@Catch_a_fire, Yes, I'll look into that quickly and figure out its location. remember that the planet may not be facing the correct direction, and
that the image was taken with a space-based telescope, not land.
@Luke_s, Respect. Live long and prosper
@Aquarius, well, im a college kid, and taking an astro class,and the professor reserved the observatory for us for 900$ so he can look at it and get
off that way, and let us use it afterwards. unfortunately, 99% of the class is full of apathetic non-english speaking asians (not saying all asians
are that way, just my campus is all....) so none of them want to use it except me and a friend in the class. We couldve gotten the Mt. Wilson
Observatory, but the teacher decided a day too late and got stuck with Anza or Mauna Kea, and seeing as how were in Cali, not Hawaii, Anza was the
logical choice. And thanks for the well wishes
@drwolf, excellent idea sir!
im not sure if the moon will be visible though. we will be using the telescope at 7pm, on the 27th in southern cali,
so ill have to check and see if itll be up.
@rockerchic4god, like I said earlier, find me a right ascension and declination, and ill happily oblige lol. otherwise, I wouldnt know where to look
for an INVISIBLE PLANET lol.
@cmndrkeenkid, But we do! we college kids at a major research Uni, not tourists. well not really anyways... the scientist who will be there will most
likely be getting off with our teacher too, and let us have free rein of what we want to point it at. he told is in no uncertain terms that we can
point it at eachothers anus's for all he cares. as for our real purpose? to look at stars man lol.
If it helps any, I am at University California Irvine (UCI), minoring in astronomy, so thats why im doing this. and im a conspiracy lover too