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09:41pm 01/07/2004
mood: sympathetic
Two point question.

Name a constellation viewable in November.
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05:09pm 29/06/2004
mood: frustrated
Five point question.

Name the first American muggle in space.

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06:18am 18/06/2004
mood: calm
Five point question, this week.

What is the diameter of Pluto in miles?
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01:27am 13/06/2004
mood: angry
Bloody play. Bloody stupid, stupid play.

I have no time this week.

One point.

What galaxy do we live in?
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06:39pm 03/06/2004
  This week's question is worth five points.

What is the brightest star in the sky?
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12:18am 26/05/2004
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10:23am 24/05/2004
mood: excited
Rosa is coming to the play! I know it's only been about a month since I've seen her, but I have missed her, and it'll be another month yet before she comes anyway.

Yes! I'm so happy! Rosa's coming! Rosa's coming!
10:23pm 22/05/2004
  Apologizes for the lateness of thi- oh forget it...

Ten points.

Which constellation is named after a man who died while swimming?
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12:17pm 13/05/2004
mood: bitchy
Bloody play, I was too busy to do this yesterday...

This week's questions is worth 10 points.

How did Tycho Brahe die?
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10:12pm 06/05/2004
mood: annoyed
I have to sigh as I allow my class of First years attempt to recognize stars on the chart I have given them.

This is already my second class with these Ravenclaws and Gryffindors, yesterday I had simply informed them what would be taught, and now they were becoming accustomed to the sky. Perhaps a few will be inspired to enjoy this course.


While the Ravenclaws are attempting to identify stars, the Gryffindors are exploring the world of paper airplanes.

Merlin remind me why I continue to come here year after year...

Uh, that Gryffindor does know he needs a broom to fly, doesn't he?

Doesn't he?!

01:17pm 05/05/2004
mood: calm
I've decided to use these journals for an attempt to make my sister happy get you students to learn something, and reward some housepoints while doing so.

So, every week I'll be asking a question worth a certain amount of housepoints. The the first person to answer correctly wins the points for their House.


First is a five point question.

What do you call the point in which an object on its orbit is furthest from the sun?
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09:22am 03/05/2004
mood: bitchy
There is nothing more annoying then the blank look of a First Year trying to comprehend light years.