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How can an amateur astronomer verify the position of near Earth objects?
Sometimes, hobby-astronomers use rather professional means to observe the big voids of space. Every now and then (think in months, not days) even I can locate an NEO (near Earth object). Now, I'm ...
Oct 10 '13 at 18:42
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