Skynet 11-24-18 NASA Analog Missions: Antarctica & Const. Camelopardalis 9PM CT


SKYNET!!!! 9PM CT – 10:30PM CT

Saturday’s Topic: “The NASA Analog Missions: Antarctica” and “Tour of the Constellation Camelopardalis”

Net Control: Billye KF5PDS
Afterglow Movie 10:30PM:
“UFO: Identified”
2-Meter Repeater W5FC: 146.880MHz, PL 110.9, –
Echolink: W5FC-R, node 37247. Search “DARC Skynet” Search “DARC Skynet” Search “KE5ICX”

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Saturday’s DARC SkyNet is at 9PM CT.

Discussion topic of the evening.

“The NASA Analog Missions: Antarctic Stations”

What can you see in the sky over the next couple of weeks?

West, Late Autumn Evenings
A featured constellation or object(s) or topic.

Constellation Camelopardalis

Photo #1 Kembles Cascade

Photo #2 Intermediate Spiral Galaxy (NGC 2403)
Photo #3 Magellanic Barred Irregular Dwarf Galaxy (NGC 2366)

Photo #4 Irregular Galaxy (NGC 1569)

Photo #5 Intermediate Spiral Galaxy (IC 342)

Recent Astronomical discoveries

Exoplanet Stepping Stones

Scientists Discover New “Pinwheel” Star System

Space Exploration and Space History

Space News

Insight to Land on Mars the Monday!

Crew Dragon Scheduled for Juanuary 7th, 2019
Space Related Birthdays
Nov. 18, 1923
Al Shepard
Nov. 19, 1956
Eileen Collins
Space History
Nov. 18, 2013
Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutionN Orbiter
Nov. 19, 1961
RL-10 Rating Complete
Nov. 19, 1964
Robert S. McNamara Retires Atlas E, F, and Titan I Weapon Systems
Explorers 24, 25, 30, and 55 Launched This Week
Explorer 24 and 25
Explorer 30 (Solrad-8)
Explorer 55 (Similar to Explorer 51)
Nov. 20, 2004
SWIFT Gamma Ray Observatory (Explorer 84)
Nov. 21, 1960
Mercury-Redstone 1 “Four Inch Flight”
Nov. 22, 1969
Skynet 1A Military Communications Satellite
Nov. 23, 1974
Skylab 2B Military Communications Satellite
Visible satellite passages over the next couple of days.
Hubble Space Telescope

Nov. 24

Nov. 25


Nov. 25

Nov. 27

Nov. 30