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Welcome to CWS1.2
August 06, 2009 - It's been exactly one month since Caglow Central was first launched. There has been innumerable changes made to the code which deserve your attention. These include feature enhancements, bugfixes as well as security patches, mostly against XSS. First and foremost is the new menu and style. The dark purple of the menu, combined with the gold of the nebula in the header, blends together as Caglow... Read more...
ITS (August, 2009)
July 27, 2009 - So what's happening in the sky? If you've read the summer release of T5P, you'd know where the planets are is and what will be suitable for viewing but you wouldn't know what's interesting. ITS is made to fill that gap along with information on deep space objects. Space weather The sun is still in transition from Solar Cycle 23 to Cycle 24 as it has been for a while. That puts us in solar-mi... Read more...
July 22, Solar Eclipse
July 19, 2009 - The upcoming total solar eclipse on July 22, 2009 will be the longest of the century with totality lasting up to 6:39 in the center of the track. Because of its strategic path, it will also likely be the one to be seen by the most people. The partial eclipse will begin at around 00:00 UT and will become a total eclipse with totality beginning at sunrise 30 minutes later on the west coast of Ind... Read more...
NLCs Gain Territory
July 15, 2009 - Noctilucent Clouds, or NLCs, are the highest flying of all clouds floating in wispy formation on the edge of space. First seen in 1885 after the 1883 eruption of Krakatoa, these clouds have stumped scientists for years. Even today, their origins are still not completely known. See the Wikipedia article for more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noctilucent_cloud This year, 2009, has alr... Read more...
T5P (Summer, 2009)
July 14, 2009 - Caglow, for the first time ever, presents "The 5 Planets," a quarterly report of the positions of the planets and viewing conditions. There are also a few extras in this edition which have been added to be part of the release. Have fun with the sky! Highlights -Mars growing as it nears opposition -Jupiter reaches a maximum of 49" in August -Saturn, opposite the sun, presents its rings edge o... Read more...
One Last Move
July 12, 2009 - Caglow's website is one that has constantly been moved. Those of you with us from a long time ago might know us as "iNetWorld." At the time, September of 2007, we were inetworld.uni.cc. In December that same year, we became zNETwar with an address of znetwar.uni.cc. It was during this period that the name "CaGlow" came into usage. We became caglow.uni.cc after that. We renamed to "CAglow" for a sh... Read more...
New Aciqra Plans
July 11, 2009 - Aciqra II development began what seems like ages ago; back in April of this year. Much has already done towards the release originally planned for December of this year. Due to some mis-planning, that's not what will happen; not by a long shot. First off, I would like to introduce everyone to Caglow member twardowski, the second member of the Aciqra I development team. He's originally from the Cz... Read more...
Sitewide Update
July 09, 2009 - The first update to our "grand" site is complete. Most of these changes are small bugs regarding rendering issues. However, there have also been a few additions. First off, and most obvious for a visit to the homepage, is the new footer menu. When you think about it, it makes sense...why make both the header and footer the same? Therefore, a few more pages have also popped up. There's a list of... Read more...
Caglow Now Live
July 06, 2009 - The moment you've been waiting for has finally arrived! The new Caglow site, after much needed hard work, is well underway and live. Even at its small size, at this early stage, there will likely be bugs. If any are encountered, please send a description to user HR 4210 via personal messaging. So...thoughts? We would like to hear about them as well. User feedback will be critical in getting ... Read more...
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