Monthly Archives: January 2010

Birthday Wishes for Buzz Aldrin


Dear everyone,

I just sent a birthday greeting to Buzz Aldrin!

On January 20, 2010, Astronaut Buzz Aldrin turns 80 years old.

To honor the man who has contributed so much to space exploration and the world,

The Planetary Society will be presenting him with a giant birthday card – a card with

the good wishes of people from all over the world!

These birthday wishes will be delivered to Buzz

at a party being held in his honor on January 23, so don’t wait!

You can send Buzz Aldrin a birthday message online <<<Please click here>>>





To a wonderful man who has done great things for this wonderful world. Wishing you well on this special day! May all your successors follow in your footsteps. May God watch over you for years to come. Thank you for the great work you have done for our Planet. Happy Birthday Buzz Aldrin, and have a nice day. “

Greeting from Sultanate of Oman>>>, AstrOceanOmy readers & Oman Astronomical Society.

The Phonenix Discoveries Lecture & Exhibition

Tomorrow In Sha`-Allah, I will attend this lecture. Anyone Interested !  🙂

For more info, please have a look at the links provided in the poster

Clear Skies

Solar eclipse- Muscat-15/1/2010

Solar Eclipse Poster – observation from Sahwa Garden- Muscat, Oman

Thanks to Marwan Shwaiki who made this wonderful poster

Annular Solar Eclipse

Dear friends,

We are having another annular Solar Eclipse this Friday

You are invited to watch the coming annular solar eclipse

(Partial from Oman)

For other locations and information about the eclipse please click here

Watching must be through special eclipse glasses


Date: Friday, January 15th 2010

From 9:15am to 12:00pm

Place: Al Sahwa National Garden- Near Al Sahawa Tower.

Muscat the capital of Oman

Note that Partial Solar Eclipse begins at 09:22:46 hrs on January 15, 2010

Maximum Eclipse at 11:01:58 hrs

Partial Eclipse ends at 12:45:35 hrs

I’m ready already ! 🙂 Got my Solar eclipse shades, thanks to OAS, and I started to give & explain to my family and friends about the event.

For other locations and information about the eclipse please click here

Have Fun

Clear Skies,


Solar Observer – The first magazine of solar astronomy

Dear everyone,

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