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christ 9 weeks today we'll be in a field. drunk. again.

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looks like you posted the website url, other than the jpg url....

here you go; (on behalf of greenfairy)

Thank you :P

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yip yippity!!

And its not soon enough!!!!

Hope you are well Meesh and geet excited!!!

God I can't get any work done cos I'm keep looking for the picture to tally with the number of sleeps!!!

T

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A 63 piece severe weather survival kit apparently :P

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Oh and 63 piece jigsaw set. Don't count it you saddo!

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The year 63AD

According to legend, Joseph of Arimathea goes to Glastonbury on the first Christian mission to Britain

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Ohhh a galaxy in colour this time...I am spoiling you!

HCG 62: A group of galaxies roughly 200 million light years from Earth.

(Credit: NASA/CfA/J.Vrtilek et al.)

Caption: Chandra reveals remarkable detail and complexity in this image of the galaxy group known as HCG 62. Such galaxy groups, smaller in number than better known "galaxy clusters," are an important class of objects because they may serve as cosmic building blocks in the large-scale structure in the universe. Perhaps the most striking features of this Chandra image are the two cavities that appear nearly symmetrically opposite one another (upper left and lower right) in the hot, X-ray emitting gas. These cavities may be explained by the presence of X-ray absorbing material or by jets of particles driving from HCG 62’s core.

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Well done Sammy (Whoever you are)

62 is the smallest number that can be written as the sum of of 3 distinct squares in 2 ways

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Russian Calculator!

Not sure why my pictures don't show up immediately, think it's summik to do with my web-space provder, really starting to annoy me.

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