It’s been a while since I’ve been able to go outside at night and use the telescope. The frigid Wisconsin weather seems to stick around for as long as it wills. I haven’t even had a chance to check out The Great Orion Nebula this Winter, one of my favorite views.
The 2008 PimpYourScope.com Astronomy Wall Calendar was a calendar I made for a website I never really got off the ground. The calendar did a great job of visually showing daily meteor shower activity and more. I always wanted to create another one but it took a lot of time! You may download the PDF here.
If you’re reading this, chances are that you have Explorer set to show hidden files and folders. If there’s a file there, you want to see it! The problem with this is every once in a while you may notice a file called Thumbs.db. If you delete it, it just comes right back. What is this file? How do you get rid of it?
UPDATE If you need some more help figuring out how to use this check out my new post that explains it in a bit more detail!