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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 3:04 am 
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I was quite impresseed with the photos and images ont his site - if you're into the sky and the moon and such things;

http://www.pixheaven.net/index_us.php

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fab! cheers for that :wink:


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Beautiful :D

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you might like this, think it's been on here before but feck it that was yonks ago if it was

http://www.cloudappreciationsociety.org/


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Some seriously cool pictures on that one :D Me & a couple of my friends still lie about on the grass finding shapes in clouds now & again. It's quite relaxing...

& Lauren swears she saw a giraffe in a wheelchair up there once :?

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if i saw the aurora i would die a happy man. seriously. evidently you can see it in ullapool but it's either been the week before or the week after we've gone. we camped there and i've never seen the stars like that. shooting stars every few seconds and the milky way so clear you could touch it.

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My grandparents took me to Iceland when I was twelve & my name got us on the tour to see the Aurora for free. It didn't disappoint, it was the most beautiful thing I've ever seen... I must go back some time.

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ha ha ha ha this place is often so on time,just as i clicked on to this thread Apples and oranges came on me shuffle effort by Pink Floyd...........me and my oldest son(Old is a bit much for 7)we get hubble stuff on the i-pod and listen to whats happening in outer space on the way to Morrisons...............together.............. he knows way more than me.............but !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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apples and oranges................

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Ah, Apples and Oranges... :cyclops: I forgot how good Piper at the Gates of Dawn was... Must give it a listen at a more sensible hour of the day.

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here is no such thing

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Fair point - it's on. :D (I can only hope I don't get an ASBO. That's the trouble with living in a flat :roll:)

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we doing the hubble thing at school. really fascinating. hope they don't let it go.

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ha ha ha ha this place is often so on time,just as i clicked on to this thread Apples and oranges came on me shuffle effort by Pink Floyd...........me and my oldest son(Old is a bit much for 7)we get hubble stuff on the i-pod and listen to whats happening in outer space on the way to Morrisons...............together.............. he knows way more than me.............but !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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apples and oranges................

Now you're talking space sounds here's some links with some really groovy sounds:

http://www.spacesounds.com/
http://www.svengrahn.pp.se/sounds/sounds.htm

and here is what Earth sounds like:

http://www.nasa.gov/wav/52861main_helium_whistle.wav

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