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Has the group ever given any thought to a Caldwell Challenge? I realize that the Caldwells are spread across both hemispheres but the challenge would be to get as many as possible from your observatory or trips to other places :observer: :Astronomer1:
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If you are interested in putting it together, PM me with your thoughts and we can set something up.
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Ben Cartwright SASS wrote: Sun Mar 17, 2024 3:44 pm Has the group ever given any thought to a Caldwell Challenge? I realize that the Caldwells are spread across both hemispheres but the challenge would be to get as many as possible from your observatory or trips to other places :observer: :Astronomer1:
Hi Ben(?),
This might help get you started.
CaldwellObjects.xls.zip
(17.43 KiB) Downloaded 4 times
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OzEclipse wrote: Sun Jul 07, 2024 12:29 am
Ben Cartwright SASS wrote: Sun Mar 17, 2024 3:44 pm Has the group ever given any thought to a Caldwell Challenge? I realize that the Caldwells are spread across both hemispheres but the challenge would be to get as many as possible from your observatory or trips to other places :observer: :Astronomer1:
Hi Ben(?),
This might help get you started.
CaldwellObjects.xls.zip
Joe
Thank you! I have been meaning to set up a challenge but too busy at this time.
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