I love star gazing & have always wanted to view them through one of those massive telescopes like at an observatory (would love to visit an Observatory as well. Childhood memory was going to one for a school field trip & remember loving it so much back then as well).

I love star gazing & have always wanted to view them through one of those massive telescopes like at an observatory (would love to visit an Observatory as well. Childhood memory was going to one for a school field trip & remember loving it so much back then as well).

(3) Funny Technology - Google+

(3) Funny Technology - Google+

Catalina Island - The island just off the Southern California Coast of Los Angeles has long been cherished as the Capri of California, a romantic getaway where lovers hike into the hills, float on sunset cruises, tour museums and botanical gardens, browse through specialty shops, and dine in style in the quaint tourist town of Avalon.

Catalina Island - The island just off the Southern California Coast of Los Angeles has long been cherished as the Capri of California, a romantic getaway where lovers hike into the hills, float on sunset cruises, tour museums and botanical gardens, browse through specialty shops, and dine in style in the quaint tourist town of Avalon.

SCIENTIFIC METHOD / SCIENCE & EXPLORATION  GigaPan's gigapixel images bring field trips to geology classrooms  GigaPan provides nutritious eye candy for the classroom and the curious.

GigaPan's gigapixel images bring field trips to geology classrooms

SCIENTIFIC METHOD / SCIENCE & EXPLORATION GigaPan's gigapixel images bring field trips to geology classrooms GigaPan provides nutritious eye candy for the classroom and the curious.

Cosmos: nuestro espacio: Científicos de Harvard obtienen "el santo grial de...

Cosmos: nuestro espacio: Científicos de Harvard obtienen "el santo grial de...

At any campground in the world, gazing up at the universe with the naked eye is a rush that eclipses the pleasures of cocoa and a roasted marshmallow. But on Palomar Mountain, peering at intensely magnified bits and pieces of the heavens through a 25-inch Newtonian telescope is something else entirely.

At any campground in the world, gazing up at the universe with the naked eye is a rush that eclipses the pleasures of cocoa and a roasted marshmallow. But on Palomar Mountain, peering at intensely magnified bits and pieces of the heavens through a 25-inch Newtonian telescope is something else entirely.

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