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Ian Ridpath webcast

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World AstroCast- "Live" Presentation
NEXT SHOW, Sat 26th April 2008 @ 20-00hrs GMT (15hrs EST) "Live from UK"
Ian Ridpath: "Pictures in the Sky" -- The origin, and history of the constellations. Celebrity author Ian Ridpath delivers his enlightening presentation on the origin of the constellations from their earliest times.Viewers may ask questions of Ian after the presentation.
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Thanks Robin,
Will certainly be viewing.
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A very interesting talk.......however I didn't need the password to open it ??
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I did.
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Post by Paul Sutherland »

I caught it too, although the organisers blundered by publicising it as starting at 20h GMT instead of BST. Apparently there is a "watch again" facility, so you can still see it.
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Eclipse wrote:I did.
I watched it this am (Sun), I don't know if that made a diff' to the password requirement. I just clicked on and the 'cast' worked fine. :o :o
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