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  # 1187188 2-Dec-2014 15:48
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Here is an image
Hope it shows up

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  # 1187194 2-Dec-2014 16:11
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They've supressed the image.  This alien technology is powerful!
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  # 1187211 2-Dec-2014 16:21
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Can any Auckland or Wellington members see it ??

According to star chart its still sitting where M10 cluster would be....also doesnt seem to be changing in brightness despite angle change in relation to sun.

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  # 1187213 2-Dec-2014 16:27
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Is this the most exciting thing to ever happen in Hamilton?



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  # 1187215 2-Dec-2014 16:29
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sbiddle: Is this the most exciting thing to ever happen in Hamilton?



No...the introduction of penicillin was the most exciting thing to happen to Hamilton...







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  # 1187216 2-Dec-2014 16:30
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I thought SH1 out of Hamilton was the most exciting thing.....  shows what I know.





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  # 1187220 2-Dec-2014 16:36
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Ti's the time of year when lights doth shineth in the heavens. Over the next few weeks if you see three dudes on the road together take care of them. 




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  # 1187223 2-Dec-2014 16:43
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Wait... can you see the sky through the fog?

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  # 1187226 2-Dec-2014 16:49
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KiwiNZ: Ti's the time of year when lights doth shineth in the heavens. Over the next few weeks if you see three dudes on the road together take care of them. 




Look on the bright side of life.... <whistle>





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  # 1187230 2-Dec-2014 16:51
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xpd:
KiwiNZ: Ti's the time of year when lights doth shineth in the heavens. Over the next few weeks if you see three dudes on the road together take care of them. 




Look on the bright side of life.... <whistle>



it's Winston, John and Colin




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  # 1187252 2-Dec-2014 17:24
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This was another chance to show of Hamilton(Waikato),  besides the Chiefs, Magic, Wonderful new velodrome. Rowing centre Best in the world, both the Sarahs (Cycling) Winner of the last Big Lotto draw, ND Cricket, an Hour to anywhere, Beaches, ten minutesd to get to work, reasonably priced real estate etc I guess I could go on but your teeny minds might not be able to cope with much more.
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  # 1187254 2-Dec-2014 17:27
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simplestuff: This was another chance to show of Hamilton(Waikato),  besides the Chiefs, Magic, Wonderful new velodrome. Rowing centre Best in the world, both the Sarahs (Cycling) Winner of the last Big Lotto draw, ND Cricket, an Hour to anywhere, Beaches, ten minutesd to get to work, reasonably priced real estate etc I guess I could go on but your teeny minds might not be able to cope with much more.
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  # 1187405 2-Dec-2014 20:11
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There is a good picture here: http://www.stuff.co.nz/waikato-times/63760988/Star-of-wonder

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 tried taking a pic of it with the iphone 6, may of not done the lens any good with the sun being in view


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  # 1187423 2-Dec-2014 20:32
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Handsomedan:
sbiddle: Is this the most exciting thing to ever happen in Hamilton?



No...the introduction of penicillin was the most exciting thing to happen to Hamilton...





wasn't it something called fluoride or something




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