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Good Maen!
03/Apr/15 12:38 AM
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Weird... Looks like an giant eye!
03/Apr/15 12:44 AM
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Sure does look like an eye - wish there was a label or comment! Interesting.
03/Apr/15 3:40 AM
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Hey, something I know! God's Eye nebula is the common name - the Helix Nebula, NGC 7293 in Aquarius. I think this is an infrared photo. Google it - all kinds of interesting pics of it!
03/Apr/15 4:19 AM
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Silvergal for the explanation. I was wondering, just what this was, until I read your comment.
03/Apr/15 4:37 AM
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5:42. Hi everyone.
03/Apr/15 7:04 AM
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Hi all 5:54 Very wet here on the Gold Coast, hoping the rain will keep the anchorage from getting too crowded.
03/Apr/15 7:36 AM
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Thanks Silvergal. That is very interesting.
When the picture appeared at puzzle completion I thought maybe it wasn't genuine.
03/Apr/15 9:27 AM
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Thanks Silvergal. Very interesting. It also appears that the building blocks of water may be forming in it as well. Fascinating.
03/Apr/15 10:03 AM
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Here's lookin' at you.
03/Apr/15 11:46 AM
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8:47
03/Apr/15 5:19 PM
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8:29
03/Apr/15 5:50 PM
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5:07 Looks like a nebula. [Insert a grumpy remark about astronomers using false color pictures for good publicity.] Mind you, astronomy is kinda cool, and some fellow mathematicians use computer generated images of Mandelbrot's set for similar purposes.
03/Apr/15 11:26 PM
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