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Chandre wrote:
 Take a long walk, breath in deeply savouring the fresh air, enjoy a drink watching the sunrise or sunset, smile at children, hug an elder, practice a randomn act of kindness and just sit quietly watching the night sky marvelling at how bright Jupiter is and how you can see the satellites moving across the stars if you are out of the cities.

Time enough for Mars (and the stars) tomorrow....

 


 Chandre very practical advice. By Earth the comet of C/2012 K5 (Linear) and who has telescope or the good field-glass flies by, there is an excellent opportunity to see the eyes this far miracle. Details : Comet C/2012 K5 (Linear): finding chart

Chandre and Xenon you are very kind people. It is pleasant to read your wishes. To you and all participants of a forum I wish good luck and good !!!winkaww



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I too wish you all a peaceful and happy holidays, Lol... coming from a large and close family as I do it will be at least a fortnight until I can recharge my batteries, but admittedly I really am enjoying the festivities.

Thank you Chandre for being such an inspiration to all of us.

Merry Christmas  



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Wishing all members a peaceful and festive holiday season, time to switch off and spend time with family and friends for a day or two just appreciating the beautiful planet we live on and the people that surround and support us.

Sometimes the passion of the seeker absorbs so much of our time and attention we can forget to focus away from our screens for a while, this is the perfect time to do that. Take a long walk, breath in deeply savouring the fresh air, enjoy a drink watching the sunrise or sunset, smile at children, hug an elder, practice a randomn act of kindness and just sit quietly watching the night sky marvelling at how bright Jupiter is and how you can see the satellites moving across the stars if you are out of the cities.

Time enough for Mars (and the stars) tomorrow....

 



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