Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Go Look at Jupiter!

Ok so folks, Jupiter is really close right now. It won't be this close for another 10 years. Head outside at about midnight each night for the next week or so and its going to be visible in the night sky. 

Jupiter's Great Red Spot. Image Credit: NASA.
Also, I should really invest in a telescope would be awesome to actually see this stuff properly.

87 comments:

  1. cool beans i'll probably take my camera out and shoot a couple of pics.

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  2. showing some luv.

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  3. wish i had one of those telescope things

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  4. Too bad it's cloudy as hell here right now :(

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  5. I'm lovin' your blog, as usual.

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  6. Always reminds me of Wiener Melange.

    :)

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  7. Didn't know about this, hope I didn't miss the opportunity

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  8. Why is your blog so fun to read? :)

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  9. Great post!

    looking forward to reading the next one

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  10. very interesting

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  11. nice man interested blog thnx

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  12. very beautiful pics ;)

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  13. cool blog but update man pls thnx

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  14. awesome, but it's cloudy here. :( cool blog, you got a new follower.

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  15. damn, if only i got a telescope ;(

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  16. verry beautiful pics

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  19. nice one, keep it up

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  20. Did everyone get to see the eclipse the other night?

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  21. Love this astronomy stuff, man, definitely a new follower

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  22. I guess I'm a bit late for Jupiter...
    Regardless you've got a new follower.

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  23. Disappointed I missed this,oh well. I followed.
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  24. so i think im gonna take a look at it with my old telescope....

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  25. Sadly I missed this opportunity, along with the recent meteor shower. Looking forward to future posts nonetheless.Followed:

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  27. Dang, I missed something important!
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  29. wonder if people will ever visit jupitewr

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  30. Show me some love! Its Caturday everyday on my blog :D

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  31. I followed you due to this amazing photograph.

    Thanks for the picture too by the way, it was featured in Information Library 2.0 ;]

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  32. I always say: "better to see jupiter than uranus"

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  33. its disappointing a lot of people dont appreciate this, they just see it as a slightly bigger speck of light in the sky.

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  34. Jupiter is really amazing ^^

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  35. I would love to be an astronomer, cool blog mate, following!

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  36. It's not so easy to see the bigest planet within Solar System, when living in a polluted city. Just a thought.

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  37. If your interested in getting yourself a proper telescope then i would advice having a look at some jap company's with cheap delivery, there renowned for there great quality, mates have 2 of em. and great post btw

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  38. Wow, that pic looks awesome, wish I had a powerful enough telescope D:

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  39. This planet is so huuuge.
    And we are so small :3

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  40. Didn't realize this, wish i found this blog sooner!

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  41. MISSED. That would have been cool...

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  42. a friend of mine bought a telescope a while back and found out it wasnt as easy as just looking at stuff.. then he sold it :<

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  43. Oh no, did I miss it???
    I'm thinking of switching into the faculty of astronomy. Check out my university life blog!
    http://alphabetalife.blogspot.com/

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  44. will do mang, now for a telescope

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  45. I really love looking at planets and such

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  46. I love astronomy, how wonderful. Following^^.

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  47. Damn it, too late :-(

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  48. gimme a telescope and i'll inspect that shit further

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  49. Hmm, is this visible only in United Kingdom or further down the Baltic sea as well?

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  50. fuck jupiters theres a billions and millions of stars to look at much bigger and better than shit jupiter

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  51. Carl Sagan would be proud. Happy to see more astronomy blogs, and Jupiter really is beautiful. You should me out at:

    http://theoscillatingcog.blogspot.com/

    Bloggin' about nothing but awesome stuff everyday.

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  52. Damn, I can't believe I missed this months ago. It must have been lovely.

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  53. will look out for that, nice blog, following!

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  54. A winrar is you! Followed.

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  55. if you look at jupiter through a telescope it looks big

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  57. This reminds me of when my father and I used to gaze up at the stars and he tell me the planets, though I still believe they're stars lol.

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  58. thank you for this peace of knowledge.

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  59. Thanks really cool, my dad called me about this and got me to break out my old telescope! Nice pic too!

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  60. god said to me to post a comment with nothing interresting inside, god bless us

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  61. interesting info..I'm following

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  62. Well, I was late. Ten years it is then.

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  63. I've been putting off getting a telescope. I used to go to the top of my University's Science building to watch eclipse's and meteor showers and cool stuff. Better get on it!~

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  64. Argh I wish is had a telescope, thanks for the tip though!

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  65. Ever since I followed you I noticed you have interesting content. I'f appreciate it if you followed me back. ;)

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  67. Man that eye looking thing on Jupiter is a massive storm that has been going on for hundreds of years if I remember right.

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  68. Sounds like a fantastic planet to live on yeah.

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  70. Woah! Amazing images! I will definitely be sharing these with my professor of astronomy.

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