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February 24, 2015
Just heard the Sibelius and suddenly remembered how it was a prelude to his enthusiasm and authority and to being able to stay up late to wonder about great things. How much I miss that optimism about life in today's grim climate of destruction and worldwide killing and war. I hope we can still reach for the stars in peace and harmony.
January 13, 2013
Thank you for the inspiration Sir Patrick. Your spirit will live on for many years to come.
December 28, 2012
The Sibelius, the monocle and the air force tie... inspired generations of young astronomers. RIP Patrick.
December 19, 2012
MAY THE GOD OF HEAVEN BE WITH THE MOORE FAMILY,GOD HAS SAID THAT HE WOULD BE THEIR COMFORTER IN THEIR TIME OF NEED."HAPPY ARE THOSE WHO MOURN,SINCE THEY WILL BE COMFORTED."..MATT.5:4.....DM
December 18, 2012
I just wish to express my thanks for all that Patrick did for others throughout his life, and the enthusiasm with which he faced life. He is an example to us all.

I, like most of those who felt compelled to write here, have fond memories of staying up late to watch Patrick on the Sky at night. His manner was always polite and inquisitive, and he never seemed to pretend that he knew more than his guests. I have heard many more examples over this week since his death which highlight what a remarkable and humble man he was.

No-one wants to face the prospect of death, but maybe Patrick can reminds us all to grab each day with the same exuberance. We are so fortunate that he lived at a time where his contribution could be so thoroughly documented - his life's work will outlive us all. I know Patrick was not religious, but I would hope he would not disagree with the thoughts expressed in the Bible at Ecclesiastes 7:1-2.
December 16, 2012
He has joined the stars he so loved.
December 13, 2012
One of the last of a truly great generation. We will never see their like again. Let's hope that candle gets blown out. God bless you Patrick.
December 13, 2012
Sir patrick, thank you so much showing me round your house and answering all my questions your a great man and i will miss you
December 13, 2012
Patrick was one of a kind, a true gentleman and scholar. You were greatly loved and will always be missed.
December 12, 2012
In the 50 years special episode of The Sky at Night, the 50-years-in-the-future virtual version of Sir Patrick Moore jocularly stated he had been uploaded to the BBC computers. But in fact he has already been uploaded to our minds and hearts - permanently -. Thank you Patrick.

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With Sir Patrick in his study An impromptue chat with Sir Patrick Moore, Northampton, England, UK (2002)

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