING FOR A CLUB TO GET INVOLVED IN. I AM  FAIRLY NEW TO THE HOBBIE AND AM HAPPY TO LEARN.

I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO LOCATE A LOCAL CLUB SO IF YOU HAVE STARTED ONE OR HAVE FOUND ON IN THE COUNTY PLEASE LET ME KNOW AS I WOULD LIKE TO PARTICIPATE.....  MY NIGHT VISSION IS FINE SO I COULD DRIVE ANYWHERE IN THE AREA IF NEED BE....

I USE A NEW 8 INCH CELESTRON. 

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    May, 2012
Posted by Starrancher on Wednesday, November 06, 2013 2:47 PM

Northern AZ is a long way from Goodyear . I'm also in Mohave county but about as far east as Mohave county goes . Only a couple miles from the Yavapai county line . Also about an hour from Kingman . 

What part of Mohave county are you in Krash20 ? Closest town ? 

The invisible man 

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