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FANTASTIC & NEEDED SITE!

FANTASTIC & NEEDED SITE!

Postby andrew727 » Tue Sep 11, 2007 3:45 pm

First of all, let me say this is one of the best sites - scientific or non-scientific I?ve ever had the pleasure of visiting. You have no idea how long I?ve been hitting the search engines trying to find a deep-space astronomy site with the high level of rich material as ?Sky-Map? has. No kidding, you guys deserve a scientific award for this site. Thank-You!

I am also an (General Class) amateur radio operator, so my interests in the sciences goes way (I?m 55) back. In junior high school, I was taught how to run a (we were an advanced school) planetarium and helped grind the lenses for a 12? telescope our science teacher had us work on. After we completed it, we were taken to a golf coarse at night, where I first saw Saturn. It was an interesting moment.

I?ve got a site called ?MALL727.net? that I?ve tried to put information on weather, Earth and space sciences, and humor. I?ve also added a graphic (generic) link to your site at the bottom of the homepage and at the top of the ?Earth & Space Sciences? page - as well e/mailing my friends about it! Really great site and appreciate all the hard work put into SKY-MAP! :D

Being a ham radio operator and familiar with AMSAT, I?m hoping someday the organization builds a telescope with an image transponder onboard one of their future satellites in a geostationary orbit so we can download images in HD color and in real time...oh well, I can dream can?t I? :lol:

Again, thanks for a terrific site!

-Andrew-
The more one reaches deep into space and the natural science of Earth, the more one believes in God.
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