It’s a Moon

But which one?

Last Friday friends had us out to their farm for some potluck salads and fish tacos. Between us and their other friends, we had four telescopes out behind the silos and the potato garden. The weather had been mostly cloudy, if not rainy all week, cooperated in a nice way. We had some clouds in the east, but most of the sky was decently clear.

Astronomy remains an amateur operation in a significant way. Check out the Martian cave discovered by California seventh graders. If they only had this stuff when I was a kid!

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Todd and his family live in Ames, Iowa. He serves a Catholic parish of both Iowa State students and town residents.
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