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Post by atreyudevil on Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:32 am

kat situ orang ramai mmg boleh join cerap ke kak?

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Post by tenteng on Mon Aug 01, 2011 12:02 pm

atreyudevil wrote:kat situ orang ramai mmg boleh join cerap ke kak?

boleh kot. lagi pun situ mmg dia bukak tempat utk org ramai. bayar RM 1 je kalo x silap. macam2 ada. tp pun sama..walaupun dekat ngan rumah... hampehnye..daku x pernah pg pun kat sana. rugikan. nantila bila ada masa free pg masuk sana.

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Post by bijan on Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:17 pm

tenteng wrote:
atreyudevil wrote:ini ialah hasil dari tangkapan malam tadi
sampai kat Bukit Pelindung pn agak lambat dekat pukul 7 baru sampai.
Tp rasa macam party crasher pulak pasal yg ada kat situ suma orang dari Jabatan Ukur, Jabatan agama dan Jakim.

Tanya jugak kalo ini event tertutup tp dia kata tak, suma boleh datang tp tak byk orang yg datang kecuali mereka2 ni je.



masa mula sampai




waktu ni main telescope masih lagi mengira elevation sama angle.






kuantan dari bukit pelindung


gambo2 kuantan waktu malam, maklum lah bukan senang dan dapat peluang nih, tp pakai point and shoot shj la










Sori gambo sikit shaky, pasal ni kamera lama, stabilizer takde


Ini main telescope, Celestron with Auto Star calibration.

wahhh mcm nie pemandangan dr bukit pelindung... tak pernah nampak pasal x pernah panjat walhal ibarat sejengkal je pun dr rumah. hehehe

semalam kat kompleks falak alkhawarizmi pun ramai org. siap ada polis pengiring lagi.

semlm kat balaicerap Tuan Yang Terutama datang ... aku tak pergi. malas plak rasanya semalam...





Ramai jugak orang





Ada buat serahan sumbangan kepada anak yatim...



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Post by atreyudevil on Sat Aug 13, 2011 3:18 pm


They came from outer space--and you
can have one! Genuine meteorites are now on sale in the Space Weather
Store.


GOT
CLOUDS?
If you can't see this weekend's
Perseid meteor shower, try listening instead. Each
time a Perseid flies over Texas, the US Air Force's
Space Surveillance Radar records a ghostly echo.
Tune into Space
Weather Radio for live audio.

PERSEID
METEOR SHOWER:
The Perseid meteor
shower is peaking today, August 13th, as Earth passes
through a stream of debris from Comet Swift-Tuttle.
Observers from the International Meteor Organization
report
rates as high as 60 meteors per hour and climbing.


David Blanchard sends this report from Sunset Crater
National Monument in Arizona: "A nearly full
Moon along with thin clouds wiped out many of the
dimmer meteors, but the brightest Perseids were
still easy to see." In this image he captured
a Perseid almost criss-crossing the International
Space Station:


The ISS is the brighter streak; the Perseid appears
more clearly in this
close-up. "It is one thing to photograph
the ISS as it transits the sky. It is quite another
to hope that a meteor will have the location and
timing to be in the same image. So I consider myself
quite fortunate to have captured an ISS-Perseid
conjunction," says Blanchard.

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Post by atreyudevil on Fri Oct 21, 2011 7:50 pm

To kengkawan, malam ni adalah malam kemuncak Oronids meteor shower, find a good dark surrounding, duduk dalam minimum satu jam and enjoy the show. mata kasar je tak perlu binocular, cark buruj orion tuk senang nak tengok

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Post by atreyudevil on Sat Oct 22, 2011 3:20 pm

tuk sapa2 nak tgk Orionids mlm nih


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Post by venez on Sat Oct 22, 2011 4:13 pm

huk3, aku minat gak astronomi nih tapi teropong xder, huk3...abu, kasi sponsor satu..

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Post by atreyudevil on Sat Oct 22, 2011 4:44 pm

uuuu haha aku pun pakai cokia punya, nak tgk bulan ok, nak tgk benda jauh lagi kalo bergegar sakit wooo

tp meteor shower nih pakai mata kasar je ven, ko gi kat area bukit beruntung tu mesti ada tempat gelap jauh pda bandar... tengok aa kat situ subuh karang

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atreyudevil wrote:uuuu haha aku pun pakai cokia punya, nak tgk bulan ok, nak tgk benda jauh lagi kalo bergegar sakit wooo

tp meteor shower nih pakai mata kasar je ven, ko gi kat area bukit beruntung tu mesti ada tempat gelap jauh pda bandar... tengok aa kat situ subuh karang

huk3, subuh2 xlehler, aku esok pagi nak pegi sepang lg...

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ooo tido skrg.. pastu pagi bgn aa terus gi sepang kekekeke

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atreyudevil wrote:ooo tido skrg.. pastu pagi bgn aa terus gi sepang kekekeke

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Post by atreyudevil on Tue Nov 15, 2011 8:40 pm

Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks – November 17-19, 2011








Leonid meteors seen from 39,000 feet aboard
an aircraft during the 1999 Leonids Multi-Instrument Aircraft Campaign
(Leonid-MAC). Comet Tempel-Tuttle provides the cometary debris for the
Leonid meteor storm, which takes place in mid-November. Credit:
NASA/ISAS/Shinsuke Abe and Hajime Yano



Are you ready for a good, predictable meteor shower? Then break out
your favorite skywatching gear because the 2011 Leonid meteor shower is
already sparkling the skies…

In the pre-dawn hours on the mornings of November 17-19th, the
offspring of Comet Temple/Tuttle will be flashing through our atmosphere
at speeds of up to 72 kilometers per second – and enticing you to test
your meteor watching skills against partially moonlit skies. Although
the waning Moon will greatly interfere with fainter meteor trails, don’t
let that stop you from enjoying early evening observations, or enjoying
your morning coffee with a handful of “shooting stars” which will be
emanating outward from the constellation of Leo.

Where in the skies do you look? For all observers the constellation
of Leo is along the ecliptic plane and will be near its peak height
during best viewing times. When? Because of the Moon, earlier evening
observations are favored (before local midnight), but just a couple of
hours before local dawn is the best time to watch. Why? Read on!

Although it has been a couple of years since Temple/Tuttle was at
perihelion, don’t forget that meteor showers are wonderfully
unpredictable and the Leonids are sure to please with fall rate of
around 20 (average) per hour. Who knows what surprises it may bring!
Each time the comet swings around our Sun it loses some of its material
in the debris trail. Of course, we all know that is the source of a
meteor shower, but what we don’t know is just how much debris was shed
and where it may lay.

“The Moon is going to be a major interference, but we could see a
rate of about 20 per hour,” said Bill Cooke, head of NASA’s Meteoroid
Environments Office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in
Huntsville, Alabama. “Some models, including ours, indicate that
particles may encounter Earth on November 16 at around 5:30 p.m. EST
[2230 GMT], where we could see anywhere from 100 to 200 meteors per
hour. So, we could get a Leonid outburst, but unfortunately it is not
favorably placed for viewing from the United States.”

As our Earth passes through the dusty matter, it may encounter a
place where the comet let loose with a large amount of its payload – or
it may pass through an area where the “comet stuff” is thin. We might
even pass through an area which produces an exciting “meteor storm” like
the Leonids produced in 1883! For those in the know, the Leonid meteor
shower also made a rather incredible appearance in 1866 and 1867 –
dumping up to 1000 (not a typo, folks) shooting stars recorded even with
a Moon present! It erupted again in 1966 and in 1998 and produced 3000
(yep. 3000!) video recorded meteors during the years of 2001 and 2002.
But remember, human eyes may only be able to detect just a few. So
what’s a realistic guess?

According to Cooke; “We could see rates of about five meteors per
hour,” he explained. “If people want to see the Leonids, it might be
good to watch the nights of November 16th and 17th. Instead of just
going out one night, you might want to go out twice.”


Chart Courtesy of "Your Sky"



And to make this year’s show twice as nice, you’ll have a hard time
not being distracted with the Moon and Mars being right on the radiant!
You won’t be able to miss the Red Planet as the Moon slides along
south… First to Mars’ west and then to the east on the nights of
November 18th and 19th.

What a terrific show!


http://www.universetoday.com/90959/leonid-meteor-shower-peaks-november-17-19-2011/

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Post by marc_zman on Wed Nov 16, 2011 8:56 am

kat kolumpo ni sesuai ke nak tgk benda2 camni? dari terbenam sampai terbit matahari, kat langit tu wa nampak cerah jer ngan pantulan cahaya dari bandaraya.. huhuhuhuuu

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Post by alphawolf on Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:20 am

kat kl payah le sebab light pollution....

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Re: Astronomy Club @ Mymil

Post by venez on Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:40 am

atreyudevil wrote:Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks – November 17-19, 2011








Leonid meteors seen from 39,000 feet aboard
an aircraft during the 1999 Leonids Multi-Instrument Aircraft Campaign
(Leonid-MAC). Comet Tempel-Tuttle provides the cometary debris for the
Leonid meteor storm, which takes place in mid-November. Credit:
NASA/ISAS/Shinsuke Abe and Hajime Yano



Are you ready for a good, predictable meteor shower? Then break out
your favorite skywatching gear because the 2011 Leonid meteor shower is
already sparkling the skies…

In the pre-dawn hours on the mornings of November 17-19th, the
offspring of Comet Temple/Tuttle will be flashing through our atmosphere
at speeds of up to 72 kilometers per second – and enticing you to test
your meteor watching skills against partially moonlit skies. Although
the waning Moon will greatly interfere with fainter meteor trails, don’t
let that stop you from enjoying early evening observations, or enjoying
your morning coffee with a handful of “shooting stars” which will be
emanating outward from the constellation of Leo.

Where in the skies do you look? For all observers the constellation
of Leo is along the ecliptic plane and will be near its peak height
during best viewing times. When? Because of the Moon, earlier evening
observations are favored (before local midnight), but just a couple of
hours before local dawn is the best time to watch. Why? Read on!

Although it has been a couple of years since Temple/Tuttle was at
perihelion, don’t forget that meteor showers are wonderfully
unpredictable and the Leonids are sure to please with fall rate of
around 20 (average) per hour. Who knows what surprises it may bring!
Each time the comet swings around our Sun it loses some of its material
in the debris trail. Of course, we all know that is the source of a
meteor shower, but what we don’t know is just how much debris was shed
and where it may lay.

“The Moon is going to be a major interference, but we could see a
rate of about 20 per hour,” said Bill Cooke, head of NASA’s Meteoroid
Environments Office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in
Huntsville, Alabama. “Some models, including ours, indicate that
particles may encounter Earth on November 16 at around 5:30 p.m. EST
[2230 GMT], where we could see anywhere from 100 to 200 meteors per
hour. So, we could get a Leonid outburst, but unfortunately it is not
favorably placed for viewing from the United States.”

As our Earth passes through the dusty matter, it may encounter a
place where the comet let loose with a large amount of its payload – or
it may pass through an area where the “comet stuff” is thin. We might
even pass through an area which produces an exciting “meteor storm” like
the Leonids produced in 1883! For those in the know, the Leonid meteor
shower also made a rather incredible appearance in 1866 and 1867 –
dumping up to 1000 (not a typo, folks) shooting stars recorded even with
a Moon present! It erupted again in 1966 and in 1998 and produced 3000
(yep. 3000!) video recorded meteors during the years of 2001 and 2002.
But remember, human eyes may only be able to detect just a few. So
what’s a realistic guess?

According to Cooke; “We could see rates of about five meteors per
hour,” he explained. “If people want to see the Leonids, it might be
good to watch the nights of November 16th and 17th. Instead of just
going out one night, you might want to go out twice.”


Chart Courtesy of "Your Sky"



And to make this year’s show twice as nice, you’ll have a hard time
not being distracted with the Moon and Mars being right on the radiant!
You won’t be able to miss the Red Planet as the Moon slides along
south… First to Mars’ west and then to the east on the nights of
November 18th and 19th.

What a terrific show!


http://www.universetoday.com/90959/leonid-meteor-shower-peaks-november-17-19-2011/

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Post by Akmal3110 on Wed Nov 16, 2011 12:31 pm

alphawolf wrote:kat kl payah le sebab light pollution....

Hoh ada jugak istilah light pollution. Hehehe...

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Post by atreyudevil on Wed Nov 16, 2011 4:19 pm

marc_zman wrote:kat kolumpo ni sesuai ke nak tgk benda2 camni? dari terbenam sampai terbit matahari, kat langit tu wa nampak cerah jer ngan pantulan cahaya dari bandaraya.. huhuhuhuuu

haha, undang2 pertama nak tengok meteor shower ni sekurang2 40km dari nearest city!

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atreyudevil wrote:Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks – November 17-19, 2011








Leonid meteors seen from 39,000 feet aboard
an aircraft during the 1999 Leonids Multi-Instrument Aircraft Campaign
(Leonid-MAC). Comet Tempel-Tuttle provides the cometary debris for the
Leonid meteor storm, which takes place in mid-November. Credit:
NASA/ISAS/Shinsuke Abe and Hajime Yano



Are you ready for a good, predictable meteor shower? Then break out
your favorite skywatching gear because the 2011 Leonid meteor shower is
already sparkling the skies…

In the pre-dawn hours on the mornings of November 17-19th, the
offspring of Comet Temple/Tuttle will be flashing through our atmosphere
at speeds of up to 72 kilometers per second – and enticing you to test
your meteor watching skills against partially moonlit skies. Although
the waning Moon will greatly interfere with fainter meteor trails, don’t
let that stop you from enjoying early evening observations, or enjoying
your morning coffee with a handful of “shooting stars” which will be
emanating outward from the constellation of Leo.

Where in the skies do you look? For all observers the constellation
of Leo is along the ecliptic plane and will be near its peak height
during best viewing times. When? Because of the Moon, earlier evening
observations are favored (before local midnight), but just a couple of
hours before local dawn is the best time to watch. Why? Read on!

Although it has been a couple of years since Temple/Tuttle was at
perihelion, don’t forget that meteor showers are wonderfully
unpredictable and the Leonids are sure to please with fall rate of
around 20 (average) per hour. Who knows what surprises it may bring!
Each time the comet swings around our Sun it loses some of its material
in the debris trail. Of course, we all know that is the source of a
meteor shower, but what we don’t know is just how much debris was shed
and where it may lay.

“The Moon is going to be a major interference, but we could see a
rate of about 20 per hour,” said Bill Cooke, head of NASA’s Meteoroid
Environments Office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in
Huntsville, Alabama. “Some models, including ours, indicate that
particles may encounter Earth on November 16 at around 5:30 p.m. EST
[2230 GMT], where we could see anywhere from 100 to 200 meteors per
hour. So, we could get a Leonid outburst, but unfortunately it is not
favorably placed for viewing from the United States.”

As our Earth passes through the dusty matter, it may encounter a
place where the comet let loose with a large amount of its payload – or
it may pass through an area where the “comet stuff” is thin. We might
even pass through an area which produces an exciting “meteor storm” like
the Leonids produced in 1883! For those in the know, the Leonid meteor
shower also made a rather incredible appearance in 1866 and 1867 –
dumping up to 1000 (not a typo, folks) shooting stars recorded even with
a Moon present! It erupted again in 1966 and in 1998 and produced 3000
(yep. 3000!) video recorded meteors during the years of 2001 and 2002.
But remember, human eyes may only be able to detect just a few. So
what’s a realistic guess?

According to Cooke; “We could see rates of about five meteors per
hour,” he explained. “If people want to see the Leonids, it might be
good to watch the nights of November 16th and 17th. Instead of just
going out one night, you might want to go out twice.”


Chart Courtesy of "Your Sky"



And to make this year’s show twice as nice, you’ll have a hard time
not being distracted with the Moon and Mars being right on the radiant!
You won’t be able to miss the Red Planet as the Moon slides along
south… First to Mars’ west and then to the east on the nights of
November 18th and 19th.

What a terrific show!


http://www.universetoday.com/90959/leonid-meteor-shower-peaks-november-17-19-2011/

bos, nanti kasi temperkler gambar

mana lah daku mempunyai camera yg sofistikated macam dikau punya...
setakat gambo bulan bleh la cucuk kat telescope.
meteor shower nih tgk pakai mata bogel je!

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alphawolf wrote:kat kl payah le sebab light pollution....

Hoh ada jugak istilah light pollution. Hehehe...

ada... ini terjadi kalo kita duduk dlm bando, pencahayaan yg kuat menyebabkan bintang2 kecil.... bukan binatang kecil ye
hilang dan hanya nampak bintang beso2 je.

lagi satu kalo taim bulan cerah, perasan tak kita nak nampak bintag sgt bila bulan tgh cerah, tp bila bulan malap atau takde bulan bintang ada byk.

itu light pollution la!

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Post by marc_zman on Thu Nov 17, 2011 9:36 am

atreyudevil wrote:
marc_zman wrote:kat kolumpo ni sesuai ke nak tgk benda2 camni? dari terbenam sampai terbit matahari, kat langit tu wa nampak cerah jer ngan pantulan cahaya dari bandaraya.. huhuhuhuuu

haha, undang2 pertama nak tengok meteor shower ni sekurang2 40km dari nearest city!

40km!!! perghhh.. makin tipis harapan wa mau tgk.. kalu ke selatan jgn kata 40km, 60km pun masih dlm zon bercahaya lagik.. mau kena lari pi sempadan neg sembilan melaka ni jab nyer.. ke arah pantai timur.. takat 40km tu wa rasa baru nak lepas tol bentong.. huhuhuhuuu.. ada plak bandar horey horey atas gunung batang kali tu.. kena naik lagi ler gamak nyer.. me only hope kalu 40km ke utara lah..

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atreyudevil wrote:Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks – November 17-19, 2011








Leonid meteors seen from 39,000 feet aboard
an aircraft during the 1999 Leonids Multi-Instrument Aircraft Campaign
(Leonid-MAC). Comet Tempel-Tuttle provides the cometary debris for the
Leonid meteor storm, which takes place in mid-November. Credit:
NASA/ISAS/Shinsuke Abe and Hajime Yano



Are you ready for a good, predictable meteor shower? Then break out
your favorite skywatching gear because the 2011 Leonid meteor shower is
already sparkling the skies…

In the pre-dawn hours on the mornings of November 17-19th, the
offspring of Comet Temple/Tuttle will be flashing through our atmosphere
at speeds of up to 72 kilometers per second – and enticing you to test
your meteor watching skills against partially moonlit skies. Although
the waning Moon will greatly interfere with fainter meteor trails, don’t
let that stop you from enjoying early evening observations, or enjoying
your morning coffee with a handful of “shooting stars” which will be
emanating outward from the constellation of Leo.

Where in the skies do you look? For all observers the constellation
of Leo is along the ecliptic plane and will be near its peak height
during best viewing times. When? Because of the Moon, earlier evening
observations are favored (before local midnight), but just a couple of
hours before local dawn is the best time to watch. Why? Read on!

Although it has been a couple of years since Temple/Tuttle was at
perihelion, don’t forget that meteor showers are wonderfully
unpredictable and the Leonids are sure to please with fall rate of
around 20 (average) per hour. Who knows what surprises it may bring!
Each time the comet swings around our Sun it loses some of its material
in the debris trail. Of course, we all know that is the source of a
meteor shower, but what we don’t know is just how much debris was shed
and where it may lay.

“The Moon is going to be a major interference, but we could see a
rate of about 20 per hour,” said Bill Cooke, head of NASA’s Meteoroid
Environments Office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in
Huntsville, Alabama. “Some models, including ours, indicate that
particles may encounter Earth on November 16 at around 5:30 p.m. EST
[2230 GMT], where we could see anywhere from 100 to 200 meteors per
hour. So, we could get a Leonid outburst, but unfortunately it is not
favorably placed for viewing from the United States.”

As our Earth passes through the dusty matter, it may encounter a
place where the comet let loose with a large amount of its payload – or
it may pass through an area where the “comet stuff” is thin. We might
even pass through an area which produces an exciting “meteor storm” like
the Leonids produced in 1883! For those in the know, the Leonid meteor
shower also made a rather incredible appearance in 1866 and 1867 –
dumping up to 1000 (not a typo, folks) shooting stars recorded even with
a Moon present! It erupted again in 1966 and in 1998 and produced 3000
(yep. 3000!) video recorded meteors during the years of 2001 and 2002.
But remember, human eyes may only be able to detect just a few. So
what’s a realistic guess?

According to Cooke; “We could see rates of about five meteors per
hour,” he explained. “If people want to see the Leonids, it might be
good to watch the nights of November 16th and 17th. Instead of just
going out one night, you might want to go out twice.”


Chart Courtesy of "Your Sky"



And to make this year’s show twice as nice, you’ll have a hard time
not being distracted with the Moon and Mars being right on the radiant!
You won’t be able to miss the Red Planet as the Moon slides along
south… First to Mars’ west and then to the east on the nights of
November 18th and 19th.

What a terrific show!


http://www.universetoday.com/90959/leonid-meteor-shower-peaks-november-17-19-2011/

bos, nanti kasi temperkler gambar

mana lah daku mempunyai camera yg sofistikated macam dikau punya...
setakat gambo bulan bleh la cucuk kat telescope.
meteor shower nih tgk pakai mata bogel je!

Akmal3110 wrote:
alphawolf wrote:kat kl payah le sebab light pollution....

Hoh ada jugak istilah light pollution. Hehehe...

ada... ini terjadi kalo kita duduk dlm bando, pencahayaan yg kuat menyebabkan bintang2 kecil.... bukan binatang kecil ye
hilang dan hanya nampak bintang beso2 je.

lagi satu kalo taim bulan cerah, perasan tak kita nak nampak bintag sgt bila bulan tgh cerah, tp bila bulan malap atau takde bulan bintang ada byk.

itu light pollution la!

patut laaa kat kolumpo ni bintang2 kecik kena dedah sana sini.. coz tenggelam sama bintang busat wooo

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Post by atreyudevil on Thu Nov 17, 2011 10:41 am




Berbekal star charts yg print mlm tadi sama kompas yg dapat waktu naik the mary rose dlu.
ni lah yg buat mlm tadi kat midnight, sekali Leo tak naik lagi, dekat ngan bulan.

rasa2 pre-dawn boleh la gi cerap. tup tup 0630 baru bangun!

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Post by atreyudevil on Tue Dec 06, 2011 9:57 pm

Ok, 10 September bersamaan hari sabtu akan ada satu kejadian alam yang menunujukan kebesaran yang maha Esa!

Fenomena Gerhana Bulan Penuh, dah alhamdulillah di Asia Tenggara membawak ke Oceania keseluruhan fenomana ini akan dapat dilihat, harap cuaca hensem sokmo, kalo dok mmg dok rok cetong aaaaa!

bleh tengok dari lepas maghrib sampai dlam pukul 2 pagi!

info lanjut!
http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/OH/OHfigures/OH2011-Fig06.pdf

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Bump HD as reminder for tomorrow!

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huu terbaik aa Ven!

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Post by venez on Sat Dec 10, 2011 4:07 pm

atreyudevil wrote:huu terbaik aa Ven!

nak ujan bro, xleh nak dpt gambar ok... skrg dh totally diselubungi awan, hujan rintik2

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huhu kuantan dari pagi tadi hujan, tp semalam cantek!
awan pn tak banyak~

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