October 18, 2019

The SkyCenter

Amateur stargazers and professional astronomers set their eyes on planets and galaxies millions of miles away.
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Southern Arizona is known for its dark skies and mountaintop observatories allowing amateur stargazers and professional astronomers alike, to set their eyes on planets and galaxies millions of miles away - we went to Mount Lemmon observatory to see for ourselves.

Producer: Vanessa Barchfield
Videographers: Steve Riggs, Jeff Landers
Editor: Charlene Bonwich
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