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The Webfooted Astronomer - September 2000
All you ever wanted to know about constellations.
A New Hampshire amateur astronomer shares his view of astronomy.
A site for those taking courses or for anyone with a general interest in astronomy. Includes basic physics, the solar system, nature of stars, galaxies, cosmology, and more.
Rattlesnake Mountain Observatory's Web site describes efforts to refurbish a 0.8-meter scope for remote use by science classes in Washington State schools. The Observatory is located on Rattlesnake Mountain in southeastern Washington, about 300 km southeast of Seattle, and about 30 km northwest of the Tri-Cities.
Jewitt Observatory, which is located at Washington State University, has a 12-inch Alvin Clark refractor.
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