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(The Times of India)   Telescope near Pune leads to discovery of most distant galaxy, terrible wordplay   ( timesofindia.indiatimes.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Observation, distant radio galaxy, Cognition, Royal Astronomical Society, dean Yashwant Gupta, different follow-up observations, Discovery, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society  
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2018-08-10 01:57:56 PM  
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2018-08-10 03:45:23 PM  
Mesa likes wordplay about Pune Ani!
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2018-08-10 04:03:45 PM  

stan unusual: Mesa likes wordplay about Pune Ani!
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It used to be spelled Poona.  Make of that as you will.
 
2018-08-10 04:30:49 PM  
A pune or a play on words?

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2018-08-10 04:32:04 PM  
If it's a Pune telescope, how does it see anything?
 
2018-08-10 04:33:45 PM  
I was trying to remember what is was about Pune India that is familiar.  Anways it's the only place in the world where you can find quality cavansite:
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2018-08-10 04:56:39 PM  
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2018-08-10 06:52:21 PM  
So this starts the new Pune-ic wars right??
 
2018-08-10 08:54:33 PM  
Poon ?
 
2018-08-10 10:37:16 PM  
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A Pune full of sugar helps the men go down in the most delightful way....
 
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