[AZ-Observing] Re: Sentinel was WET!!

  • From: DBogan3220@xxxxxxx
  • To: az-observing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 01:26:22 EST

I was at the soggy sentinel star gaze and too noted the  Phoenix light dome. 
After coming to Sentinel for about the last 10 years or so I  have noticed 
that the light dome seems to have grown more intense. I guess you  can expect 
dome to get brighter as the developers have all kinds of plans  for more 
lights to make it safe for Republicans er I mean citizens to shop   late at 
at there favorite Walmart. Oh well I guess us Astro types will  have to go out 
even further.  :-)  
    Clear and Dew Free skies
    Dwight L Bogan
In a message dated 12/12/2004 11:07:54 PM US Mountain Standard Time,  
Telescoper@xxxxxxx writes:
Phx is  now the fifth-largest city in the U.S, but this is not a good time of
year  for the Phx light dome. Aside from all the new subdivisions on the  west
side, Verrado etc, think of those millions of Christmas lights added  in plus
all the Malls have put up their giant light towers in the parking  lots so the
muggers can see the best targets I mean so's you won't get  mugged on your way
to the car.


Sp@m:  Don't try -  Don't buy - Don't reply.

>I was amazed by the Phoenix light dome  from Sentinel.  I had driven about
140 miles south and west from home  and Phx still loomed large.  I don't
remember the dome being so big  compared to my last visit to Sentinel over a
year ago.

Bill  Wood
Fountain Hills, AZ


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