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

  • From: "Rotramel, Rick (AZ77)" <rick.rotramel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'az-observing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <az-observing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 09:34:56 -0700


Maybe because Vekol is much closer to the Phoenix Heat Island. The Clear Sky
Clock indicated this also, although only about one level of difference in
humidity. By the way a great addition to the Clock!

Rick R.

PS: Thanks Mr. Coe for the magnificent view of Saturn from Sentinel in the
Nexstar 11.

PSS: I also viewed three comets: 78P/Gehrels, Tucker & Machholz. And,
enjoyed the meteor showers. The Schwaar 10" f5.8 took a nice bath overnight.

PSSS: Thanks to Jack Jones for getting the Porta-John.

PSSSS: The obligatory, "A great time was had by all!"

-----Original Message-----
On Friday night, only 60 miles to the east of Sentinel, we experienced 
humid conditions at Vekol, but no dew when I packed at midnight.  I 
expected much worse.  It sounds like Vekol was dry on Saturday night as 
well.  I wonder what is different about the sites that kept Vekol dry last 

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