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Jul 18 2005 09:01 AM | Mike Lewis in Observatories
As amateur astronomers, most folks think we are nuts trudging out in the cold or bug ridden night to set-up our scopes. We do this out of our love for the night skies. At some point, I think we all dream of a permanent place to pursue our passion
Jul 06 2005 07:22 AM | ScottAz in Observatories
While the school's observatory would have to hold at least twenty students, the prototype only needed room for four or five. One club member had a brainstorm. While looking at the horizon through our tripod-mounted NexStar 11, she walked a full circle as another student marked the radius of her path.