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Is anyone else out there? [Life in the Universe]
January 15, 2010 · 2 Comments

Are we alone in the universe? Is there intelligent life out there? If you escape from the city lights and stare up at the night sky, you will see hundreds of stars. With a telescope you can see thousands, and with the help of the Hubble and computers we can see millions of stars. Our […]

Happy Birthday George Observatory!
October 14, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

20 years ago, it was still the 80s. The Hubble Telescope had not been launched, nor returned the extraordinary images from the deepest regions of space that inspire such wonder today. Construction on the International Space Station hadn’t yet begun, and Pluto was still a planet. And, 20 years ago today, the George Observatory was born. […]



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