Bill, your snapshots tell the dew story better than words. Note the green desert. To the observers and observations I'll add my few cents. Comet Machholz was beautiful when viewed on the central meridian. I observed it on Friday and Saturday and the change in position was about one degree. In the 14.5 inch It sported a big 40' coma and a gradually brighter middle with a stellar nucleus; sounds like a galaxy! Dick Harshaw saw a somewhat elongated nucleus. The ion tail was about two degrees. Saturday night Dick and I star hopped to Mayall II, aka M31-G1. Wonderful view at 220X, the brightest globular cluster in the galaxy at about 200 light years across, 2 million light years away! Thanks Dick! Now to finish drying out everything! Clear skies, aj William R Wood wrote: >I did get in a few snapshots before the dew attack which I have now posted >on pBase: > >http://www.pbase.com/wrwood/sentinel_121004 > >There are even a few close-up shots of rare but genuine AZ desert dew! > >Regards, > >Bill Wood >Fountain Hills, AZ > > -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.