Hubble Bubble Trouble

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Date: Sat Mar 11 2000 - 05:45:22 PST

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    Walter Nissen wisely wrote
    >I realize you were writing under the burden of a pseudonymous
    >correspondent who failed to mention his latitude and longitude, but 38
    >degrees is a very conservative limit.
    (sorry about that - I am Steve, 54.003N 1.504W)
    and David Brierley, amongst others, wrote that satellites are apparently a
    speeded-up version of cosmology? Heh, no offence. Satellite observing IS
    completely different from train-spotting. Heck, we've even got a bloke here
    who spends every day sitting on the roadside somewhere in the Midlands, with
    a flask of tea, observing and noting down the different Eddie Stobart truck
    Many thanks for the HST elements, and thanks Ralph for that visibility
    equation.. it should come in handy.
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