Thursday, March 21, 2019

Constellation Orion Shot With Galaxy S10




Orion was the first constellation that I ever learned.

It was in a high school astronomy class. We were taken to the University of Wisconsin in Madison's observatory on a Winter night for a field trip.

The telescope was a fairly large refractor, and its observation target that night was the nebula in Orion. The nebula is between Orion's sword and belt.

This happened in Winter, 1977. It has stuck with me ever since. It made nearly as big an impact on me as watching the Apollo 11 Moon landing in 2nd/3rd grade Summer school.

Dan 

Sunday, January 6, 2019

Where You Can Find Me On Twitter #3: Instructor Dan (@DanInstructor)

Instructor Dan (@DanInstructor)
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I.T. Instructor in Southern California. This *Personal* account is for reaching out to technical support accounts for vendors or other technology SME's.

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Where You Can Find Me On Twitter #2: Dan Stafford (@MidwestGeekCali)

Dan Stafford (@MidwestGeekCali)
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Midwestern Geek In Cali - podcast about tech, sci-fi, space news, UFO's, unique geek issues, entrepreneurship, & more. Universe is vast. So are our discussions.

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Where You Can Find Me On Twitter #1: Dan Stafford (@AquarianM)

Dan Stafford (@AquarianM)
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IT Instructor, 4mer senior telecom tech, Wordpress Coach, environmentalist, space guy, poet, tenor sax & guitar player, Progressive in CA - married

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