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Old 08-09-2008, 04:48 PM
 
Location: The Sacramento Mtns, NM
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Smile Shooting Stars!~The Perseid Meteor Shower

The Perseid Meteor Shower is starting. Peak viewing dates are Aug. 11 & 12.

More information is available at the National Geographic link below.


Perseid Meteor Shower To Peak August 11 and 12
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Old 08-09-2008, 06:51 PM
 
Location: center of N.M.
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Default Thanks Sparkey

Thanks for all that Great INformation on Meteors Sparkey. Now would be a Good time to go to the Salt Lakes at Willard N.M. in the very center of N.M. and be amazed by the Fireworks. If anyone does Go please let me know how it went. The Salt Lakes is a Romantic place to Go hiking and taking pictures of Sunsets. Ive seen two Huge Fireballs about 20 years apart in that same area. pintada kid at webtv.net
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Old 08-10-2008, 12:45 AM
 
Location: Albuquerque, NM
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Thanks to both of you for the heads up. I completely forgot this year. Pintada Kid, are the Salt Lakes State Park? What's the access like?
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Old 08-10-2008, 08:18 AM
 
Location: center of N.M.
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Default Salt Lakes at Willard UFOs

The Salt Lakes are East of Willard on hwy 60 a Few Miles you cant miss them. There is plenty of Parking and a picnic table with a Canopy overlooking the Salt Lakes. Great for taking pictures of Sunsets and Mesas and Mountains and The Santa Fe Railroad Runs through there also so if you like taking pictures of Trains find you a Train Underpass and get under it and get your Camera ready for some closeups of Trains and Sunsets and Fireballs thats where ive seen some huge Fireballs at night all different Colors. Around Mile post 222 is where i saw my last Fireball a couple of years ago. It was so bright for awhile there i thought i had left my interior light inside my truck as i was going down the Road at 10 at night. Why these Fireballs like to fall into the Salt lake i dont know. I always thought those Salt Lakes had Giant Spaceports deep in the Ground and the Salt lakes are perfect for hitting the Water and Salt and not leaving a Trace where the object or UFO went in. So if you start seeing all kinds of Fireballs maybe some could be UFOs. TIP ... A Picture of a UFO could be worth Millions. pintada kid at webtv.net
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