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Purple Haze

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Purple Haze

"Excuse me while I kiss the sky" 

Last night while I was taking my reading on R Lep there was a slight haze and it got me to thinking about it. I think that to some degree a slight haze should be able to help with making a more percise variable star reading. I use to metal detect. If you equite a slight haze to depth in metal detecting than there should be a corresponding movement with reguards to discrimination. In metal detecting the deeper something is the better the discrimination works. Reducing the shine of all the stars seems like it might aid in the detecting of their variance. As I mentioned earlier I think there is probably confining parameters.

What do you think?

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