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angel Posted 15th Sep 2017, 05:49pm
 
QUOTE (TeeHeeHee @ 15th Sep 2017, 09:44am) *
Anytime within the next hour it's Goodby Cassini; one amazing spacecraft as it finally dives into Saturn's atmosphere yes.gif

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Yes it was an amazing spacecraft ,it had been sending information
to Nasa for I think about 14yrs and kept doing so
during its death throws onto the Planet 'Saturn '
TeeHeeHee Posted 15th Sep 2017, 09:44am
  ... double postings are becoming the norm I think laugh.gif rolleyes.gif

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TeeHeeHee Posted 15th Sep 2017, 09:44am
  Anytime within the next hour it's Goodby Cassini; one amazing spacecraft as it finally dives into Saturn's atmosphere yes.gif

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TeeHeeHee Posted 8th Sep 2017, 09:29pm
  ... by the way, to all those who wished me well with the eye problem - thanks; and didn't we do well biggrin.gif
The biggest oroblem was the "squiggles" which didn't bode well for my future: Solid lines like TV frames, door frames and straight lines in the middle of the road had big squiggles ... but that's all a thing of the past tongue.gif An interserting 12 months with a very arresting result biggrin.gif
TeeHeeHee Posted 8th Sep 2017, 09:09pm
  In the interest of keeping things on an interesting level where possible and in memory of Rabbie Stirling ...

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... who started this thread :-



The Story of Voyager I and Voyager II and the immortality of Check Berry wink.gif




"You, and every one and every thing that ever lived or ever will live ...
... are here".

Carl Sagan

(who pushed the Mission administrators to turn the vovager to take one last picture of the planets on it's last lap out of the solar system and got this picture of the little blue dot in a sunbeam)

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Betsy2009 Posted 5th May 2015, 08:39am
  Must have been the space dust popping in their heads.
ashfield Posted 5th May 2015, 08:34am
 
QUOTE (Rab @ 4th May 2015, 09:36pm) *
I have not read this thread for a while, but reading ittonight, I am reminded of space and experiments, including this one which made me fall off my chair laughing.

On 1 April 1976, Patrick Moore, the TV astronomer stated to radio listeners that an astronomical event would take place at 9:47 a.m. that day, a conjunction of Jupiter and Pluto, which was expected to have an effect observable everywhere. As Pluto passed behind Jupiter, it would briefly cause a powerful combination of the two planets' gravitation which would noticeably decrease gravity on Earth. If listeners were to jump into the air at that exact moment, they would find they felt a floating sensation.

Soon after 9:47 on that morning, the BBC began to receive hundreds of telephone calls from people reporting they had observed the decrease in gravity. One woman who called in even stated that she and eleven friends had been sitting and had been "wafted from their chairs and orbited gently around the room".


Rab, that event appears to occur around here almost every Friday and Saturday night, I can hardly hold onto my whisky glass laugh.gif

Tomi, sorry to hear of your woes. We've missed your contributions and I wish you well on the treatment front yes.gif
DannyH Posted 4th May 2015, 10:32pm
 
QUOTE (TeeHeeHee @ 3rd May 2015, 05:28pm) *
Thanks guys ... got this page up to A3 size now :P
Treatment Looks promising but those Lady doctors are keepong the promises at a professional Level :D


Hello TeeHeeHee

Just want to add my good wishes to those you have already received. I always look forward to your posts; you've got a sense of humour that appeals to me.

All the best

Danny Harris
Rab Posted 4th May 2015, 08:19pm
  I have not read this thread for a while, but reading ittonight, I am reminded of space and experiments, including this one which made me fall off my chair laughing.

On 1 April 1976, Patrick Moore, the TV astronomer stated to radio listeners that an astronomical event would take place at 9:47 a.m. that day, a conjunction of Jupiter and Pluto, which was expected to have an effect observable everywhere. As Pluto passed behind Jupiter, it would briefly cause a powerful combination of the two planets' gravitation which would noticeably decrease gravity on Earth. If listeners were to jump into the air at that exact moment, they would find they felt a floating sensation.

Soon after 9:47 on that morning, the BBC began to receive hundreds of telephone calls from people reporting they had observed the decrease in gravity. One woman who called in even stated that she and eleven friends had been sitting and had been "wafted from their chairs and orbited gently around the room".
zascot Posted 4th May 2015, 02:25pm
  Hope things work out THH. If its any help I had a very bad retina detachment(90%) a few years ago and they filled the eye with gas, made me sit still for a week then reattached the retina and it seems to be successful, hold thumbs, I have lost a bit of peripheral vision but I had an eye test today for my drivers licence which we renew every 5 years and it was OK. Anyway holding thumbs for an improvement in your sight.
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