It sounds interesting. I doubt we will be able to see anything here. The time would put it about 9am to 11am local time, which would be in the sunniest part of the day. Even at night we are still for all intents and purposes in daytime 24 hours a day. Mostly twilight. I’ll get out the star chart program and see if I can see where it will be in relation to the sun here. Who knows maybe something will be bright enough to see in broad daylight.
i clicked on the link and found yet another interesting site to explore. i envy you all your adventure way down under, sigh… how can i come down and see for myself? i am an adventurer at heart….. longing to travel…..
thanks for the updates…. will think of you many times in sunny florida…..
satindoll aka: judie
It was snowy and overcast all morning. I was hoping if the sky was clear maybe we would see a daytime meteor shower, but it was not to be.
To Judie. It’s not too hard to come down here. It helps to be debt free as these are contract jobs that have a definite beginning and end. You’ll find yourself out of work at the end of your contract. They have basically a small town here and need people to everything you would need in any small town. Tradespeople of all sorts along with galley staff and supply people. Lots of entry level jobs. Go to http://www.polar.org for info on how to apply. If possible go to the job fair in Denver at the end of march or beginning of April. You will get names of people to keep in touch with.
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